The Camp has been especially designed for you to acclimatize to Cusco’s altitude, train on the race course, and prepare you psychologically for the race.

You will train from morning to lunchtime, about 2 to 4 hours daily, with distances around 30 to 40 Km per day, leaving you time in the afternoons to enjoy Cusco with your friends and family.

In The Camp we will provide transportation and connections support, water and  fruits along the road and a certified UCI coach that knows the area will accompany you.

We suggest athletes arrive in Cusco on Wednesday, April 14, 2021, assemble their bike and take a brief ride around the city. 

On day 1 you will face the hardest climb of the race, one hour climb to Abra Corao.

You will get to know all the curves, and tips that you will require to face the challenge.

On day 2, we will transfer you to the Sacred Valley, and you will train on a flat terrain to the Inca Wall.

On day 3, you will ride with the favorite coach’s routine called “Opponents”.

That will get you in an optimal state for the race. So get ready for GFNY Peru 2021!

Furthermore, in The Camp we have partnered with different hotels that meet the needs of every cyclist with comfort and amazing food and where you can even store your bike in your own room.

During all The Camp days we will have a mechanic available for any technical issues that may present, so you and your bike can enjoy the CAMP at its best.

Objectives:

  • Acclimatize to the altitude.
  • Train of GFNY course route.
  • Get you prepared for the race.

Ride duration:

  • 2 to 4 hours
  • 30 to 40km

Schedule

Wednesday

April 14, 2021

  • Recommended arrival date in Cusco.

Thursday

April 15, 2021

8AM to 12AM

  • Start day and peak day, we ride to “Abra Corao”, around 1 hour climb.

Friday

April 16, 2021

9AM to 11AM

  • Recovery day, we ride on flat terrain. We will go with a bus to the Inka Wall (turning point of 135km Long Route) and ride back on flat terrain and then jump back to the cars.

Saturday

April 17, 2021

9AM to 10:30AM

  • Ride to Chincheros, using a special routine designed for just before the race.

What's included:

  • Support car or connection car
  • Lunch box
  • Water and fruits 
  • Coaching
  • Each day after the ride, we can schedule a briefing to discuss the next days training, feedback and resolve any training doubts about posture, power meters, nutrition, etc.