We know you have a choice of where to go for your cycling holiday. Different people are looking for different things, so to avoid disappointment let’s be clear about what we offer. To do these things well costs money, so we are certainly not the cheapest option. If that works for you, read on!
We pride ourselves first and foremost on the quality of our coaching. We do not employ guides: all our staff are officially certified cycling coaches.
We guarantee that you will improve your current skills, learn new ones and leave the camp a faster, more skilful rider.
We have helped hundreds of people to perform better in target events like the Haute Route, the Marmotte or the Etape du Tour.
Our clients are past the stage of youth hostels and camp sites. We look for the best possible hotels that remain affordable (usually 4*).
You certainly need to eat plenty of carbs during a training camp, but that needn’t mean piles of pasta. Expect top quality meals.
Last but not least: come as clients, leave as friends! We are doing this to share our passion for cycling, and we love meeting new people.
GranFondo & Sportive Coaching Camp, Pyrenees
Our final coaching camp of the year is all about enjoying the best of the Pyrenees. During the week we will do all the climbs in the Marmotte GranFondo Pyrenees (Tourmalet, Aspin, Hourquette d’Ancizan, Luz Ardiden…) plus several other iconic climbs made famous by the Tour de France (Soulor, Aubisque, Hautacam…) and a few gems (Spandelles, Couraduque)
The goal is to help you improve your performance while enjoying a fantastic cycling holiday in the Pyrenees. You can ride at your own pace and different groups will form so that you are with people at your own level. The coach to rider ratio is 1:5 or better, ensuring that you will have plenty of one-on-one coaching. Read more…
GranFondo & Sportive Coaching Camp, Tenerife
This 2021 early season coaching camp will enable you to improve your skills while getting in some base miles in warm weather. The rides include a mix of both short and long climbs and descents at different gradients. You can ride at your own pace and different groups will form so that you are with people at your own level.
The coach to rider ratio is 1:5 or better, ensuring that you will have plenty of one-on-one coaching. There is a strong focus on technique with plentiful use of video for analysis and feedback. You have the option of a daily debrief with a coach, and you can join evening Coach’s Corner sessions on topics such as the use of power, training plans and tips for riding sportives. Read More…