Back for 2018, enduranceCAMP is a 4 day, 4 night cycling training camp at the Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort and Spa in Tucson, AZ. Camp will focus on endurance training while teaching advanced training and group riding techniques under the careful supervision of our experienced coaching staff. Each day features 60-80 mile AM routes around the beautiful varied terrain of southern AZ followed by shorter optional rides in the afternoon. Camp is limited to 25 people. Please expect SUN and 70-80 degree temperatures but be prepared to ride in all weather conditions. If you have any questions please contact email@example.com or call 646-201-9521.
Tucson, AZ is a “go to” location for early season training camps with guaranteed great weather and varied cycling terrain so ditch the trainer and winter weather with us to boost your cycling confidence for 2018. If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 646-201-9521. Camp is limited to 20 people and on a first-come, first-served basis. Below is the signup link, https://goo.gl/forms/t5qiIi9WBiVU01S02 By filling out the form you express your interest in camp and someone from enduranceWERX will reach out to you for deposit. Registration $899 (after Jan 1st the price increases to $999)
Includes: Daily mechanical preparation, ride service, and support. Daily vehicle sag support Daily training sessions led by enduranceWERX coaches Catered dinner on Sat. night. Common Room: Mesa Room. Bike Storage, Bike Maintenance, Meeting Place for group discussions Training Presentations on the latest technology, training periodization with power, and nutrition. File analysis with coaches upon athlete request You will leave this camp with the experience and confidence to make you successful in 2018.
Coaches Chad Butts – USAC Level 3 Coach, Category 1 Road Cyclist Allan Rego – USAC Level 2 Coach, Professional Road Cyclist Lexie Millard – Professional Cyclist, Team Illuminate Cycling <Marco Hintz – Cat 1 Road Cyclist, All Amercian triathlete with USA Triathlon>Mark Purdy – Mechanic, ifixbyx
Registration There is a non-refundable deposit of $300 made at date of registration to secure your spot. The balance of the camp fee will be made 30 days prior to the start of camp and will be billed automatically. Please review the cancellation policies below. Cancellation Policy Registration deposits are non-refundable. Additional fees are based on how close to the event cancellation notice is received. Cancellation Fees Deposit – Non refundable 15-30 days: 50% of camp Price 0-15 days: 75% of camp price enduranceWERX reserves the right to cancel a camp if it fails to meet the minimum attendance required. Any cancellations will be made at least 30 days prior to the camp. In the event of a cancellation all registrants will be issued a full refund. enduranceWERX is not responsible for fees incurred or associated with planning for the camp by registrants such as non-refundable airline tickets.
Arrival/Departure Midday-Evening shuttles will be available for Tucson Airport. Please provide Arrival and Departure details as soon as possible. Athletes flying into Phoenix, after camp has started, or outside reasonable shuttle hours will be responsible for their own transportation. Accommodations Host Hotel: Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort & Spa. http://westwardlook.com/ 245 East Ina Road, Tucson, AZ 85704 Other Options: Best Western Inn & Suites Tucson Foothills Hotel & Suites 6201 North Oracle Road, Tucson 85704, Arizona Red Lion Inn & Suites Tucson North – Foothills 7411 N Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ 85704 Individuals are responsible for room reservations. For special camp rate at Wyndham you must identify yourself as part of the enduranceWERX group. The resort has extended a group rate of $179/night (single/double). Rates have been extended to our group for 2-days prior and post camp and their is complimentary in-room wireless internet. Please call or email the reservations department at (800) 722-2500 or email@example.com. Rooms will be held until January 21st.
Food We will have sport drinks, food, spare tubes/tires, etc in our follow vehicles. We will keep the bike room (Mesa Room) stocked with bananas, bars, hydration mix, recovery mix, etc. but with the exception of the Saturday night catered dinner all meals are your responsibility. If you plan to arrive before a or remain after, and wish to ride, please bring what food/drink supplies you will need for your riding.
What to Bring: Bicycle: clean, tuned and ready to ride Gearing: Your bike should have at least a 12-25 or 12-27 cassette and/or a compact crankset. Helmet Jerseys: at least 4 (short and or long sleeve) Shorts: at least 4 pair Wind Vest Base layer : 1 or 2 lightweight Rain Jacket Arm Warmers Socks Cycling gloves: short finger Cycling Shoes/pedals (carry these with you if traveling by plane) Saddle (Bring your saddle if you are renting a bike) Eyewear/sunglasses Chamois cream Small tote or backpack for anything you wish to keep in support vehicles. Heart Rate Monitor and/or Power Meter (PowerTap or SRM or other) Sunscreen Toiletries for clean up between rides. Items to add just in case Light jacket Medium weight jacket Long sleeve and/or thermal jersey Long finger gloves Shoe covers/booties Leg or knee warmers or light tights Bike Rentals and Tucson Cycling Resources http://trekbicyclesoftucson.com A full service shop w/ a bicycle demo program ~$75/day. Located 2 miles from the hotel. http://cycletucson.com Bicycle Rentals delivered to the hotel! If you plan on renting, please bring fit measurements. It is important that your rental bike be as close as possible to the bike you have adapted to.
ITINERARY Wed. Feb. 7th Optional short afternoon spin, on own ~30miles (for those who arrive early) Dinner on own, 7pm- Welcome get together and camp orientation in Desert Room.
8am- Breakfast on own. Roll out for Saguaro National Park @ 9AM. Please be ready to ride by 9AM. 75 miles, Dinner on own, 6:30 PM Nutrition Talk w/ Marco Hintz (Mesa Room)
For those looking for extra climbing and miles this is an optional route on the way back from Saguaro. Note, this is a non-paved climb.
Breakfast on own. Roll out for Mt. Lemmon @ 8:30AM. Please be ready to ride by 8:30AM. 95miles Dinner on Own. 6:30 PM Training habits talk (Mesa Room)