Greenville Ride Camp

MARCH 22-25, 2018

The Pros Secret Training Grounds

One of the best kept secrets of the pros is tucked away in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains surrounding Greenville, South Carolina. Here you’ll be introduced to epic climbs, stunning views, and pristine country roads. You’ll take to the quiet, rolling roads of the Greenville countryside and spend hours in the saddle riding the roads that the pros train on and call home. Climb mountains like Caesar's Head, and view the beauty that the Blue Ridge Mountains have to offer. And when you’re off the bike? There are over 100 restaurants, shops, and so much more in downtown Greenville. There’s a reason why former pro “Big” George Hincapie calls this place home. You’re about to discover it.

SAVE $200 COURTESY OF TREK STORE CINCINNATI

THE TRIP INCLUDES:


• The use of a Trek Domane carbon road bike with Shimano Di2 electronic shifting
• Use of a Garmin cycling computer with preloaded routes
• All Accommodations
• Most meals
• The knowledge and support of experienced guides

PRICING:

$1,099 | $899* w/ discount code DGA11020+$400 for Single Occupancy

DATE:

March 22-25, 2018

HOTEL:


EMBASSY SUITES BY HILTON GREENVILLE DOWNTOWN RIVERPLACE


A new hotel located along the Swamp Rabbit Trail in downtown Greenville, the Embassy Suites Greenville Downtown RiverPlace provides guests with exceptional access to a newly renovated downtown with hundreds of shops, restaurants and other Greenville attractions like The Peace Center for the Performing Arts, Falls Park on the Reedy River, the Greenville Zoo and the Bon Secours Wellness Arena.


RIDE:

Day 1 | Choose from one of our many self-guided ride options to explore Greenville, such as Paris Mountain.
Approximately 18 miles with 1,450 feet of climbing
Day 2 | Gap Creek
Approximately 48-87 miles with 2,500-5,700 feet of climbing
Day 3 | Caesar's Head
Approximately 50-96 miles with 2,200-7,100 feet of climbing
Day 4 | Choose from rides such as Traveler's Rest, Campbell Covered Bridge, or Little Texas
Approximately 18-55 miles with 1,400-3,500 feet of climbing

LETS RIDE!