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Q: Ever hesitated in participating in an ‘epic climb’ event because you weren’t sure you could do it? Q: Do you shy away from descents because you’re not sure you can handle the high speeds and sharp turns? Q: Do you already have the ability and strength to climb and descend with confidence and think you don’t need (or want) any more tips? Q: Are you somewhere in between a ‘newbie’ and a seasoned cyclist?
In other words, the Cheaha Climbing Camp can benefit ANY cyclist. ‘Coach’ Robert will share Climbing and Descending skills and drills in this 3-day Camp, that will empower you to climb and descend beyond your current capabilities and comfort zone.
Read what Client’s say about working with ‘Coach’ Robert.
FAMILY WEEKEND- Got a family? Bring them with you. While you’re participating in the Camp, your family can dive into all the outside activities at Cheaha State Park. Great hiking, museums and mountain bike trails.
March 5th -7th, 2021 CAMP #1
March 12th - 14th, 2021
March 26th - 28th, 2021 CAMP #2
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Cost: $125 per person for the weekend (Meals not included) $50 for any individual session (send email to firstname.lastname@example.org to register)
Hotel: Courtyard by Marriott, Oxford, Alabama (256)831-7995 $89/night. King or Double. Must mention the Camp for discount.
Bring: Your Bike (in good-working order), Helmets required.
Location: Oxford, Alabama
SCHEDULE / CURRICULUM
Friday: Afternoon Session 3pm - 6pm ~ Meet & Greet ~ Biomechanics: This GUARANTEES Immediate Improvement (Drills) ~ Maximizing Your Pedaling Effort (Drills) ~ Controlled Braking: How to Brake and NOT Lose Control…or Fly Over The Handlebars (30+ mph ‘Live” Demonstration) ~ Cornering/Apexing: The Safest Way To Tackle A Turn (Drills) ~ Climbing In & Out of the Saddle: (Discussion)
Saturday: Morning Session 8am - Noon ~ Shifting; Direct Impact to Better Climbing (Drills) ~ Warm-Up Tips (based on temperature) ~ Climbing In the Saddle (Drills) ~ Climbing Out of the Saddle: 3 Ways (Drills) ~ Using The Terrain To Your Climbing Advantage
LUNCH BREAK: Noon - 2pm
Saturday: Afternoon Session 2 - 5pm ~ 3 Ways To Turn: Why Only One is The Safest and Most Controlled (Drills) ~ Braking While Turning: (Drills) ~ Cornering/Apexing: The Safest Way To Tackle A Turn (Drills) ~ How To Handle The Wind (Drills)
Sunday: Morning Session 9am - Noon ~ Climb Cheaha: Putting It All Together Riding Side-by-Side with Coach Robert
All material covered in the Camp will be sent to participants via email after the Camp. This way, you won’t have to worry about trying to remember everything (at the time), allowing you to truly focus on the topic at hand.
ABOUT YOUR COACH: ’Coach’ Robert Wilhite, started MyCycleCoach.com in 2005. Racing motorcycles at speeds of 200mph, an expert in biomechanics, and his natural-born teacher personality, makes Coach Robert the most unique cycling coach you’ll ever meet. His 255,000 miles ridden (and still counting) on a road bike, including 4 years racing, certainly helps, too. Click HERE to Learn More
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