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Nicholas Goode, M.S. Exercise Physiology 

Director of Performance; Head Coach

After completing his master's degree in exercise physiology and sport performance in 2013 from Barry University in Miami, FL, Nick moved to Philadelphia to pursue the national team in rowing at historic Boathouse Row's Vesper Boat Club. As a multiple time National Champion in the US, 8th at the World Coastal Rowing Championship, multiple Canadian Amateur Regatta Champion, and English Henley Quarter finalist. He decided to turned his focus on cycling and coaching; working with athletes to met their goals. Nick currently is a USRowing High Performance certified coach, National Strength and Conditioning member pursuing his specialist certification. He has enjoyed working with all levels of athletes for the past 12 years from high school to Olympians reach their goals and personal best. 

Nick's Racing Palmares

Nick's Coaching Palmares

  • 2018 PanAm Trials - 3rd Men’s 2x
  • 2017 USRowing National Champion 2x and 4x
  • 2017 World Rowing Championships - 8th Men's 4x+ 
  • 2016 English Henley 2x qurter-finalist
  • 2016 & 2013 Royal Canadian Henley Winner -Senior Men’s 2x
  • 2016 Olympic Singles Trials
  • 2015 Royal Canadian Henley - 2nd Senior Men’s 1x
  • 2015 US Club National Regatta- 1st Senior Men’s 1x & 4x
  • 2014 National Selection Regatta II - 4th Men’s 2x
  • 2014 US Elite Nationals Regatta - 2nd Men’s 4x


  • USRowing Level 3 High Performance Coaching Certification
  • Head of the Charles Regatta Champions
  • NCAA Div.II National Champions
  • US Rowing World Championship Trials runner up
  • Philadelphia City High School Rowing Champions

Brady Gibney

After competing in running races for as long as he can remember, Brady gave it all up when he went to college to get a degree and a “real” job. Two years into school, though, made Brady missed training and competing in organized sports. That spring while watching the Little 500 Collegiate Bike Race, best known for being featured in the movie “Breaking Away,” he realized sitting in a cubicle was not his destiny. Brady got a bike and never looked back. One year later, he had moved up to a category 3 bike racer, won both state championship and collegiate races, and had become the 2004 Little 500 Rookie of the Year.

Since college, Brady has raced around the country as a Cat 1 bike racer and in 2011 transitioned to multisport events competing in duathlons and triathlons. Brady competed in the USAT Long Course Duathlon Championsips winning the 39 and under race and claiming his first national championship. He then represented our country as a member of Team USA at the World Championships in Switzerland, placing 10th in his age group, with a time on 7:29:30 for the 10k, 150k, 30k distance.

At Cadence, Brady serves as General Manager and utilizes his degree in TV production while working on CadenceTV as well as his racing experience to get riders comfortable and efficient with our professional bike fitting services.

Brady's Racing Palmares
  • 2004 – Little 500 Rookie of the Year
  • 2005 – Two stage wins: Superweek International Cycling Classic – Cat. 3
  • 2008 – PA State Road Race Championship Bronze Medalist – Elite Category
  • 2009 – PA State Criterium Championship Silver Medalist – Elite Category
  • 2010 - PA State Time Trial Championship Bronze Medalist - Elite Cetegory
  • 2011 - 1st Place Long Course Duathlon National Championships 30-34
  • 2011 - 10th Place Long Course Duathlon World Championships 30-34
  • 2012 - Marathon PR 2:45:29 at Philadelphia International Marathon

 Brady is currently holds a Pro Duathlon card and still competes although his two kids are slowing him down a bit.