Yosemite

Cycling Camp  2020

May 16-24

Join TdB for this incredible 'summer camp' of riding through some of the most beautiful routes in the Country. TdB makes it possible for every level of cyclists to join and ride with multiple route options. Support vehicles are available to make your ride 'more enjoyable' during hard climbs, as well as carry nutrition and hydration. So what are you waiting for? Want to stay in a large cabin surrounded by wilderness? Breakfast and dinners at the cabin, packed lunches for the rides...

click the buttons below for more info and registration.

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This year we are in a spacious, 7 bedroom cabin located only 6mi. from the Yosemite entrance gate. Stay in the middle of some of the most beautiful and challenging bike routes in the States. 

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Support vehicles can shuttle any rider feeling fatigue or having mechanical issues. Join TdB and ride through the stunningly beautiful, not so generous hills of the Stanislaus/Groveland area.

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Multiple route options daily. Each day has a 30mi,50mi, or 90mi route option. Be aware even the shorter routes average over 100ft of elevation gain per mile... beauty comes with a price.

 

Tour de Bicycling Yosemite Cycling Camp provides a unique experience for riders. 

  • We all stay in the same large cabin enjoying a unique camp experience. 

  • Meals are shared and stories are told in a family type atmosphere.

  • Evenings with Seana and Stephen will be packed full of RAAM racing and training stories with lots of time for group conversation.

  • Variations on rides can be selected based on rider experience and ability.

  • The ride to Yosemite is officially an individual ride where you will pay a $10.00 fee for park access (this is good for 7 days if you wish to return). 

 

Whats Included with my purchase?

  • Eight riding days

  • Lodging for eight nights

  • Dinner for 5 nights

  • *3 nights we will eat at local restaurants / rider will need to pay for these meals.

  • Ride snacks every 25 miles (longer rides)

  • Lunch (on road or cabin) for eight days

  • Continent breakfast nine days

  • S.A.G. (support and gear) vehicles

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What will I eat?​

  • Continental breakfast provided

  • Snacks provided every 25 miles on longer rides

  • Lunch provided either on road or at the cabin.

  • Simple dinners provided 5 nights, we will go out to eat locally 3 nights (meals not included with camp registration) but the kitchen is open for your own food prep either before or after the group dinner.

     Dinner Menu Examples

  • Spaghetti - Saturday

  • Chicken and rice - Sunday

  • Hamburgers/hot-dogs - Monday

  • Iron Door Saloon (local)  - Tuesday

  • Chicken Alfredo - Wednesday

  • Pizza (local) - Thursday 

  • Buck Meadows (local) – Friday

What if I my legs quit?

 

  • Tour de Bicycling will customize your ride. If you start out on a 50 mile loop, but realize 30 will be enough... no problem. Just hop into the van and shuttle back to the cabin or enjoy the scenery and SAG with Stephen Peters and hear some RAAM stories. 

  • The Van will carry your hydration, gels, snacks, shoes (for exploring) and anything you need for a comfortable ride. 

  • The SAG van will provide leapfrog support (advance a few miles, wait for the riders to pass, advance a few miles). 

  • Stephen Peters will also be taking video and photos of the riders making memories, the only thing missing from the photos is YOU!

  • TdB will not discriminate if you have any special health or nutrition situations, just ask for assistance and you will receive. 

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