Copper Triangle Cycling Camp
- Nov 23, 2017
Is this camp right for me?
Is this camp right for me?
Rocky Mountain Cycling Camp with Entry to Copper Triangle Event
Improve your skills and enjoy the Rockies with 3 days of riding under the guidance of CTS coaches. The beautiful and challenging roads around Copper Mountain, Vail, and Leadville in Colorado will test the fitness of any cyclist. And our professional coaches provide feedback and instruction to improve skills and hone performance. Fully supported rides, professional mechanics and daily power file analysis complete the experience at our Copper Triangle Camp. Camp ends with the Copper Triangle event, which covers 85 miles and over 6,000 feet of climbing. CTS will donate $100 from every camp entry to the Davis Phinney Foundation.This three-and-a half day camp welcomes beginner to advanced riders looking for quality training days and professional instruction. Due to the demanding nature of the routes, we highly recommend that your bicycle be equipped with a 12-28 cassette, and/or a compact crankset.
Day 1 – Check-In
This arrival and check in day at Copper Mountain. After dropping off your bike and a brief check-in process, you’ll join the CTS coaching staff and fellow riders for a gourmet dinner and a preview of the week ahead.
Day 2 – Field Test and Endurance Ride
We will begin with the CTS Field Test followed by and endurance ride. We will depart from Copper Mountain. The field test will allow our coaches to best place you in a group and serve as a starting point on how to improve your fitness and skill. After the ride we will have a post ride lunch and do individual power data review sessions.
Day 3 – Vail Pass
Today we will recon the Vail Pass Climb. We will begin our ride again from Copper Mountain. We will split into groups and ride 30-70 miles and work on pacing, climbing, and descending skills. After the ride we will have a post ride lunch and individual power file review. After rest and recovery time we will gather for a pre event dinner.
Day 4 – Copper Triangle!
Today is the Copper Triangle! Time to put everything you’ve learn to use. All groups will stage for the start of the event at Copper Mountain. Coaches and riders will ride side by side making for an excellent way to finish our cam. Following the ride we will gather in the expo area and enjoy food and other offerings.
Additional Details & FAQs
A non-refundable $350.00 deposit is due at time of registration. The remaining balance is due 30 days prior to the camp and will be billed automatically. The credit card information used for your deposit will be billed unless otherwise arranged with the CTS accounting department.
Airports: Denver International Airport is about 2 hours from Copper Mountain. (allow more time during high traffic periods).
Items to pack for any of our cycling camps:
- Bicycle: Clean, tuned and ready to ride
- Gearing: Your bike should have a 12-27 cassette and/or a compact crankset.
- Jerseys: at least 4 (short and or long sleeve)
- Shorts: at least 4 pair
- Wind Vest
- Baselayer : 1 or 2 lightweight
- Rain Jacket
- Arm Warmers
- Cycling gloves: short finger
- Cycling Shoes/pedals (carry these with you if traveling by plane)
- 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 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
Other items to consider:
- 12-27 or 12-25 cassette – If you are not accustomed to climbing, are a beginner cyclists or are attending a climbing camp.
- Bottles/mix/food – if you will be arriving before a camp begins or remaining afterward, and wish to ride, please bring what food/drink supplies you will need for your riding.
We will have sport drinks, food, spare tubes/tires, etc in our follow vehicles. Each day we will prepare waterbottles for your bike using Bonk Breaker Nutrition 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 866-355-0645 or AthleteServices@trainright.com.
Special Lodging Code : 2387
BIKE TRANSPORT AND ASSEMBLY
If you are shipping your bike, please make sure it arrives at CTS by August 1, 2017.
Please send bike to:
If you plan to ship your bike, we recommend using BikeFlights.com.
(Please make sure your bike box/case is clearly labeled with your name)
Consider travel protection for:
- Trip Cancellation
- Trip Interruption
- Emergency Medical Expenses
- Emergency Evacuation/Repatriation of Remains
- Trip Delay
- Baggage & Personal Effects
- Baggage Delay and more.
TRAVEL ASSISTANCE & CONCIERGE SERVICES*: With a Travelex Travel Protection Plan, emergency assistance and travel services are just a phone call away from virtually anywhere in the world.
For more information on the recommended plans or to enroll, click here to enroll online or contact Travelex Insurance Services at 800-228-9792 and reference location number 06-0245.
Please Note: Trip Cancellation plans are only available to U.S. Residents and/or Citizens.
*Travel Assistance & Concierge Services are provided by the designated provider as listed in the Description of Coverage. This is a brief description of benefits. For a summary of plan details on benefits, coverages, limitations and exclusions, please refer to the applicable Description of Coverage. Travel Insurance is underwritten by Transamerica Casualty Insurance Company, Columbus, Ohio; NAIC #10952. 1308333