Bespoke-Velo Cycling Trips
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Week 1: Sat 27th April – Sat 4th May:
Cost £450 pp Twin Share**
Sample Itineray of the Training Camp week:
Saturday – Transfer Day
Transfer from airport to our base. A mechanic will be on hand to help you assemble your bike. A short ride may be possible depending on timings. In the evening we will have a get to know us meeting just before dinner to explain how the week will work.
Today’s ride will be a general ride through the rolling terrain through typical Italian countryside. It will provide a gradual introduction to riding before the more demanding rides to come in subsequent days. The focus will be on building steady endurance and practicing group riding skills. The Group will cover distances ranging from 95 to 120km, with the possibility of a cafe stop.
After riding along a nice valley road to get warmed up, our first foray into the hills will feature some long steady climbing, this will also include some smooth curving descents which will sharpen up those bike handling skills. 80 – 120km route.
Today is a climbers and mountains day covering some classic climbs of the region. We will finish off the ride with a fast paced flat section to clear out that lactic in the legs, 85 – 120 km route
This is can be a rest day after the hard ride the previous day, but we will offer a short recuperation ride to allow the body to recover, no more than a steady 50km.
Today is a big day and offers the opportunity to get 150km ride under your belt, with a couple of major climbs thrown in as well.
Today we can have a real treat, firstly we will do a long steady rolling hills ride, once this is finished we will refuel before getting on the bikes again for a local Italian group ride, all the weeks training will come to the fore for this.
Saturday – Transfer Day
A mechanic will be on hand to help you dis-assemble your bike. Transfer to the airport. Depending on departures there could be time for some short ride.
#Please note all rides are subject to weather conditions, and there can be alterations at any time for safety reasons.
Location: Rimini, Emilia Romagna, Italy.
Guided by: Bespoke Velo
Duration: 7 days
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Bespoke Velo is a Freelance experienced Cycling Guide
Bespoke Velo can help you organise your own private, team, group training camp, and prepare a personalised training program of routes and specific training exercises for your group.
There are many training camps on offer, run by specific companies, some even offer training programs and routes, leaving you to just pedal, but are they tailored to you?
But what if you dont like to be restricted and not sure where to start?
Then we, Bespoke Velo are for you, we can help you create your perfect cycling experience.
Whether you require a tailored training camp, to help you prepare your season goals, we can help plan and structure your time to get the most from your trip.
Over the week our focus is giving you quality training with fully supported rides to help take your cycling to another level.
We can incorporate skill sessions to focus on any area of cycling you wish to master.
All training camp planning, eg all daily structured rides
Any bookings, accommodation, evening meals etc
Seven nights half board accommodation
Daily support, structured rides with our Bespoke Velo guide
Skill sessions, on and off the bike
Complimentary energy drinks, sports bars and gels, all in your own mussette
We can arrange a carbon bike for your week, the cost starts from €45 per week
In other words you come up with the idea, we do the rest
What’s not included
Us riding your bike!
So where do you begin?
*Prices are per person and per week with super half board based on two people sharing in a double or twin room.
*Discount for groups of minimum 10 people.
*Single room available, price on application.
Simply contact us, Bespoke Velo, we will help you prepare and personally assist your bespoke trip.
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