PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT – FOR RELEASE DECEMBER 2, 2020
AusCycling is excited to announce that from 1 January, 2021, Today’s Plan will be its training and data analysis platform for the next four years. This will provide all members of AusCycling with a Today’s Plan account and help power the Australian Cycling Team through two Olympics Games in Tokyo 2021 and Paris 2024.
AusCycling represents a new era for all cycling disciplines in Australia and Today’s Plan forms a key aspect as we drive together to create greater benefits for all members. These include:
- Member access to a dedicated AusCycling education and content portal
- Easier access for people of all abilities to participate in cycling by providing several
- popular functions in the app exclusively to AusCycling members
- Integrated coach education services to allow coaches to grow and scale their business
- Access to a world leading training and analysis platform for coaches and competitive athletes
Today’s Plan has a rich history in the training and analytics space, and works with some of the world’s leading professional teams such as BORA-Hansgrohe and Team INEOS. Recently, Today’s Plan has seen an increased demand from industry and national cycling organisations to better integrate digital content and educational material for their communities.
Broader membership benefits will be released in February 2021, while all coaches can begin to take advantage now by
contacting the team at Today’s Plan to activate their free coaching onboarding bundle.
Acting Joint CEO, AusCycling – Steve Drake
“Today’s Plan represents an exciting opportunity for AusCycling to provide integrated digital services to our members, particularly around training and educational material for coaches and athletes.”
Senior Operational Coach and Business Manager, Today’s Plan – Benji Marshall
“The partnership with AusCycling has developed from a desire to grow the sport of cycling. We have seen a significant surge in people getting out riding their bikes and we now have this fantastic opportunity to help AusCycling grow the sport.”