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Matt Curbeau

Coach (Road Racing, Cyclocross, Time Trials and Gravel/Off-Road Endurance)

Matt grew up as a traditional three sport athlete who didn't get into the endurance side of things until he was 23. This came after playing baseball in college and spending a lot of time in the gym lifting weights. Then he clipped into a pedal for the first time and his passion for cycling began. The next six years that followed took Matt from a beginner to the Professional ranks of Triathlon with the help of QT2 Systems whom Matt found during his first year in the sport. It is with these six years of knowledge, development, passion and miles ridden that Matt has begun to dedicate himself solely to the bike (finally). Matt's focus and expertise is on Road and Cyclocross Racing. Matt has been coaching Cyclists and Triathletes since 2012 and has produced multiple Kona Qualifiers. 



John Spinney

Coach (Gravel/Off-Road Endurance, Road Racing and Time Trials)

Bike racing was the first endurance sport John truly loved. He was invited to ride for the elite junior development team, NECSA via Marka Wise and began racing about 50-60 races a year at age 16 including Junior nationals and U.S. Junior national team selection races. In college John continued to race and worked his way up to cat 2 and continued to race on the U-23 elite development team NECSA. John then spent many years as a triathlete with big goals around racing Ironman Hawaii which he did successfully twice. John has now come full circle as an athlete and is focusing again on cycling and bike racing, primarily focusing on gravel racing. As a coach John has a clear understanding of how to create fast cyclists and draws upon many years of experience as an athlete and over 10 years of coaching cyclists, triathletes and runners. 



Tim Snow

Coach (Endurance Mountain Biking)

Tim grew up in Brockton, MA where he began his athletic career as a runner at the high school and collegiate level. Over the years Tim took himself from the local triathlon scene to a strong national-level professional triathlete. He is a 40 time Ironman finisher, and during the tail end of that career began to hone his skills on the mountain bike. Since getting off the roads and onto the trails, he has competed four times at the Leadville 100, finishing in under nine hours on three occasions. Tim's unique skillset has allowed for him to translate key philosophies and training methods he has gained over the years into the world of endurance mountain biking. Tim specializes in identifying, and addressing, specific athlete limiters, both physical and mental.



Mike Moraites

Coach (Road Racing, Cyclocross, Time Trials and Gravel/Off-Road Endurance)

Mike has been cycling for over 25 years; his first love was mountain biking, and he began racing cross country, he then moved to endurance mountain bike racing, participating in races like the Vermont 50, Leadville 100, and Wilderness 101. Mike then switched gears and turned to short track mountain bike. He is also an avid road cyclist who enjoys endurance rides with wicked climbs. Mike’s current athletic focus is on gravel/off road endurance and has his sights set on cyclocross.

In 2011 Mike became interested in coaching after helping a friend accomplish a cycling goal. Right away he knew that he wanted to be a coach. Mike started coaching in 2012 and in 2013 decided to open a cycling training center CycleLife Studio. Since opening CycleLife Studio Mike discovered a whole new passion to cycling…creating effective training programs that bring clients real results. With many years of experience across multiple cycling disciplines, Mike brings clients training plans that will help them reach their goals safely and efficiently using the principle of periodization aligned with Heart Rate and Power training zones.



Reem Jishi

Coach (Road Racing and Time Trials)

Reem first entered the world of triathlon in 2000 as a way to escape the daily pressures of her career as an attorney. Triathlon, and later cycling and running, became her savior. For the next 10 years, Reem continued in the corporate world, but always found the time to train and race. In 2010, Reem retired from Corporate America and opened Gazella Training, a fitness studio and coaching business in upstate New York. In that position, she worked with dozens of triathletes, cyclists and runners of all levels - from first 5K athlete to National Champion. During this time, Reem continued to advance her knowledge of the sport, receiving her Level 2 USA Cycling Certification in 2010, and Level 2 Triathlon Certification in early 2018. Reem joined OutRival Racing in 2018.

In training for triathlon in 2001 and 2002, Reem started participating in group bike rides in New York City. She discovered the love of cycling, and for several years planned all of her vacations around cycling. Her passion brought her into bike racing in 2003, quickly upgrading to a Cat 2 and earning her elite license. In 2005, Reem co-founded the Advil ChapStick Women's Professional Cycling Team. Reem raced with Advil Chapstick through the 2008 season, competing on the NRC Circuit and in several international races. Reem has since shifted her racing focus back to triathlon, but continues to participate in cycling events.

Every athlete has a different story and reason for why he or she entered the world of competitive racing. But, to succeed, every athlete must have a goal and commit to it. Reem will help you find your goal and work with your real life to find a way to succeed. Reem’s training philosophy is that if you commit to yourself, she will commit to you. Your goals become her goals. Dream big and achieve more.