The Western Collegiate Cycling Conference (WCCC) will be holding its second annual winter road training camp on January 14-16 in Buellton, CA, USA. Last year's event saw over 75 riders taking advantage of the area's mild weather and miles of great riding.
This year's event adds an extra day due to the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend. Returning as the camps featured guests are 2004 Athens silver medalist Dede Barry and Discovery Channel Pro Cycling Team's Tom Danielson (winner of the 2005 Tour de Georgia, and 8th place overall at the 2005 Vuelta a España). Both will share their insights into training, managing the demands of training and studying, and in the case of Barry, will be joining everyone on the daily training rides.
Through the funding of the Northern California/Nevada Cycling Association and the Southern California/Nevada Cycling Association, the National Collegiate Cycling Association, Velo Europa Imports, and Eastside Cycles, the camp fee has been kept at $50 per rider.
The event is open to all collegiate cyclists who hold a NCCA license, and all juniors age 16 and older who hold a USCF license.
More information: www.usacycling.org/news/user/story.php?id=2027
For any questions, contact Alden Tanaka, WCCC Director at email@example.com