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2014 CTC Training Camp

5th Annual CTC Triathlon Training Camp May 2-4, 2013

2014 CTC Training Camp

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Who: What: Newbie and Veteran Triathletes The best value in tri camps

Where: Mohican Adventures 3058 State Route 3 Loudonville, OH 44842 1-888-909-7400

http://www.mohicancanoe.com/
When: Friday, May 2nd, 2014 Check-in between 5 & 8 pm Find Check-in Coordinator upon arrival With all your run, bike & swim gear To learnTo push yourselfFor an escape To live like a pro for a weekend (only more fun)! Full camp with lodging single bed: $175 Full camp with lodging shared bed: $125 Day Camp (food included): $30 *Saturday only for Day Camp

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2014 CTC Training Camp

Welcome to the 5th Annual CTC Tri Camp! Its hard to believe weve been doing this for five years. We are continuing to improve the experience and build a training & learning weekend for all levels of triathletes to benefit from. The Mohican area offers a great opportunity for challenging runs and rides and the scenery is spectacular. As in the past, weve reserved premium house style cabins for the weekend. This year, due to more demand, weve added additional cabins to accommodate all interested. Were planning the big Friday rides again for those who can get the day off work and come down early. Some key information for this year: All meals and snacks are provided Since our participation has increased, we are catering dinners on Friday and Saturday. Although we have 2 training tracks athletes can jump between training options if they choose. After checking in at the Mohican Adventures entrance you will be guided to the Century House for cabin and bed assignments. The night run course will be marked with glowsticks to get everyone through safely & there will be an optional pavement run for those that forgot their headlamp.

2014 CTC Training Camp

Getting there
Mohican Adventures is located just south of Loudonville on State Route three (north of the State Park entrance). The cabins are on the west side of the road (see map below). When you arrive, check in at the gatehouse for your parking and cabin passes.

From the Cleveland area, there are several ways to get to Loudonville. The most straight straight-forward is to take I-71 South to Exit 173 (Mansfield / Lucas exit) to St. Rt. 39. Go East to Loudonville, approximately 18 miles. In town, take St. Rt. 3 South about t 1.5 miles to Mohican Adventures.

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Regional Map

Campground Map & Registration

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Schedule - Veterans
Were planning to do a lot of running and riding since the swimming options are limited at Mohican this time of the year.

Friday, May 4th:


10 am 2 pm 5-8 pm: 6:30 8:00 pm: 8:30 pm: 10:00 pm:

Hard core hills day

67-mile A Ride Loudonville / Danville Loop 32-mile B Ride Mohican / Loudonville Area Arrival / Check-in Dinner Introductions / Camp kick-off Night Run, Mohican MTB Trails Late night snack / campfire

Saturday, May 5th: The Beast


7 8:30 am 8:30 am 9:30 am 12 2 pm 2:30 pm 5:30 pm 6 pm 7 8 pm Night Breakfast Club photo, bike safety discussion, preparation Big Saturday ride Lunch/rest Brick workout: 20-mile ride followed by a 6-mile Run Appetizer contest Dinner Two clinic tracks: Nutrition & Tools of the Trade Campfire Discussion

Sunday, May 6th:


7 8:30 am 8:30 9:30 am 9:30 11:00 11-12 pm Afternoon

A day in the flats!

Breakfast Bike Prep & stretching discussion Wally road pace line riding Lunch Optional Run / Departure

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Schedule - Newbies
Were planning to do a lot of learning and practicing techniques as well as challenging you with awesome terrain and trails.

Friday, May 4th:


5-8 pm: 6:30 8:00 pm: 8:30 pm: 10:00 pm:

Check - in day

Arrival / Check-in Dinner Introductions / Camp kick-off Night Run, Mohican MTB Trails (or paved option) Late night snack / campfire

Saturday, May 5th: Swim, Bike, Run Day


7 8:30 am 8:30 8:45 am 8:45 9:45 am 10 - 11 am 11:15 12 12 2 pm 1-4 pm 4:30 5:30 pm 5:30 pm 6 pm 7 8 pm Night Breakfast & Warmup Club photo & bike safety discussion Bike Skills Clinic & Warm-up Ride Swim Clinic Transition Clinic Lunch Big Mohican ride: 26 miler Bike Maintenance Clinic Appetizer contest Dinner Two clinic tracks: Nutrition & Tools of the Trade Campfire Discussion

Sunday, May 6th:


7 8:30 am 8:30 9:30 am 9:30 11:00 11-12 pm Afternoon

A day in the flats with the vets!

Breakfast Bike Prep and stretching discussion Wally road pace line riding Lunch Optional Run / Departure

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Suggested Gear List


Sleeping Bag or Bedding Pillow Lounging / Casual Clothes Swim / Bike / Run Clothes Road Running Shoes Bathroom gear Swim Cap Goggles Towel Helmet Bike Road Water Bottles Bike Gear Camp Chair Bike tube / Pump / Basic tools Sunglasses / Visors / Hats / Etc. Notebook & Pencil Money for additional snacks / expenses Adult Beverages (optional) GPS or watch Camera / phone Any other personal gear you may need Snacks for Bike Raincoat / Rain gear Trail Running Shoes (optional)

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Ride Maps

2014 CTC Training Camp Friday Big Ride 67 miles 2,500 feet of climbing The first 20 miles of this ride are a challenging and hilly ride through awesome countryside and woodland areas. The next twenty are a bit flatter with varied terrain and a few tough but short climbs. Miles 40-45 you can really open it up on mostly flat open roads. The last twenty will keep you working with climbs on tired legs. The directions are easier that it looks!

2014 CTC Training Camp Mohican / Malabar / Danville 66-miles of hills


0mi 1.33mi 4.4mi 5.03mi 6.31mi 7.61mi 8.1mi 8.6mi 8.65mi 8.82mi 11.28mi 13.41mi 13.43mi 15.58mi 15.83mi 18.29mi 19.71mi 20.7mi 23.16mi 23.77mi 24.77mi 25.5mi 26.49mi Start 30.11mi Turn left at W Main St 32.99mi Turn left at Highway 917 34.91mi Turn right at Highway 3006 35.32mi Slight left at Highway 1027 37.4mi Turn left to stay on Highway 1027 39.86mi Turn right to stay on Highway way 1027 45.5mi Turn right at Highway 2796 45.53mi Turn left at Highway 1027 47.96mi Continue on Highway 1075 48.9mi Turn left at Gladden Rd 50.04mi Turn left at OH-603 50.2mi Sharp right at Lucas-Perrysville Perrysville Rd 50.74mi Continue on Dickes Rd 51.22mi Turn left at Moffett Rd 54.03mi Turn left at Pleasant Valley Rd 55.21mi Continue on 438/Bromfield Rd 55.38mi Slight right at 302/Hastings East Rd 57.73mi Continue on Hastings-Newville Newville Rd 59.94mi Continue on 329/Scott Rd 61.62mi Turn left at Washington South Rd 62.29mi Continue on 340/Alexander Rd 64.2mi Turn left at 344/Rule Rd Turn left at OH-3 Continue on Highway 739 Slight left at Jericho Rd/Jerico Rd Continue on Jefferson Continue on Jelloway Rd Slight right at Chapel Rd Turn left eft at Danville Jelloway Rd/OH-205 Rd/OH Turn left at Chapel Rd Turn right to stay on Danville Amity Rd Turn left at Danville Amity Rd Turn right to stay on Apple Valley Rd Turn left to stay on Apple Valley Rd Continue on Apple Valley Rd Turn right to stay on Nunda Rd Continue on Nunda Rd Turn right at Swendal Rd Slight right to stay on Mishey Rd Turn left at Mishey Rd Continue on Old Mansfield Rd Turn urn left at Ankneytown Rd Turn right at Hamilton Rd Sharp left at Garber Rd 29.05mi 29.79mi Continue on 345/Gatton Rock Rd Turn right at 403/Stoffer Rd

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Friday B Ride
32 miles 1,500 feet of climbing The first 20 miles of this ride are the same as the route as the big ride. Although only 32 miles, the ride involves a lot of climbing and is a challenging ride for any level of cyclist. The ride travels through the heart of Mohican as is a fantastic way to start a big weekend of workouts.

2014 CTC Training Camp

Mohican / Malabar 32 32-miles through the park


0mi 1.33mi 4.4mi 5.03mi 6.31mi 7.61mi 8.1mi 8.17mi 8.6mi 8.65mi 8.82mi 11.28mi 13.41mi 13.43mi 15.58mi 15.83mi 18.29mi 21.45mi 21.80mi 23.08mi 25.75mi 28.05mi 31.85mi 32.10mi Start Turn left at W Main St Turn left at Highway 917 Turn right at Highway 3006 Slight left at Highway 1027 Turn left to stay on Highway 1027 Turn right to stay on Highway 1027 Slight left to stay on Highway 1027 Turn right at Highway 2796 Turn left at Highway 1027 Continue on Highway 1075 Turn left at Gladden Rd Turn left at OH-603 Sharp right at Lucas-Perrysville Perrysville Rd Continue on Dickes Rd Turn left at Moffett Rd Turn left at Pleasant Valley Rd Turn right at OH-603 Turn right at SR 95 Turn left at Bunkerhill North Rd / CH 350 (becomes CR100) Turn left on Cleveland Street Enter Mohican State Park Turn left on SR-3 Turn left into Mohican Adventures Campground

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Friday Night Run


The trail run through the Mohican mountain bike trails has been a hit since the camp started. We strap on headlamps and keep the pace slow. Lots of climbing and descending. Its a very social run. Its only a 5.5 miler, but takes a good amount of time to get through the woods. If you arent confident going off-road, you can run on the paved running path nearby or hangout at the campfire.

Trail Split

Merge Left

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Saturday Big Ride


This ride will test your mettle. We will ride out to Pleasant Hill Lake, then follow HFP Racings new Olympic Course for 25 miles (course below), then ride back. Plan on a 40 to 45 total miles. If you rode Friday, this ride may very well bring you to your knees! If not, it will be a real quad burner nonethe-less! Visit HFPs web-site for more information on their up-coming race this June: http://www.hfpracing.com/events/signature/mef/course.htm

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Saturday Ride through Mohican (newbies) (newbies)


26 miles 2,200 feet of climbing You will be treated to a spectacular ride through the Mohican State Park. You are highly recommended to take in a bit of the scenery as you suffer through over 2,000 feet of climbing. Its tough, but youll be rewarded with an awesome dinner to get your mojo back later that evening!

2014 CTC Training Camp

Saturday Afternoon Ride through Nashville (subject (subject to change) change)


27 miles 900 feet of climbing The loop starts out with 11 miles flats down Wally Road along the river. Some challenging climbs come into play for the next 7 miles. In the middle of that stretch is an area where stronger riders can really have some fun on some quick rollers and hammer it out at a fast pace then are rewarded with a steep tough short climb into the Nashville square. The rest of the ride will wear you down a bit with climb after climb (and prevailing winds in your face). Important note: A small portion (about 1 mile) of the ride is on un-paved roads. Its a little bumpy, but youll have no problem as its tight packed dirt and relatively smooth. Just take it a bit slower and you (and your bike) will be fine. Last year, conditions were not good. We will preview the course before camp this year and change the course if necessary.

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Saturday Nashville Ride (Contd)

This route is simple. Turn Left out of the campground, just past Mohican Adventures turn right on Wally Road. Take Wally 11miles to the end. Turn left on SR 514 and travel 7 miles to Nashville. Turn Left on SR 60 and head to Loudonville. In downtown Loudonville, turn left on SR 3 and head back to camp.

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Sunday In the Flats Riding (Newbie & Veteran):


32 miles Pace line practice, steady state riding This ride takes the paved portion of Wally Road out to the end of the asphalt, turn around and do 2x back-and-forth for a total of about 32 miles. You can cut out at 16 miles if you need a rest or want to get a longer run in afterwards. Well practice some triathlon specific pace lines. For the newbies this is a perfect way to practice cycling skills before the big Sunday ride. For the veterans, this isnt a leisure ride, but it isnt a quad-burner either and we like to put our speed muscles on and see just how fast we can fly!