SKCC Alpine Assault TRAINING WEEKEND
Traditionally anyone building strength to move up the racing grades, ride in the Tour of Bright or hit high form for the summer racing season uses the Alpine Assault training camp as an annual trip to the mountains – not to be missed. Over the three days, SKCC club riders climb some of the major peaks in the Victorian alpine region, as well as having the opportunity to participate in a climbing/descending skill refresher with a champion > Mt Hotham & Mt Buffalo.
These rides are all ‘out-and-back’ routes from the Bright central departure point with a daily pre-ride format, tips, regroup points and danger points to watch for, all spelled out by SKCC Olympian and ClubPRO advisor Rob Crowe at 3 Ridewiser Ride Briefings.
Exclusive to SKCC members
Fri-Sat-Sun in mid-November.
Conditioning ride and skills refresher
Mt Hotham summit & return by 2.00pm, 100km
Mt Buffalo summit & return by 12.30pm, 80km
NOTE: Advanced CAT1 strength-building alpine rides require minimum 4 weeks of training preparation with a major hill-climb ride each weekend.
Riders must have a current St Kilda Cycling Club license to participate.
Riders attending are recommended to be of SKCC D Grade level fitness (or Ridewiser Ability Level 1 – 8 out of 10).
Ride Briefing notes and meeting point details are emailed to all EVENT REGISTERED riders 48hrs prior to the Friday.
Weather and other ride info updates are posted on www.twitter.com/ridewiser in the final 24hrs prior to the start
Check the SKCC newsletters for booking details or go to www.ridewiser.com.au and look for the “Road Rides” tab to register.
NB: Riders are to organise their own travel, acommodation & meals.
For questions about this training camp, please contact:
SKCC Training Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
Ridewiser Administration – on 0422 297 805 or email@example.com
Rob Crowe – SKCC ClubPRO