Road + MTB Camp

With Bob Roll
Moab, Utah
November 5-8, 2020

This mountain biking and road cycling camp features four days of riding, coaching and clinics for riders of intermediate-advanced ability and three evenings of seminars and presentations with the Pros, Doctors, Nutritionists and Industry Reps. Riders will be split up according to ability and goals for the camp. Please note: Moab is home to some very technical, rocky riding. IF you are a true beginner to the sport, please know that we will do our best to accommodate but you may be grouped with riders that are above your ability. If you have questions regarding whether or not this camp is for you, please contact Chip Chilson (contact below).

Professional rider and world famous commentator Bob Roll joins Aspen Sports Performance in beautiful Moab, Utah during the best time of the year to ride and relax! For four days and three nights, you’ll receive coaching from one of the greatest minds in cycling. Not to mention, you’ll be surrounded by the scenic beauty of Moab Canyonlands and the Colorado River.

This camp is designed to help athletes and cyclists of the intermediate-advanced level (ages 10 and above) with lifestyle, health, nutrition, fitness and training guidance to prepare and plan for staying fit year round.

ROAD CYCLING LEVELS

Each day road rides will have at least two different distances. Correct body positioning, riding in a group and overall fitness will be discussed each day. Riders should be able to ride for about 2-4 hours/day depending on weather and group dynamics.

MTB SKILL LEVELS

Strong beginners + intermediates (and all advanced levels) shall learn:

  • Body positioning – most important on a bike!
  • Crashing and injury prevention – how to crash with the least amount of impact
  • Terrain awareness and visioning – looking ahead!
  • Braking (in corners and rocky, technical terrain)
  • Shifting + efficient use of a dropper post
  • Technical climbing
  • Overall bike handling

Intermediates shall learn all of above + the following:

  • Trackstands (Including where and why you would use this maneuver on the trail)
  • Wheelies (pedal + front + riding a wheelie)
  • Bunny hops – when to use on trails
  • Nose picks (for tight switchback turns)
  • Downhill technical drops (big and small)
  • Pedal drops

Strong intermediates/experts shall learn all of above + the following:

  • Jumps – step ups/downs, table tops, pre-jumping I will introduce step-ups, step-downs, hips, tables, doubles, and pre-jumping
  • Steep terrain drops
  • Pre-turns (used in difficult corners and switchbacks)
  • High speed off camber cornering
  • Styling corners and rock faces

This Camp is limited to the first 50 athletes, call 970-948-1212 or email chip_chilson@msn.com to sign up.

COACHES

Bob RollBOB ROLL
  • Legendary Tour De France Commentator with NBC – Universal Sports
  • Former Tour De France, Giro De Italia, Veulta – Grand Tour Racer
  • All around funny guy!

 
 

MASSIMO TESTA, MD
  • Tour De France TEAM CCC Doctor
  • Founder, Max Testa Training
  • Sports Medicine Specialist
  • Veteran of the professional cyclist scene
  • Has worked with numerous elite, international cyclists
Michael CarterMICHAEL CARTER
  • Former Grand Tour Pro = TdF, Giro, & Veulta
  • Motorolla 7/11 Teammate with BOB ROLL
  • Masters World Champion

 

RICK CRAWFORDRick Crawford

  • American Coaching Legend to many of the Worlds best Cyclists & Triathletes
  • Managed Elite/Pro Level Cycling Teams
  • Head Coach to Fort Lewis College & Mesa University Cycling Teams, .. taking 10 National Titles
  • Creator of the CNS (Central Nervous System) Stress Score for Tracking Athlete form

 
Matti Rowe

MATTI ROWE

  • IT Specialist, Coach + Event Coordinator at Training Peaks
  • CAT 1 Pro, Rio Grande Racing
  • Co-Founder of Summit Endurance Academy

 
Alex HagmanALEXANDER HAGMAN

  • Former Continental Pro Rider with “Team Jelly Belly”
  • Aspen native
  • Former Collegiate National Mountain Bike Champion
  • USA Pro Challenge 2011
Dave OchsDAVE OCHS
  • World “Chainless” Champion
  • Director of CBMA & Founder of “FAT BIKE WORLDS”
  • Master Commentator, dad of Ozzy and Cady, wife of Missy

 

Roy SturmROY STURM
  • Master Road & Track Champion

 
 
 
 
 

Mike NewsomMIKE NEWSOME
  • Masters National Champion

 
 
 
 

John TalleyJOHN ‘JT’ TALLEY
  • Top Masters Cyclist with the “Boulder Masters Orthopaedic Team”

 
 
 

Laurie BrandtLAURIE BRANDT
  • 4x MTB Winner LEADVILLE – 100
  • Former Pro Rider with the SHAKLEE Pro Team
  • Women’s MTB leader for Moab Camp
  • Can wheelie for a mile!

 

Sarah StubbeSARAH STUBBE
  • Mom of Henry Stubbe
  • Mountain Bike Pro
  • Director of the Crested Butte gO Cycling Team

 

ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTORS

BILL FABROCINI – PT, CSCS

  • Core, spine, mobility specialist
JEREMY JAMES, MD
  • Back & Spine Specialist / ASPEN BACK INSTITUTE
KATHLEEN CALLAHAN
  • Sports Psychologist
JOHN CALLAHAN
  • 2x Winter Olympics, = US Nordic Team OLYMPIAN
  • Has completed all 25 of the Leadville 100 races since it’s inception

ITINERARY

Thursday, November 5

  • 12:00-2:30 PM Check in at Moab Valley Inn
  • 2:45 PM Meet at Hotel front entrance with bike
  • 3:00-4:30 PM Meet and great easy ride with pros
  • 5:00-6:30 PM Meet at Moab Brewery (directly across the street from the hotel) for dinner
  • 6:45-9:30 PM Seminars at Moab Valley Inn in Canyon Lands Seminar Room

Friday, November 6

  • 7:00-9:00 am Continental Breakfast at Hotel
  • 9:00-9:30 am Pre-ride stretch with Bill Fabrocini in Canyon Lands Room*
  • *NOTE make sure to book your massage with Therapist(s) Lynda Lynch or KT
  • 10:30 am Meet at front entrance of hotel
  • 10:45 am-2:00 PM fun ride with coaches*
  • *note groups will disperse, and be split into ability levels for your comfort and enjoyment
  • 2:00-5:00 PM Rest & recovery, nap, pool, massage
  • 5:00-6:30 PM Dinner at Pasta Jay’s on Main St. in downtown Moab
  • 6:45-9:30 PM Seminars at Moab Valley Inn in the Canyon Lands Seminar Room

Saturday, November 7

  • 7:00-9:00 am Continental Breakfast at Hotel
  • 9:00-9:30 am Pre-ride stretch with Bill Fabrocini in Canyon Lands Room*
  • *NOTE make sure to book your massage with Therapist Lynda Lynch or KT
  • 10:30 am Meet at front entrance of hotel
  • 10:45 am-2:00 PM fun ride with coaches*
  • *note groups will disperse, and be split into ability levels for your comfort and enjoyment
  • 2:00-5:00 PM Rest & recovery, nap, pool, massage
  • 5:00-6:30 PM Dinner at Eddie McStiff’s on Main St. in downtown Moab
  • 6:45-9:30 PM Seminars at Moab Valley Inn in the Canyon Lands Seminar Room

Sunday, November 8

  • 7:00-8:30 am Continental Breakfast at Hotel
  • 8:00-9:00 am Hotel check out
  • 10:00 am Optional Group Photo and ride with Bob Roll

Bob Roll Moab Cycling Camp

The Bob Roll Moab Cycling Camp is limited to the first 50 athletes, call 970-948-1212 or email chip_chilson@msn.com to sign up.

PERMIT AND GUIDE PROVIDED BY RIM TOURS