CANYON EISBERG TEAM TRAINING CAMP
Have you ever wondered about how professional riders and teams prepare for the biggest races? Two words: training camps! And now you can see what it’s like first hand. Join Canyon Eisberg as they prepare for the OVO Energy Tour of Britain. One lucky UK-based Zwifter whocompletes all three rides will win a once in a lifetime opportunity to follow a stage of the OVOEnergy Tour of Britain from inside the Canyon-Eisberg team car!
IS THIS A RACE?
There is a mini-race. It’s at the end of the final event — the group ride. But, it’s only 15 minutes long. For the most part, the training camp is a chance to ride and chat with pros. In all, there are two group workouts and one group ride.
One lucky Zwifter who completes all three rides will win a once in a lifetime opportunity to follow a stage of the OVO Energy Tour of Britain from inside the Canyon-Eisberg team car.
- Complete all three Canyon Eisberg Training Camp rides
- Must reside in the UK
- 18 years and older
- The prize does not include transportation/travel to the OVO Energy Tour of Britain
- Tuesday 14th August, 19:00 BST, Group workout
- Wednesday 15th August, 19:00 BST, Group workout
- Thursday 16th August, 19:00 BST, group ride, starting at 2.5W/kg for 45 mins, finishing with a 15 min race.
ABOUT THE OVO ENERGY TOUR OF BRITAIN
The OVO Energy Tour of Britain is the UK’s largest and most prestigious bike race that attracts the world’s top cyclists — including Olympic and World Champions, and Tour de France winners. The races take place over eight days, from September 2nd - 9th. With hors categoriestatus with the UCI, professional cycling’s governing body, it’s one of the most important events on the road racing calendar.
ABOUT CANYON EISBERG
Canyon Eisberg is a British UCI Continental professional cycling team. Having already tasted success this year after Harry Tanfield led the general classification at the Tour of Yorkshire by winning the opening stage, their talented roster of riders hope to make a massive impact at this year’s Tour of Britain against the much bigger World Tour teams.