My two cents would be that you don't need to decrease hours too much in general training or do less intensity, you just need to take out the hours on easy days. You only had one day in the week that you showed with less than 2 hours. I would suggest moving some of the endurance hours into the higher intensity days so that you would be doing 3-5 hour days with lots of hard threshold work and then the next day doing 1 hour as easy as possible (zone 1, total recovery). Just my two cents.
For your question about the 9 days before the race, here is what Joe Friel says in Cyclists Training Bible about the week of a race: do three or four workouts this week in which you complete several 90 second intervals at expected race intensity or at least power zone 3, with 3 minute recoveries. Five days before, do 5 intervals, four days before do 4 intervals. Easiest day should be 2 days before. usually best as day off, but for high-volume athlete could be a short easy ride. Day before do some short efforts at race intensity or higher.
For coaching, i don't know of any in your area, but there are tons of coaches online now, so you can just search the internet for them, just look for guys with lots of experience. Some of it would matter how much you were willing to pay (i assume not the ridiculous 1000+ per month that some top end coaches charge. Here's a link to a coach that i sort of know (he's not my coach, but he knows his stuff) who gives consultations, so you could get that and then decide: http://ellistoncoaching.webs.com/services
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