2 sessions per week
trial session available

Level 2

Prepare for Coast to Coast Cycle Challenge 2023
Artem Tom Moskovkin
Rinat Mustafin
AED 800 per month
Nad Al Sheba, Al Qudra Cycle Track
What is Level 2?

Cycling Level 2 is for cyclists and triathletes who can cycle at-least 20 km non-stop and would like to prepare for races or just to improve their overall cycling endurance strength and group ride technics

The goal

You can train for your own race or join the club target — Coast 2 Coast Challenge taking place on March 18, 2023. A challenging 230km ride with approx 1350m of elevation

2 to 3 sessions per week

Speed and Interval Session & Long group Ride

A Team of Professional Coaches

Our Coach will be with you on every session guiding you on your speed, efficiency, and distance improving all of your cycling abilities. You will also get personal race target settings, вasic nutrition and hydration advices and plenty of road cycling tips and techniques

Nice features

I Love Supersport Family gatherings and lots of cool new friends

Club races
January, 22

Spinneys Build Up Ride 4UCI Gran Fondo Worlds Series
Distance: 85 km
Elevation: 575 m

February, 19

Spinneys Dubai 92 Main EventUCI Gran Fondo Worlds Series
Distance: 95 km
Elevation: 575 m

February, 26

Jebel HafeetThe UAE tour challenge
Distance: 30 / 60 km
Elevation: Climb

March, 18

Coast To Coast Cycle ChallengeUrban-Ultra Series
Distance: 230 km
Elevation: 1350m


Rinat Mustafin
Al Qudra Cycle Track
Long ride
Artem Tom Moskovkin
Nad Al Sheba Cycle Track
Speed session


6 Feb — 28 Feb6 sessions
Location of training
Al Qudra Cycle Track
This car park is at the beginning of the Al Qudra cycle track. This also has changing rooms, restrooms and showers for cyclists. The overall length of the entire track is 86 kilometres, all routes combined. However, the main loop is 50 kilometres long.
Nad Al Sheba Cycle Track
There are lush green patches, shaded seating spots, breathtaking views of Dubai’s skyline. Accessible for 24 hours a day for free, the tracks are well-lit and safe. Cycling loop is aprox. 9k, running track is available. Infrastructure: parking, shower & locker is free of change
Level 2
Prepare for Coast to Coast Cycle Challenge 2023
2-3 Cycling sessions per week
Guidance from a professional Coach
Convenient places to practice
Staff and medical support
Friendly and supportive sport community
Challenge or race target setting
Chat with 24/7 reach to the ILSS Team
AED 800 per month
Nad Al Sheba, Al Qudra Cycle Track
Still have queries?
We will answer you on WhatsApp:

I started cycling with I Love Supersport to get fit, have better endurance.I quickly liked the group and made new friends. The coaches are amazing and very supportive. Thanks ILSS for this support and for making this group a family.

Marwa El-Moniery

Today was a remarkable day in my fitness journey proving myself that the sky is my limit.
After 37 years, I decided to challenge myself doing the Ironman 70.3 without the knowledge of cycling nor swimming, but what makes me feel confident to accomplish this challenge is knowing that I can depend on “I Love Supersport” school to teach and support me on all required skills & putting a trainings plans for me
I am really happy that I finished my cycling sessions with “I Love Cycling” school which helped me to ride a bike and learned it’s techniques, and that is why I am dedicating my achievements to my coach David and “I Love Cycling”
Thank you coach for your guidance, motivation, encouragement, support and for being patient with me.

  • What equipment will I need?

    A bike, cycling shoes, and a helmet — you can rent them for a few lessons/training sessions. You will also need a cycling uniform: cycling shorts and a cycling top/jersey, cycling sunglasses and a sports bottle.

  • Are cycling shoes necessary?

    Yes. Gives more effective pedaling— circular pedaling, cycling shoes not only give you the chance to push down on the pedal but also to pull up, «increasing» the efficiency. This takes time and concentration to get used to it, This is why it is better to start training with contact pedals from the beginning under the supervision of a professional cycling Coach.

  • What should I do after the training course is over?

    After a few training sessions (the Coach will specify which one) you will be able to join regular groups, divided by the levels of trainings, with an easier timetable and maybe even go to separate trainings.