ttc3

Climbing for Life! The Tour de Steamboat, Colorado

This is truly the best DVD collection for indoor cyclists ever made!

Not only is the video footage stunning, but the helpfull narrative includes insights on training, cycling in Colorado, and preparing for a long day in the saddle.

Coaching by Paul Gallas, creator of Cycling Videos Online

Tim Cody, founder of Ride for Strength. Tim Rode from California to New York over 27 days to raise funds for the ALSA. Tim talks to us about his adventures as well as unique training advice for cyclists of all abilities. Find out more about his ride here

Michael Seeburg, author of Road Biking Colorado, A Statewide Guide, joins us for an hour and a half emparting his years of cycling wisdom. He is an amazing man and wrote a truly inspirational book.

Mike Meis joins us for 1.75 hours. Mike is new to the sport of cycling and provides us with questions that most of us want to ask, but are too afraid to ask. Mike, an ex football player, fears nothing and never quits trying!

CHOOSE YOUR FORMAT

dvdDownload

watch-now

Or Find Out More Below

Product Description

About The Ride

 

Get The Full Video Now

dvdDownload

watch-now

 

 

 

 

 

The Stats


The Tour de Steamboat is an amazing 110 mile journey that begins and ends in beautiful Steamboat Colorado. “Climbing for Life!” is a testament to the demands of the ride as well as a title dedicated to people struggling with their health. The Tour de Steamboat was founded as a benefit ride to raise awareness and money for the Sunshine Kids Foundation.
Stage 1 begins in Steamboat and climbs Rabbit Ears Pass for a gain in elevation of 3500 feet ( 1066m). The day is bright with vivid blue skies and the air is crisp and clear. It’s a perfect mountain morning to begin cycling. Warm up those legs and get ready to steadily grind up to the summit and enjoy the start of this amazing adventure!
Stage 2 begins at the summit of Rabbit Ears Pass, 9500 feet asl (896m) and as soon as we’re rolling, we hit 45mph on the descent. We’ll hook onto a few wheels and have fun with pacelines and sprint climbs. And then a final surge to the finish will leave up panting and ready to do more!

We hit stage 3 with enthusiasm! The sun is up, it’s warming and cyclists are on the roads. Conversations erupt as spirits are high and the ride is perfect. Then the wall arrives, Gore Pass and we climb almost 2000′ (610m) and arrive at the summit exhausted. Shake out the lactic acid, ’cause this one’s gonna hurt!
Stage 4 traverses over the Gore Range and is incredibly scenic with open views of green prairies and big blue skies streaked with white linen. Before arriving at the rest, we’ll have to pop up over a little 500 foot climb, then, it’s a fun descent into Yampa Valley and to the finish.
The Yampa Valley is a paradise of green grasses surrounded by wild peaks and mountains. Our 5th and final stage keeps us anaerobic as we battle the evening winds. This is a great interval workout keeping up the tempo in a 2 man paceline. Then, one last climb out of the valley and down into Steamboat and finish the Tour de Steamboat forever reflecting on this life changing adventure!

ttc3_profile

Video Details

Length 6.75 hours Training tools available
Format NTSC DVD Heart rate yes
Audio Track 1 yes Gear ratio yes
Audio Track 2 yes Resistance yes
Audio Track 3 yes Cadence yes
Region NA Hill profile yes
Aspect 4×3 Heart rate profile yes
Resolution NTSC Speed yes
Date created December 11 2010 Elevation yes
Produced by BtBoP GPS map yes
Published by Kunaki Timer no
Copyright copyright 2010 CVO Coaching narrative yes

 

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Climbing for Life! The Tour de Steamboat, Colorado”