Source Endurance and the Canyon Belgian Waffle Ride have teamed up for the third year in a row for the Belgian Waffle Ride Survival Camp 3.0, coming to San Marcos January 12-14, 2018.
The pro-style camp kicks off with the 2018 official course reveal of yet another Belgian Waffle Ride full of insanity, challenge, and the unparalleled experience for which the event has become infamous. Riders will split the gravel and multi-terrain course reconnaissance over the three-day fully-supported camp while getting the benefit of long endurance riding and bike-handling work. Survivalists are not limited to BWR participants, although each participant does receive an entry to the famous event.
Each day’s ride is led by a top notch assembly of instructors including Canyon Belgian Waffle Ride creators Michael Marckx and Phil Tinstman, pro-level coaches Adam Mills and Zack Allison, pro-rider Whitney Allison, and gravel expert Neil Shirley. These instructors are available to help survivalists with everything from skill-development to equipment selection to mentorship.
Off the bike, riders experience a pro-style camp without the performance pressure. Survivalists’ bikes are tuned daily by Velofix- San Diego. Enjoy nutrient-packed meals, stories with new friends, and additional instruction through presentations on training, nutrition and more. Survivalists also receive nearly $600 of schwag from our partners including but not limited to BWR themed apparel, a BWR entry and preferred start position, and discounted coaching options through Source Endurance.
The Belgian Waffle Ride Survival Camp 3.0 is supported by: Canyon Bikes, Velofix, Topical Edge, Monster Media Racing, WD40 Bike, The Lost Abbey, Danny Munson Photo, Orucase, Cyclists Massage, Chamois Buttr, and Cliff Bar
Early bird pricing of $650 is available until December 2nd or until the camp fills whichever comes first. Interested athletes should head to the BWR Survival Camp 3.0 page for more details and to sign up.