SETCR Fort Collins Spring Training Camp
MARCH 22nd – 25th 2018
This camp is designed as a means for you to do more miles and raise your training level from your norm. The amenities and group riding lets you go further and push your fitness. You’ll get supported rides with safe, beautiful routes and the best training environment possible. Rides are supported with a follow car for bottles, food, water, clothes, anything you would need to complete your training ride.
- $300 per person for all 4 days, or $200 for March 22-25th only.
- Best training week of your life!
- Wednesday evening complimentary brief bike tune from Velofix & presentations on route and etiquette, and ride and race nutrition.
- Complimentary Matador Breakfast Burritos, Peritus Coffee, Clif ride food and recovery beverage each day.
- Professional Athletic Trainer on site providing taping, recovery, and knowledge.
- Leaves SETCR every morning RIDING at 10 am SHARP Thursday – Sunday,
- Follow car with wheels + bottles + food.
- Thursday post-ride presentation: Climbing, TT pacing. LT accumulation.
- Friday post-ride presentation: Racing Tactics.
- Saturday and Sunday open presentation, there will be a survey for what you want to hear!
Max 20 per riding group
The Spring Training Camp Experience
The event is designed to deliver the highest level of training possible in 4 days. You may have done these routes but not back-to-back in a training environment with other riders. The group environment allows you to do multiple long days. Each day is “no drop” but each rider is expected to be on a level of fitness to not hold up the group beyond natural re-group points. If you flat or have a mechanical the group will keep rolling BUT DON’T WORRY! There is a “team car” to change your flat, get a new wheel, and help pace you back onto the group. If you get hungry and have empty pockets, go back to the car for food or ask your ride leader to do it for you. Thirsty? Same deal, bottles are in the car. Too tired to finish the route? You can bail on the full route or get in the car.
With an expected camp total around 15-18 riding hours, the Fort Collins Spring Training Camp will challenge everyone. Source Endurance excels at helping our clients meet their performance goals and we know working with us is the best way to ensure you are 100% ready for this camp. We specialize in individual coaching and consulting. Individual and Group Coaching available.
Source Endurance Training Center of the Rockies also has a ton of classes available throughout the day to help your fitness even in the dark and cold days of winter. Be sure to check out the latest schedule and don’t hesitate to reach out for recommendations based on your current work schedule and goals.
Confirmed Camp Instructors
Whitney Allison, a California native who currently resides in Fort Collins, CO, is a veteran pro on the road, entering her sixth season in 2018. She’s a power rider and has played a variety of roles from domestique to GC rider with top tens in many major domestic stage races. Training in Fort Collins has taken her to many of Northern Colorado’s high alpine epic gravel routes. When not training or racing you can find her dabbling in a variety of activities in Fort Collins including the FoCo Fondo, Source Endurance Training Center of the Rockies, and Peritus Coffee Roasters.
Zack earned his bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science at Colorado State University. As part of his education, he participated in many hands on exercise science practicum and internships, coaching many types of athletes, specifically cyclists.
Zack’s affinity for cycling started at the early age of 14 racing on the east coast. He quickly moved up the amateur ranks to race on the elite national circuit. This level of competition sparked his interest in exercise science, taking him to Colorado State University. While racing for his alma-mater and on various amateur teams he saw many podiums at the Collegiate Championships and Pro/Am events. Zack is currently living in Fort Collins, Colorado, races for the long running Team Clif Bar Crit team with forays to top tens in gravel events such as Dirty Kanza, coaching, and running the Source Endurance Training Center of the Rockies.
Growing up with great mentors and coaches, Zack has a goal of paying it forward. He hopes to use his education and racing experience to bring success to Source Endurance and his clients.
Zack also owns and operated the Source Endurance Training Center of the Rockies, a training and bike fit studio in Fort Collins, CO.
The finer details
WEDNESDAY EVENING MARCH 21st
6pm, 10 minute complimentary bike tune up from Velofix, Leave your bike at SETCR if you want. 40 minute presentation on routes/ride etiquette and training/racing nutrition.
A GROUP Category 1/2/3 men and women. Cat 3’s must be strong
- Day 1 Poudre Stove Prairie Glade 4 hours
- Day 2 Carter Rattlesnake 3.5 hours
- Day 3 Hygiene + Carter Lake – 4.5 hours
- Day 4 Rist Redfeather 5 hours
Finish every day at training center with Recovery drink, cool down, recovery.
B GROUP Category 3/4/5 men and women. – Route maps to be distributed
- Day 1 Poudre Stove Prairie 4 hours
- Day 2 Rist glade loop 4 hours
- Day 3 PITA Livermore loop
- Day 4 Carter Lake loop, rattle snake option, 4 hours
Finish every day at training center with Recovery drink + Cool down
Items to pack for any of our cycling camps:
- Bicycle: Clean, tuned and ready to ride with new tires
- Worn-in cycling shoes with new cleats.
- Gearing: Your bike should have a cassette appropriate for climbing
- Wind Vest
- Baselayer : 1 or 2 lightweight
- Rain Jacket
- Arm Warmers
- Leg Warmers
- Cycling gloves: short finger & long finger
- Chamois cream
- Small tote or backpack for anything you wish to keep in support vehicles
- Heart Rate Monitor and/or Power Meter (Power Tap or SRM or other)
- Toiletries and shower towel if you’d like to shower post-ride and use our recovery tools.
Items to add weather dependent:
- Light jacket
- Medium weight jacket
- Long sleeve and/or thermal jersey
- Long finger gloves
- Shoe covers/booties
- Leg or knee warmers or light tights
Other items to consider:
- Compact crankset and 12-27 cassette – If you are not accustomed to climbing or are a beginner cyclist this is a must.
- Bottles/mix/food – If you have special dietary needs please be sure to pack extra in case we don’t have what you prefer.
We will have sport drinks, food, spare tubes/tires, etc in our follow vehicles. Each day we will prepare water bottles for your bike using Clif Bar Hydration and will provide you with sports nutrition products for use during the camp.
If you have any questions about what to pack or what to look for when purchasing cycling clothing or supplies, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- 31+ days prior: Cancellation Fee of 100% of original camp price
- 0-30 days prior: Cancellation Fee of 50% of original camp price
- There are no discounts, refunds or exchanges associated with an Athlete skipping or missing any portion of a camp including, without limitation, meals, lectures or rides.
- If weather makes the camp impossible, we will offer one of several solutions: an indoor camp with a partial refund or a camp rescheduled to a later date.
- Camp will be conducted based on the schedule posted prior to the camp, but Source Endurance Training Center of the Rockies reserves the right to modify the camp schedule based on, without limitation, weather and the number or skill level of Athletes in attendance.
- All fees will be applied to the camp for which Athlete is registered. If Athlete has to cancel for any reason, the deposit and applicable cancellation fees will be applied to the camp for which Athlete was registered and cannot be transferred to an alternate camp or any other Service or product offered by Source Endurance Training Center of the Rockies.
- If you are not satisfied with your camp experience, please notify a coach or the camp manager as soon as possible DURING THE CAMP. Source Endurance Training Center of the Rockies will make a considerable effort to remedy any issues. Refunds will not be issued for camps once the camp has commenced.
Other Complimenting Events:
New for 2018! July 25-29, 2018, We’ll be hosting a multi-day gravel camp at Beaver Meadows in conjunction with the crew from the Ramble Ride. Registration link coming soon. A perfect lead in to late summer and fall gravel events such as Gravel Worlds.
This late summer gravel ride is for the whole family with a variety of routes to choose from, topping off with 100 miles of dirt. Learn more at focofondo.com