Team Atomica Indoor Cycling -Dig Deep Cycling and Fitness
April – Oct 2017
Register Now !
Trek Team Atomica Indoor Cycling is moving to its spring and summer location starting April 15th 2017.
Our new home is at Dig Deep Cycling & Fitness on Yonge Street.
Tuesday 6:30-8:00 AM Starting April 18th
Thursday 6:30-8:00 AM Starting April 20th
Saturday 7:00-9:00 AM Starting April 22nd
Dig Deep Cycling and Fitness
3385 Yonge Street
Enter off Yonge on Golfdale Street- signs say JD Karate
$25 tax included per class
$170 tax included for 8 class package
Class & Facility Details
- 8 Wahoo Kickr power based trainers
- PerfPro software
- Athletes need to bring their own 10,11, 12 gear bike
- No showers
- Street parking available
- A limited number of bike storage spots are available for $25.00, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Signup Procedure and Rules
Click HERE for self signup
Just create your account and sign up for the classes of your choice.
To cancel reservation, athletes must remove their names from the signup list 24 hours prior to the scheduled class OR email Team Atomica admin.
Due to the limited class size, athletes will be charged for not showing up if they have not removed their name from the list.
- Bring a towel
- Bring a water bottle
- Be at location 10 minutes before scheduled class start time
- Wipe down equipment after use
- Washrooms, water available
Ayesha Rollinson is the owner of Team Atomica coaching and consulting. She is a veteran triathlete who has raced on all the major North American triathlon circuits including ITU World Cups. Despite a short course emphasis, Ayesha’s versatility took her to numerous pro podium finishes at the 70.3 distance as well, even earning her a bronze medal at the Pro Aquathlon World Championship! As an engineer by training, Ayesha brings a calculated scientific approach to all of her coaching. She is known for her remarkable eye for biomechanics—an invaluable asset for swim-stroke analysis.
Suzanne Zelazo stormed onto the Pro Triathlon circuit in 2009 and raced professionally for six years, consistently placing in the top 10 over the 70.3 distance. Suzanne placed sixth at her first Ironman in Placid in 2011. With a PhD in literature, Suzanne has a passion for merging the athletic and artistic. For her, sport is an avenue for creative expression. Suzanne has taught at York and OCAD U in Toronto and is the former Managing Editor of Triathlon Magazine Canada. Suzanne is a community mobilizer and regularly organizes events that promote sport culture.
Both Suzanne and Ayesha re C.O.R.E cycling instructor certified.
Tara Norton is the 2016 Ultraman World Champion silver medallist. She is a former professional triathlete, an NCCP multi-sport coach, massage therapist and mom. A 22-time Ironman finisher, Tara broke the Ironman Lanzarote bike course record in 2010, has an Ironman personal best time of 9:32 and has over 25 top-10 finishes in long course races. Tara is also an Ambassador to the I WILL FOUNDATION, a non-profit organization that helps people overcome adversity.