2024 GRAN FONDO NATIONAL SERIES AVL RECON CAMPS
Hosted by 2023 UCI Gran Fondo World Champion Coach Amy Philips
JUNE 6-9,2024 & JUNE 13-16, 2024
Up to 15 riders per camp
5 king rooms at Applewood with overflow at nearby B&B’s and hotels
$2,900 staying at Applewood Manor single occupancy or $2,200 a person double occupancy
$1,500 camp only per person staying elsewhere
Prepare for the 2024 Gran Fondo National Series Asheville event and learn the strategies, tips & tricks for gran Fondo events with former pro cyclist coach Amy Philips. Coach Amy is the 2023 UCI Gran Fondo World Champion for women 50-54.
The camp includes 4 days of fully supported riding on the GFNS AVL course and rides in the surrounding area.
About Amy Philips…
Amy Phillips is a competitive cyclist from Chattanooga, TN. She started racing in 2010 when she was invited to join a local women’s cycling team by a rowing teammate. She quickly got up to speed and started doing well at both local and regional races. In 2013, she won the USA Cycling Masters Criterium National Championship for Women 40-44 years. From 2014-2015, she raced with Pepper Palace Pro Cycling team in both domestic and international races. A highlight of her time racing with the team was competing in the UCI Road World Championship in the Team Time Trial in Richmond, VA. In 2016, Amy decided to take a break from racing but continued to enjoy recreational cycling. In 2019, she shifted her focus to gravel and gran fondo events. In 2021, Amy finished first place overall in the first US Cycling Gran Fondo National Championship in Asheville, NC. In 2022, she competed in the UCI Gran Fondo World Championship in Trento, Italy, finishing in third place for Women 45-49 years as the top American finisher. The 2023 season proved to be a very successful year. Amy won the UCI Gran Fondo World Championship for Women 50-54 years in Perth, Scotland. This was a huge accomplishment and had been a cycling career goal. For gravel, she won the USA Cycling Masters Gravel National Championship in Gering, NE and finished in second place for her age group at the UCI Gravel World Championship in Veneto, Italy.
Amy truly loves cycling. Cycling allows her to travel roads near and far, and she loves sharing miles with the many friends she has made through the amazing cycling community.
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