See what the T2M Clients are saying about their experience:

Greg is very structured and data driven, and very scientific about training methodology. He mapped out a plan for me which built up my both my stamina and power. By the time summer came, I was considerably better equipped and more fit cyclist than I was the prior year. I was riding around six days a week for more or less 8 months. It wasn’t all long riding, but much harder than I was used to doing. Greg is a great communicator and that worked really well. We were both committed to finding out what worked for me. He’s a great listener in terms of hearing my feedback as well as looking at data.
— Janie Hayes, female Trans Am Bike Race winner, female BC Epic 1000 winner, female winner of the Maryland National 12 hour championship, female co-winner of the Iowa Wind and Rock gravel ultra, and female winner (and record holder) of the 12 hour Sebring bike race.
I really believe working with you and the focused training had me much better prepared for this race than I was last year for TABR (self coached). Besides the cycling workouts, the strength/core exercises helped a lot in my ability to be in the aerobars or drops for hours. I think the dedicated trainer time helped me prepare for the heat that occurred while I was in Missouri. Overall, it all helped for much more productive riding, and I felt great nearly the entire race.
— Kraig Pauli - male winner of the Bike Non Stop US race
Special thanks goes out to my coach Greg Grandgeorge who has helped me accomplish more this summer than I ever dared to dream of doing! I still can’t quite believe I’ve been able to do what I’ve done this year...
— Deanne Herr, 24 HOC Gravel 200k female winner, 2nd place female at the Gravel Worlds Privateer, 1st place AG in the 100k Iowa Gravel Classic, and female cat 4/5 Champion at the Elkhart Time Trial Series.
Since the cross country season has wrapped up, I want to thank you for training me these past two xc seasons. Without your help I would of never came into the season as prepared as I was this year and attained the goals that I did because of the advantage I had with your training over the summer. I know that you are very busy so it means a lot to me every season when you agree to help me. I will never be able to tell you how greatful I am for your workouts and your coaching
— Kennedy W., HS Cross Country & Track Athlete (finished 2nd on her team at the State XC meet)
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Greg Grandgeorge you are nothing short of amazing! Your time and commitment to my success this season have been phenomenal. We dialed in nutrition/pacing/gear. Training plans were made and edited to fit around my busy schedule and ongoing needs. And as always, you helped finesse my strengths and correct my weaknesses with thoughtful insight, some serious chart geekery(which I love), and reams of valuable references which I will be coming back to and still be trying get through well into the winter months. :) You are a fantastic coach and friend. I’m so happy to share this win with you! You had a huge hand in the success of this event and I couldn’t have done it without you!
— Heather Poskevich, overall winner of the HooDoo 500 (female course record holder), female co-winner of the Iowa Wind and Rock gravel Ultra, female winner of the 200k 24 HOC gravel race, female winner of the Buffalo 105 and Elkhart Time Trial EM season champion.
Well, we did it... a win at Trans Iowa! Thank you for all the effort you put into coaching me. The attention to detail and advice... I couldn’t have done it without your help.
— Luke Wilson, male winner of Trans Iowa, male winner of 24 hours of Cumming gravel ultra.
Thank you so much for helping me get my season on track. I feel REALLY GOOD. Being able to hit the power numbers that I’ve been hitting in the middle of big mileage weeks is something I have never been able to do before, and not feel like crap. So thank you for taking all of this on and helping me. I’m very optimistic about the future.
— Sarah Cooper, RAAM winner, RAW record holder, 24 Hours of Sebring record holder, Texas Time Trial record holder, & Trans Iowa Winner.
Thanks so much Greg Grandgeorge! You are an amazing architect, and you brought me to a place I didn’t know I could get to for Tour Divide. I’m forever grateful to you!
— Brandi Blade, 4th place female in the Tour Divide
Greg was great. It was clear right away that he is very scientific and evidence-based in his approach, and I quickly developed a deep confidence in how he went about coaching. I spent a good amount of time indoors on the trainer during a rainy Oregon spring. The trainer allows for efficient, focused training that I could squeeze in before work. Greg was less focused on pushing the volume of miles and instead had me training at higher intensities than I was accustomed. My body responded well to it, and that gave me a lot of confidence going into the race.
— Evan Deutsch, male Trans Am Bike Race winner and male winner of the BC Epic 1000.
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Reading blogs on the TABR I discovered my awesome coach, Greg Grandgeorge, of Tri2Max who at the time had coached the record holder, top female, and other solid TABR riders. Since then I have had a training schedule that included up to 30 hours of riding a week, a ride form St Louis, MO to Yorktown, VA and six weeks of training in Australia. Greg has provided valuable information on training, helped me build my fitness and power, as well helped with race strategy and planning... he was a big part of my success at TABR.
— Keith Morical, 2nd Place Finisher of the Trans Am Bike Race, and winner the Northstar Bike Race, and finisher of Paris-Brest-Paris.
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I have an amazing coach, Greg Grandgeorge, who took care of the analytical aspect and training plans. He told me what to do, and I did it. He was tough, but is clearly a triathlon and cycling genius.
— Jennifer Borst, Ironman Athlete, AG winner at Gravel Worlds, female winner of the Iowa Gravel Classic, and Elkhart Time Trial Series champion.
Thank you for coaching me! You have changed my life. During this year I have learned so much about training, limits, strength and endurance. Today, I walk a little taller, I have more confidence and am more self assured.
— Adrienne Espinoza, Ironman Athlete