3-Day Spring Training Camp
Penticton, BC

  •  South Okanagan
  • May 24 – 26, 2019
  • Cycling Spring Training

IS THIS CAMP RIGHT FOR ME?

As an avid rider you can ride 100 km with a minimum of 650 m elevation for three consecutive days.

If no accommodations are required or you’re a non-rider,
please contact us.

Epic Spring Training Camp – Condensed to fit your busy life

Epic Spring Training Camps in the South Okanagan Valley. Join us for a three-day cycling camp. The three-day weekend of riding is designed to jump start your cycling season with longer endurance miles, as well as working on refining your group riding, climbing, and descending skills.

Rides carry you through the scenic back roads used by the Axel Merckx fondo route, described as some of the best riding in North America. You will pass through rolling terrain, vineyards and farms, back roads, and uninterrupted climbs.

CAMP FOCUS
Endurance miles and intermediate skills

DURATION
3 Days, 2 Nights

DAILY MILEAGE
75 km – 140 km

DAILY ELEVATION
650 m to 1,600 m

ROUTE TERRAIN
Rolling hills, steep climbs, and fast flats

Epic Cycling Camp Experience

On The Bike

Included
Ride with Epic coaches
Nutrition and hydration
Fully structured rides
Skills training
Support vehicle

Off The Bike

Included
Training presentations
Discussions with coaches
Nutritional consulting
2 breakfasts
Lunches
Winery dinners with wine pairings

Camp Features

Included
Epic cycling location
Best Western Inn, Penticton
Your food
Coaches to help you prepare for 2019 goals
Epic Cycling hat, t-shirt, and water bottle

Exclusions

Not Included
Airfare
Airport transportation
Bike rentals (bike rentals available)
Massage treatment (optional add-on)

Camp Itinerary

Day 1

CHECK-IN DAY – SUMMERLAND SWEETS

Where: Best Western Inn, Penticton
3180 Skaha Lake Road
Penticton, BC

Meet Time: 12 pm
Upon Arrival: Brief check-in process, registration and bag drop
Ride Time: 1 pm
Duration: 3-4 hours, moderate pace
Mileage: 75 km
Elevation: 650 m
Description: Arrival luncheon followed by a moderately paced ride that takes us to Summerland with lovely vistas of Okanagan Lake and Naramata Bench.
Dinner: 7 pm, Chef’s patio vineyard dinner with wine pairings.

Day 2

EXPLORING THE BACK ROADS

Meet Time: 8 am – 9 am
Duration: 5 -6 hours
Mileage: 140 km
Elevation: 1,600 m
Lunch: Served on route
Training Presentation: Nutrition or Active Rehab, 4.30 pm
Description: Long endurance ride that takes us up and over from Penticton down to Oliver. Expect rolling hills, quiet country roads, paired with fast flats and epic views.
Dinner: 7 pm, Winemaker’s Winery Dinner

Day 3

VIEWING THE VINEYARDS

Meet Time: 9 am. Leave bags at front desk
Duration: 2-3 hours
Mileage: 60 km
Elevation: 850 m
Lunch: Served after ride at hotel along with Q & A with the coaches
Description: Epic vista ride to Painter Rock along Naramata Bench. Easy pace, amazing views, featuring Penticton’s finest wineries and lake views.

BOOK YOUR RIDE

We’re not trying to be cool but sadly there are only 20 spots available for our spring training camp ride and they fill up quickly. If you want in, book your ride today.

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