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Fantasy Cycling Camp

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Camp Location: Tucson, Arizona, United States
Ages: 21+
Gender: Male and Female
Camp type:Day and Overnight
Session dates: January 14th through 17th
Cost (range): $3900+
Contact Person: Curtis Zimmerman
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Missing Saddle is proud to announce its first edition of their Fantasy Cycling Camp to be held in Tucson, Arizona from January 14th through the 17th at The Westin La Paloma resort and spa. This unique fantasy camp will provide attendees a realistic pro cycling team camp experience. Pro cycling celebrity hosts include Danny Pate (Garmin-Slipstream), Mike Friedman (Garmin-Slipstream), Ted King (Cervelo Test Team), Brad Huff (Jelly Belly Cycling Team) as well as Danny Van Haute, Director Sportif (Jelly Belly Cycling Team).

For four (4) days and three (3) nights attendees will ride with the fantasy camp pro cycling hosts and take part in team meetings run by Van Haute. Full technical, medical, food and beverage support from fantasy camp staff and fantasy camp sponsors will be provided from Thursday through Sunday. The Westin La Paloma, the Southwest’s premier resort destination will provide luxury accommodations starting with the picturesque setting of the resort itself to the meals created specifically for elite cyclists and after ride spa treatments at the Red Door Spa.

Additional highlights and amenities of the Fantasy Cycling Camp include but not limited to: “Team” Cycling Kits, “Team and individual pictures as well a personalized DVD highlight film for each attendee, sponsor provided gift packages, multiple receptions and special “cycling film” night with cocktails and a rider to attendee ratio never to exceed 8 to 1 at all times.

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