InfoCrank Altitude Power Tour dates released

Posted by Verve on March 16, 2015 in
InfoCrank data analysis

PuntoTours to host leading edge training camp using Verve Cycling InfoCrank

An exciting tour for intermediate to advanced cyclists keen to challenge themselves and take on the altitude and mountainous terrain of the Italian and Swiss Alps whilst utilising InfoCrank – the most accurate and reliable power meter. The Altitude Power Tour provides leading edge training for anyone wanting to improve all aspects of their cycling by providing theoretical and practical applications from top-level coaches.

The week will involve on the bike training and coaching whilst using the InfoCrank along with classroom seminars lead by leading experts in power coaching. By the week’s end each participant will have gained a comprehensive understanding of how to train with a power meter in addition to receiving an annual/seasonal training program.

The tour will start in the wonderful city of St. Moritz and wind its way through Switzerland. The second stop is Livigno with its great duty-free shopping and amazing rides all starting 2,000m above sea level. Then it’s on towards Italy to tackle some of the legendary passes including the Stelvio and Gavia whilst enjoying the great Roman Spa in Bormio.

Each tour includes use of an InfoCrank and Garmin 800, in addition to advice from a leading power meter expert. PuntoTours also offer a limited number of Wilier GranTurismo road bikes fitted with the InfoCrank available upon request.

Key details for the InfoCrank Altitude Power Tour 2015
Dates: 18-25 June, 9-16 July and 3-10 August
Difficulty: Medium-Hard
Tour Cost: 8 days €3,250
US, AUD & GBP all approximately at time of publication:
US $3,560 AU $4,593 GBP £2,326
Terrain: Mountainous
Daily Distance: Approximately 100km
Total Distance: Main Route: 650km
Total Ascent: Approximately 12,000m

For full tour details including list of inclusions head to PuntoTours.com.

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