start riding! …
supported by Indoor Cycling World Wide
Fascinated by indoor cycling?
You would like to start with artistic cycling or cycle-ball?
Then this is the place for you!
We look forward to supporting you and will be happy to assist you on site.
This is important to getting started:
Interested children and teenagers. Beginners ideally start practicing artistic cycling and cycle ball at the age of 6 to 10.
As a coach. There are many successful coaches in artistic cycling and cycle-ball who have never practiced indoor cycling on their own. From Indoor Cycling World Wide you get tips for getting started and we support you in setting up your training.
A training area with a non-slip floor for a riding-area or a playing field measuring 11 x 14 metres.
Bicycles for artistic cycling and / or cycle-ball.
We can assist you with used bikes or special conditions of the manufacturer.
For cycle-ball: goals, boards and balls.
ARTISTIC CYCLING: HOW TO START AND WHICH FIGURES ARE RELEVANT?
This methodical guideline (provided by Dieter Maute) is offering an overview about the artistic cycling figures. It is a recommendation with which figures you can start the training and it shows which figures are based on another. These guidelines enable you to build up your training lessons and help to create the performance and to raise the difficulty of the figures step by step.
Multimedia Artistic Cycling Regulations
The Multimedia Regulations are based on the current artistic cycling regulartion and are supplemented by pictures and videos. The pictures and videos are intended to support and visually complement the explanations and graphics. The videos and pictures are not yet complete – further additions will follow.
Our team of coaches:
Irmtraud Wirth and
Our specialists for artistic cycling team 4 and partner for artistic cycling in Slovakia.
is our coordinator for Asia.
Kathrin Igel and
Our coaches for artistic cyclists and cycle-ball players from Canada.
Michele Giorgio and
Our coaches for Italy.
supervises the annual summer training camp in Kolarovo (Slovakia) for artistic cyclists from Ukraine, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Laura Rissé, Corinna Biethan
and Silke Rissé
support the athletes and coaches from Ukraine.
has been supporting athletes and coaches from Hungary for many years and is coordinator of the East European Cup.
The board of Indoor Cycling World Wide with the team of coaches at the presentation of the new ICWW-jackets.
“all you need to know about artistic cycling” … watch on the UCI-website.
“all you need to know about cycle-ball” … watch on the UCI-website.