Rapha Cycling Club Training Camp AU
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Make this year your best ever on the bike. Join our eight week Rapha Cycling Club x Zwift Training Camp and you’ll roll into spring with strong, fast legs that are ready to achieve your riding goals for the season.

Developed by Jeremy Hunt, the training schedule includes a Tuesday evening group session led by Alby Iacuone and special guests. Hop onto Zwift in your club colours and join hundreds of fellow members online. The RCC rides together, indoors and out.

More info on the Training Camps below »

Rapha Cycling Club

The Rapha Cycling Club (RCC) is a global community of more than 13,000 cyclists brought together by a love for the road. With 22 city chapters and an international contingent, the RCC has members all over the world. Membership benefits include access to the finest club kit, weekly rides, special trips and social events, as well as a host of exclusives such as subsidized Canyon bike hire, discounted Zwift membership, and a dedicated smartphone app.

Coach 'Jez' Jeremy Hunt

Over his 17 years of professional racing, Jeremy Hunt rode for the likes of Team Sky, Cervelo Test Team, Banesto, Credit Agricole, Mr. Bookmaker and Big Mat - Auber 93. Among his wins as a professional were two time British Road National Champion and was part of the Great Britain team that helped Mark Cavendish win the 2011 UCI World Road Race Championship.

Since retiring from professional racing he has turned his focus to being a coach, utilising his vast experience as a rider. He is the current coach of the Malaysia TSG team and was involved as Head Coach with coaching Team Azerbaijan to Olympic selection. Jeremy has put together this training camp for Rapha Cycling Club and Zwift. It offers a simple and efficient way of utilising Zwift to gradually build your form over the eight weeks. For more info on what Jeremy is up to: formfinder.cc.

Ride Leader 'Alby' Allan Iacuone

Allan Iacuone more commonly known as Alby, is the RCC coordinator for Melbourne. Having won the Australian National Road title in 1994 he then races in Europe for 9 years professionally. Some would say he has never stopped racing as he is seen at almost every local races across multiple disciplines. This includes his venture into the dirt where he won the inaugural Australian Cyclocross Championship.