With locations around the country, CTS has never been closer to you. These regional facilities feature face-to-face access to CTS-certified coaches, serve as headquarters for a full slate of camps, and many offer physiological testing and evaluation services.
Chris Carmichael has been established in this active community along the Front Range of Colorado ever since he came to Colorado Springs to run the Olympic Cycling Program. With excellent weather, challenging rides and a population made up of Olympians plus past and current pro athletes, Colorado Springs is the logical first home for CTS. The Springs facility houses our Coaching Residency program, serves as a base for our popular skills camps, and features our state-of-the-art testing lab.
CONTACT: 866-355-0645; 6365 Corporate Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80919
DIRECTIONS: Exit I-25 at Woodmen Road heading west. Turn left (south) on Corporate Drive. CTS is located in a one-story building on the left (east) side of the road, across from the Furniture Row shopping center.
Nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Brevard has long been one of the premier locations for endurance athletes to live and train. With its moderate climate, spectacular mountains, and Southern hospitality, it’s no wonder why. The finest roads, trails, and climbs in the South are just minutes away from the doors of our location.
CONTACT: 828-378-0152; 147 East Main Street Ste 101, Brevard, NC 28712
DIRECTIONS: From I-40, merge onto I-26 E/74 E via the exit toward Hendersonville/Spartanburg/Asheville Airport.Take the NC-280 exit (Exit 40) toward Asheville Regional Airport/Arden.Turn right onto NC-280/Airport Rd and continue to follow NC-280W, which becomes 64W. Turn left onto East Main Street. We are located at 147 East Main Street, Suite 101, Brevard NC 28712 in the Hollingsworth Building.
Tucson is located in Southern Arizona next to the Saguaro Cacti and 9000’ Mount Lemon. With 300 days of annual sunshine per year, Tucson is known as a mecca for cyclists. Tucson has been named Third Best Cycling City (Bicycling Magazine, 2006) and is the winter training home of many professional cyclists and triathletes.
Santa Ynez, California is one of the premier US destinations for endurance athletes. Located just 45 minutes away from Santa Barbara and in the heart of wine country, this beautiful area features quiet valley roads and challenging climbs. It's a perfect setting for a cycling or triathlon camp, and there are also great mountain bike trails to explore! Chris Carmichael first explored the Santa Ynez Valley in the 1980s during training camps with the 7-Eleven Cycling Team. Over the past 30 years, the valley has been the go-to location for spring training camps for pro teams, and CTS has been conducting camps in the valley since 2000. Come visit us and take advantage of our facility and physiology labs as well.