Rate Guarantee

Once an athlete registers, their rate is guaranteed as long as they maintain a membership. In the event the athlete needs time off between seasons, the athlete may maintain an uncoached membership to guarantee their rate (and a coached slot if a wait list is being implemented). While participating as an uncoached member, the athlete’s coached rate will be guaranteed for 12 months. After this point, should the athlete decide to reinitiate coaching, they will do so at the current rate.

Should an athlete decide to move from a Tailored Plan to Weekly Coaching (or vice versa), the athlete will move into that service at its current rate. Should the athlete decide the new plan is not working out for them, they will have four weeks to move back to the previous plan at its original rate

 

Cancellation

You are billed monthly for the month ahead on the day of the month you initially signed up. The athlete must cancel their subscription by e-mailing info@revelracing at least seven days before the billing date. If the notification is within seven days and the athlete is accidentally charged, a refund will be mailed by check minus a transaction fee.

No refunds will be given for partial months.

Cancellation of your membership will relinquish your right to a locked rate and open up a slot if we are currently imposing a wait list. If you would like to maintain your rate and reserve a spot on the team, you must maintain an uncoached membership.

Refunds

No refunds will be issued for coaching fees. Refunds may be issued for returned items or unused additional services upon request. Any refund issued will be mailed by check minus a transaction fee.

 

Weekly Coaching

Tailored Plan

Uncoached Athlete

Four Things Every Amateur Racing Kona Should Know

Congratulations! You’ve qualified for Kona! Your flights and accommodations are booked! Here’s a few things you should know before heading off to the Big Island.

Heat Acclimation

Chances are you’re not from a tropical, humid climate. Depending on where you’re flying in from, it will take somewhere on the order of two weeks to fully acclimate to the weather. Try to arrive on the island as early as you can and by Wednesday at the latest. You can start preconditioning yourself by overdressing for your workouts, riding the trainer without a fan, or even hitting up a hot yoga class 2-3 weeks before the race.

The Descent from Hawi

The descent from Hawi can be one of the most treacherous portions of the course. The gusts of wind have been known to blow riders right off the road, and the air currents can be unpredictable as you pass in and out of the cutouts along the road. Hawi is home to a few art galleries, boutiques, and great restaurants. Treat your Sherpa to lunch while you preview the descent.

Racing on the Equator

Being right on the equator, the sun is no joke in Hawaii. Aside from a few fleeting spots in Ali’i Drive the race course is totally exposed. A blistering sunburn is a very real threat that can make the rest of your trip miserable. Pack some SPF100 for the race along with multiple sticks of lip balm containing sun protection to have with you at all times. Reapply frequently and cover up as much as possible – cooling sleeves are essential throughout the race.

Revel

For many, racing Ironman World Championships is a once in a lifetime experience. You’re going to be among the best of the best. Let’s face it, more than likely you’re not going to be standing on the podium after the race. This is your victory lap! Take it all in. Run with a friend. Stop to hug your family. Revel in every moment!!!

 

Announcing Revel Racing!

A few years back I remember having dinner with my dad, and he said to me, “It doesn’t matter what you do. Just do what you love.” I don’t remember where it was, or in what context it came up, but that has always stuck with me.

I have been competing or coaching in one form or another since I was about eight years old. I love training, racing, and most especially, coaching. Finding Jeff and Team BPC has been one of the best things to have ever happen to me. Through this team I have met so many incredible people and talented athletes. You were with me through one of the toughest times of my life. With you I have established some friendships so strong that those people have become my family. It hasn’t been an easy decision, but after much thought, I’m finding it is time for me to leave Team BPC.

As sad as I am to go it is with immense excitement I want to announce the formation of Revel Racing! Revel will be my first step in eventually making a career out of doing what I love! Like BPC, Revel will be a personalized coaching service. However, with Revel I plan to have increased focus on supporting athletes choosing to race for charities.

I wish you all the best and I’m looking forward to seeing you out on the race course!

Dave

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