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How the Blue Ridge Cycling Camp All Started

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Join Coach Patrick from Endurance Nation for another weekly endurance podcast. This week Coach P with help those of you looking to improve your cycling with the origin story of the Blue Ridge Cycling camp. Key Talking Points First Camp Mistakes Value of Cycling Only Time on a Road Bike Riding with a Group Great…

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Blue Ridge Camp 2016 — Day Two to Mt Mitchell

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The second day of our annual Blue Ridge Training Camp it is devoted entirely to the ascent of Mount Mitchell. Mt Mitchell is the highest point on the Eastern seaboard and represents an incredible achievement for a cyclist. But Blue Ridge Campers are anything but ordinary! Our campers “softened” their legs by climbing over 7,000…

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2015 Blue Ridge Cycling Camp Day Two Recap: To Mount Mitchell

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Day Two: Linville Falls to Mt Mitchell [aka 11,000+ ft Climing Day!] At the start of Day Two, I promised NO GRAVEL. However I said nothing about climbs, wind, flying icicles, sleet or 11,000 feet of suffering. All were had on this epic day of cycling. This is about as close to West Coast riding…

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Blue Ridge Camp 2014 – Day Two Report

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How Hilly Could 84 miles possibly be??? Day Two: Headed for Mount Mitchell After yesterday’s epic off-Parkway ride, it was time to explore the awesomeness that is the Blue Ridge Parkway. Our goal was to have everyone climb to the top of Mount Mitchell — the highest peak in the Eastern United States at 6,684…

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