Join us for an unforgettable experience
Our CBCG camps are legendary! Whether you are an experienced racer or just starting out,
you'll feel right at home. By the end of camp, we'll have you feeling coached like a pro, and taken care of like you're family. This year Wattie Ink. is our title sponsor, hooking up all campers with a unique aero cycling kit (jersey plus shorts) and providing ride support.
2017 Wattie Ink. Spring Training Camp prsented by Chris Bagg coaching Group: Bend, OR
For seven years we've given athletes a jumpstart on their summer fitness, while providing a communal and supportive environment.
Friday, 5/26 Through Tuesday, 5/30
$1345 for current CBCG athletes
Just like our Tucson Dream Camp, the Spring Training Camp is a five-day, four night experience: Friday, May 26th through Tuesday, May 30th . Both will push the limits of your current fitness while feeding you well, body and mind.
At camp, you will experience:
- Long bike rides, to the Crooked River, McKenzie Pass, or Mount Bachelor, all fully sagged and supported by vehicle.
- Pool sessions at Bend's Juniper Swim and Fitness, an outdoor 50-meter Olympic-size facility.
- Fartlek, Interval, Hill, Track, Tempo, and Long Runs in and around Bend's excellent trail system.
- A Wattie Ink aero cycling jersey, specific to the Bend Camp only.
- Massage and support from professional soigneur Kurt Marion
- Visits, talks, and workouts from professional triathletes. Three pros in the top twenty at Kona live in Bend, and many more reside there, and we always get a strong turnout from them.
- Lectures from the CBCG coaches and outside experts on a variety of subjects: training nutrition, swim technique, mental skills, recovery practices.
- Housing in beautiful rental homes, provided by Bend Vacation Rentals.
- Food cooked by CBCG head coach, Chris Bagg, a former professional cook.
- Swag from sponsors such as Newton Running, TYR Sport, Wattie Ink, Garmin, Athletes Lounge, Visit Bend, and many more.
One thing you should know: camp is hard!
Either of the options will push you to your limits. You should be able to do the following before coming to camp:
• Swim 800-1000 yards without stopping.
• Ride 40-50 miles at a moderate pace without stopping.
• Run 5-7 miles without stopping.
The work will be volume-focused, with specific sessions that are more intensity focused. Swim sessions will be slightly more technique driven, but will incorporate more endurance training than last year, with a healthy does of open water skills and drafting practice in the pool.
Schedule is flexible, and any information below is subject to change!
FRIDAY, MAY 26
11 AM arrival at 19408 West Campbell Road, drop bikes
12 PM Swim at Juniper Pool—Videotaping and Threshold Testing
3:00 PM Day One Run: Fartlek/Shakeout
4:00 PM head to houses, unpack
6:00 PM Carnitas Tacos and Vegetarian Tamales
7:00 PM Camp Overview/Orientation
8:00 PM Evening Games/Icebreakers
SATURDAY, MAY 27
Day Two: Mount Bachelor Loop or McKenzie Pass, Transition Runs
Afternoon Massages by Kurt Marion
Tofu Coconut Pumpkin Curry
SUNDAY, MAY 28
Day Three: Drafting and Contact Practice, Juniper Pool
Long Run on Sisemore Road
Heather Jackson's Favorite Pork Belly Mac and Cheese (vegetarian versions available)
MONDAY, MAY 29
Day Four: Prineville Reservoir Loop, Transition Runs
Afternoon Massages by Kurt Marion
Build Your Own Burrito
TUESDAY, MAY 30
Day Five: Technique Work at Juniper
Track Workout at COCC
Departure Dinner at Worthy Brewing
Weather is changeable in Bend! It could be hot! It could be very cold. Basically, bring everything, and be prepared for cooler riding conditions: a good cycling jacket, warm riding cap, arm warmers, knee warmers, gloves, booties, and baselayers are a must!
All workouts are fully supported. Rides will always have at least one vehicle (two vehicles when we have both camps running concurrently), with fluid, food, mechanical support, and directions. Training nutrition will be provided to you in the character of drink mixes, bars, gels, and recovery products.