Echelon Indoor Cycling Studio is different from other typical training studios. Set up by Paul and based in a log cabin within the New Forest National Park, Echelon provides a unique experience for all levels of training.

Beginners can benefit from the friendly, non-intimidating atmosphere.

Dedicated athletes can use the space as a dedicated and motivating “pain-cave” and push their limits for ultimate performance gains.


Paul Edmonds BSc

Level 3 Personal Trainer & Nutritionalist

BTF Level 2 Triathlon Coach

ETU European Aquabike Champion 2018

Over the last five years, Paul has represented Great Britain as a sponsored athlete at International events including World and European Championships. At Ironman Austria 2017, Paul was pleased to achieve a 2nd GB Athlete place in his Age Group. He is aiming to beat that in 2019.

In his spare time, Paul enjoys D.I.Y. (he built the Echelon Studio), keeping his garden and vegetable patch productive and spending time relaxing in the New Forest.

After University Paul spent nine years working on Superyachts travelling from Europe to the Caribbean and crossing the Atlantic Ocean several times. More recently he worked for a local company Project Managing custom made luxury RIBs.

He is excited to share his passion for fitness and training through Echelon and looks forward to welcoming you to the studio.

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Ryan Kimber

Level 2 Gym Instructor

Applied Sports Scientist

Ryan has worked in the sports industry for a number of years, most recently specialising in several large bike shops providing knowledge and advice to cyclists of all abilities.

Ryan is studying Applied Sports Science at Southampton Solent University to develop his passion for exercise physiology and human performance. His studies involve working within the high-performance academy to provide a wide range of testing protocols and interventions to the highest calibre University and GB athletes.

Looking to the future, Ryan plans to augment his degree with qualifications in sports massage and personal training.

Ryan is keen to share his passion for exercise physiology and happy to share his knowledge within Echelon so please do not hesitate to ask him about it.

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What are WattBikes?

Wattbikes were designed to collect data with an accuracy within 2%, measuring and analysing your performance, speed and power using over 40 parameters.

Improving your pedalling efficiency and power output is easy with visual graphics allowing you to quickly see how your pedal stroke force is applied.

This fully adjustable setup has been chosen as the training tool by British Cycling, World Champions, and the UCI World Cycling centre.