Get yourself right, mentally for IM Lanzarote.
2014 champion – Romaine Guillaume
— Bueno Bike Lanzarote (@buenobikelanza) May 17, 2014
Know the route like the sailor knows the sea, the bike course is among the toughest and windiest courses on the IM calendar!
We are using a template used by world renowned coaches and we are combining that with our detailed knowledge of every single inch of tar, every corner, climb and descent. Know how to leave it all out on the road without compromising your run!
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday at ZR (recovery pace)
2 hours+ taking in the southern and middle parts of the island.
Wednesday at Z1 (tempo)
2 hours+ we understand that everybody has a different tempo however, stronger riders need to be careful not to push too hard. Saturday is only over 48 hours away.
1 session €20
4 sessions €50
Departure 10 participants max!
Fariones Hotel, Puerto del Carmen. 9am Monday 18th to Thursday 21st.
Complimentary coffee at the end of each session to discuss the route in detail.
We will not be covering the northerly part of the route on the bike, above Teguise and Nazaret. For triathletes basing themselves in Puerto del Carmen, we suggest you recon this section in a car if possible. We will cover the northerly part of the route in discussions while on the bike and afterwards. You should not be covering excess distances in the days leading into the event.
Last man standing, who else?
— Bueno Bike Lanzarote (@buenobikelanza) May 18, 2014
Note: Your road captain for the day Mick, is a sub 5 hour man for the bike leg of the IM Lanzarote route, he’s a bit of a splasher and he likes walking as distinct from running, so he won’t be your competition on the day 🙂