Price from: EUR 595 per person sharing (Single Supplement EUR 150)
Unlike many other European destinations, Almeria provides ideal weather conditions for all year round training.
This, along with huge diversity of Coastal and Mountain routes, ensures the minimum amount of repetition and adds to the enjoyment of the overall experience.
Our training camps are run by Head Coach – world renowned Chilean Pro cyclist – Carlos Oyarzun and his team.
Whether your focus is to get in some good additional competition training or to increase your overall cycling ability, you will certainly benefit from these camps under their expert guidance and individual attention.
Cycle further and faster. Improve your endurance. Benefit from better nutrition. Hone your cycling techniques:
Camps are based in Almeria or Sierra Nevada, depending on the time of the year. Daily cycles range from about 80 kms to 120 kms. Ascents range from around 500m to 2000m.
A minimum of 8 guests is required for these camps, with a maximum group size of 20 per camp.
Full vehicle support and paraplegic assistance is provided.
Routes can be tailored and made more challenging to suit individual groups
Camps can be customised for shorter or longer stays on request
This 7 day tour includes:
Transfer to Almeria Base Hotel
Introductions and Briefing / Bike Fit
Garrucha Route / Stage 01 Cycle (4 to 5 hours)
Overnight in route village
Garrucha / Stage 02 Cycle (4 to 5 hours)
Rest Day or Recovery Ride
Overnight in Almeria
Luajar de Andarax – Stage 01 Cycle (4 to 5 hours)
Overnight in route Village
Luajar de Andarax – Stage 02 Cycle (4 to 5 hours)
Overnight in Almeria
Transfer to Airport
Our group leader Carlos Iván Oyarzun Guíñez (born 26 October 1981) is a professional Chilean road cyclist, who rides for the Keith Mobel-Partisan team. Oyarzun has also ridden for the UCI ProTeam Movistar Team.
Oyarzun previously won two Pan American titles, taking the road race in 2010 and the time trial in 2013. He competed for the Movistar team in 2011, riding the Giro d’Italia, and won the Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay in 2015 while with the Keith Mobel – Partizan team.