2013 ZoeFitness 3-Day Mountain Bike Altitude Training Camp
Albuquerque/Santa Fe National Forest, New Mexico
July 12th- July 14 th 2013
This camp is designed specifically to help you analyze and improve your performance on the Mountain Bike at Altitude. This particular camp is periodized with Leadville 100 Race Across the Sky Mountain Bike Race. I will help you, through 1st hand examples, how to tap into your best performance at altitude starting with Day I, Friday, riding at a moderate altitude.
In the afternoon, I will be presenting information that will give you helpful hints to best combat the side effects of altitude: signs and symptoms of altitude sickness, hydration and nutrition tricks, that have been proven and are recommended by the scientific community. I hope to present the latest research on Altitude Training and Racing in a useful and practical fashion so that you can take home with you the most practical applications available.
The second day, Saturday, we will journey to “New Mexico’s Highest Elevation State Park” at 8500 feet. At which point, we will climb to one of the highest peaks in New Mexico, above 12,000 feet.
The Third day, Sunday we will be riding King of the Mountain at Sandia Ski Area. The “A” Group will have the honors of riding the single track that leads up to Ski Hill highlighting some of the New Mexico Endurance Series Event; Watermelon Beatdown.
I recognize that we may all respond differently to altitude, as well as, be at different stages in our training so I will have 2 guided groups each day. There will be an “A” Group, that will ride 3-4 hours at a faster pace, riding more trail, and more technical trail. I will also be providing a “B” Group which will ride 2-3 hours each day, covering less total distance, with less technical aspects each ride.
I will provide light snacks after rides, as well as some light snacks during the talk portion of these events. Infinit Nutrition will be providing samples for each participant and Zoefitness will be providing water bottles for participation.
So whether you’re training specifically for a high altitude race this summer, looking to learn how your body adapts to riding at higher elevations, or just want to check out some new trail; this is the event for you!
The host hotel: Hilton Homewood Suites Uptown, is centrally located, each room has a kitchenette, and is walking distance to Trader Joe’s, Starbuck’s, shopping, restaurants and a movie theater.
Please note: this is a USA Cycling Sanctioned Event, so a USA Cycling Annual License or a Day Pass License is required. The fee does not include a 5.00 per car charge at the National Forest on Saturday. New Mexico, during this time of year, is subject to Monsoon patterns. If the timing of these events need to be switched to an 8 am start or an afternoon start to correspond to the current monsoon patterns, your personal safety is my top priority
**Helmets must be worn at all times on the bike
Held Under USA Cycling Permit
Zoe Nance email@example.com 817.266.4557
Friday July 12th
What: Ride in Foothills @ 6200 feet.
Where: Bear Canyon Parking Lot: http://goo.gl/maps/rFLgW
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Hilton Homewood Suites Uptown: 7101 Arvada Avenue NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110
Educational Seminar: Training and Racing at High Altitude
Saturday July 13th
What: Ride from approximately 9000 feet to above 12,000 feet
Where: Hyde Memorial State Park Group Shelter #1: http://goo.gl/maps/a5CZm
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Sunday July 14th
What: King of the Mountain Trail
Where: Sandia Ski Area
Albuquerque, New Mexico
**Your personal safety is our top priority. Times of events may change based on current Monsoon patterns.
Hilton Homewood Suites is Host Hotel. A block of rooms have been reserved under Zoefitness.
Camping is available at Hyde State Park.
Cost does not include 5.00 day pass at the State Park.