Come join Julie Young and cycle the Sierra Foothills at their springtime best.
The exquisite Flower Farm Inn in Loomis acts as the hub of the o2fitness spring cycling camps. There you will rest after a day of seeing the sights on two wheels. Comfortable guest cottages accommodate singles or doubles.
Each camp is designed and individually tailored to meet the group’s interest. Camps accommodate individuals to small groups from one day to multiple days. Based on each individual group's training objective's, the camps range from touring to performance training or a hybrid of the two. The group's goals dictate the ride's terrain, mileage and intensity. Saddle time is balanced with off-bike strategies (hip, single leg and trunk stability and mobility) to improve on bike performance, massage, nap time, and dining at the region’s outstanding eateries.
Sample Two Day Camp
Cycling specific hip activation, stability and mobility
Ride - back country roads through rolling farmland, ideal terrain to get the legs turning, 2-3hours
Flower Farm – lunch
Dinner at Hawks
Dynamic cycling-specific stretching
Ride–intimate back roads through Auburn, climbing to Colfax – hitting some of best off-the-beaten climbs along the way 3-4hours
Lunch at Flower Farm
Dinner at Carpe Vino
The Flower Farm is an ideal location to access a multitude of diverse riding options from flat and rolling farmland to long sustained American River canyon climbs. The Flower Farm’s Coffee House serves a delightful breakfast and lunch as well as scrumptious baked goods and coffee.
Kick you cycling in to gear this Spring.