Cycling releases information on High Country Climbing and Descending Training Camp

Cycling releases information on High Country Climbing and Descending Training Camp

BANNER ELK, N.C. – The Lees-McRae College cycling programs announced Wednesday that they will be hosting the first annual High Country Climbing and Descending Training Camp. The camp, which will run from July 5-7, is geared towards adult riders of all level ability levels, including racers, Fondo specialists, enthusiasts and anyone who loves to ride in the mountains.

The cost of the three-day camp is $349, which does not include housing and meals. One-day $10 license is required for each day ($30 total) if one does not have an annual USA Cycling license.

To register for the camp, please follow this LINK. Online pre-registration closes on July 3 at 9 p.m. eastern time.  

For more information on the three-day camp, click HERE for the camp flyer that includes information on location, lodging, coaching information, camp itinerary and what is needed for the camp. For any further questions, please email Tim Hall at hallt@lmc.edu.

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