Camps / Tours

Designed for the love of cycling!

When we select our location and the program for our camps, we have the avid cyclist involved. These are not for the faint of heart. If you love to push your training in new locations with great people, then these camps are for you.

Camps and Tours

Las Vegas – Oct. 18-22, 2017

Valley of Fire

Registration is now open.

Your cycling season doesn’t have to end after the Whistler Granfondo. Close out your cycling season with an adventure to Las Vegas and experience Sin City like you never imagined. Tips a glass or two while attending our camp, but finish your season strong with breathtaking views, challenging climbs and cycling like you’ve never imagined.

Las Vegas – February 2018


Details for 2018: Coming soon

Have you had enough of Winter, the rain, the wind and the cold weather? Take an early season cycling adventure to Las Vegas and experience Sin City like you never imagined. 337Multisport has planned a 3-Day road cycling camp introducing you to the vibrant cycling community in Las Vegas. All you need to do is show up and be ready to ride. We’ll take care of the details.

Osoyoos – May 2018


Details for 2018: Coming soon

Getting ready for the Penticton Gran Fondo? Need to test your training legs or you’re simply nostalgic and you want to ride the forgotten stretch of the original Ironman Canada route? Let 337Multisport take you on a wine country adventure in Osoyoos, British Columbia.

Mt. Baker – July 2018


Details for 2018: Coming Soon

If you’ve ever wondered what its like to climb the Stelvio, Alp D’Huez or Mt. Ventoux, this is the closest you will get without breaking the bank. This is your opportunity to test your legs on the local Giant of the Pacific Northwest – Mt. Baker. Scenic country roads that will take you up Mt. Baker, pass rushing rivers, dense forests and legendary switchbacks.

Important Camp Information


Registration Process

Complete and submit the online registration form.

Pay for camp

That’s it. You’re registered. Unless you have questions, please contact us.

Returning Riders / 337Multisport Athletes

To show our appreciation, all previously coached 337Multisport athletes and returning guests enjoy a 10% discount.


If you are unable to attend the camp for any reason, you can transfer your registration to a future camp. Camp transfers must be made prior to your final payment (30 days prior to the camp) at no charge. Unfortunately, we cannot accept a camp transfer request after your final payment has been made.


If you are unable to attend the camp for any reason, you can cancel your registration based on the following deadlines:

* More than 30 days prior to the camp: Full refund

* Between 30-15 days prior to the camp: 50% refund

* Less than 14 Days prior to the camp: No refund

Travel Insurance

Your care and safety is of utmost importance to us. However, accidents may occur and we want to be sure you receive the appropriate level of care during your time in with us. Please ensure that you purchase travellers insurance for your camp. Travel insurance is mandatory.


What’s included in the camp price?

Each camp offers different services, but our goal is to ensure you have the most stress-free cycling experience possible. Our team will do their best to ensure that from the moment you arrive until our last ride of the camp, your needs will be taken care of.

Included in all camps will be fully-supported rides, experienced ride guides and a support vehicle for each ride (with basic bike maintenance and first aid available). Mid-ride fuel and nutrition and GPS files of each ride (upon request) will also be included.


Other included items will be specific to each camp and will be indicated.

What food is included in the camp package?

Included in all camp packages will be all mid-ride snacks and refreshments, along with simple post-ride snacks to control your hunger. Riders are responsible for their own meals unless otherwise indicated.

Attendees will be advised in advance of all supplied mid-ride snacks (gels, nutrition and hydration). Guests will be responsible for their own mid-ride snacks if the supplied products are not acceptable. Every effort will be made to provide familiar and commonly used nutrition products. If you have special dietary requirements or allergies, we can accommodate with prior notice.

What kind of shape must I be in to participate?

Our camps are designed for road cyclists that enjoy a hard day in the saddle and a coffee or beer at the end. It is important to remember that the more prepared you are for a camp, the more fun you will have and the further you will be able to go. You will benefit the most by having a solid base-level fitness prior to arrival. You should be able to comfortably average 22-25 km/h over 100km. For most cyclists, this camp is best suited for B group / Intermediate riders.

These camps are not suitable for road cyclist uncomfortable riding pace line or in groups, weekend warriors or cyclists riding only one day per week. The distance we cover each day, the terrain and the higher altitude will test your fitness level. Hybrids and commuter bikes will not be permitted.

What are the support vehicles for?

Our support vehicle becomes your convenience store and safety net on wheels. It will have tools for basic maintenance, additional supplies like tubes, tires, CO2 and pumps. It will also be your personal sherpa, to carry additional items of clothing, special nutrition only for you and nutritional items for all camp participants. Most importantly, if you’re just not feeling up to finishing the ride on any particular day, we’ll pick you up and you’ll enjoy the comforts of the van while offering support and encouragement to the rest of the camp riders.

What do I have to carry?

You will be responsible for carrying the basics for your ride – water, fuel, saddle bag with tools, extra tubes, patch kit and a frame pump or CO2. You should be experienced changing your own tire. Camp guides will assist, but they will not change your tire for you unless you bribe them with beer and wine. 😉

What will the weather be like at this time of year?

You decided to join us because you are tired of poor cycling weather conditions back home. You should expect sunny, dry weather. Although we cannot guarantee perfect riding weather, the likelihood is in your favour. We time our camps so that we have comfortable riding conditions wherever we go. Nevertheless, keep an eye on the weather forecast days leading up to the camp. Expect warm Spring-like conditions most of the time, with the possible chance of cooler temperatures and the occasional rain.

Do I need to worry about altitude sickness at the Las Vegas camp?

Coming from sea-level, you may find yourself short of breath in the early going. Las Vegas is at a higher elevation than you may expect. Add on the climbing you will experience on the route and you have the makings for a tough and challenging day in the saddle.

Most people only experience mild symptoms – headache, nausea, fatigue, loss of appetite and shortness of breath. A mild case of altitude sickness very closely resembles a hangover, a good reason to stay well hydrated before, during and after each ride.

Take it easy the first few days, stay well hydrated, get plenty of rest, eat well and don’t go out too hard. If you start to experience headache, fatigue, nausea or shortness of breath, it’s time to stop or rest.

Do you offer rental bikes in Las Vegas?

If you decide not to bring your own bike to the camp, we have partnerships with local bike shops in the Summerlin area that offer bike rentals for a reasonable daily rate. Please refer to the Partners tab to get in contact with our partner bike shops. There is no guarantee that rental bikes will be available. The availability of rental bikes may be limited, so make arrangements as soon as possible. Rental bikes are high quality carbon road bikes equipped with the appropriate gearing for our camp. Simply bring your pedals, saddle and fit measurements with you to the camp.

Where can I rent a bike bag for the Las Vegas camp?

Most local bike shops should rent bike bags for customers. I would recommend renting a bike bag from Speed Theory (2616 W 4th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6K 1P7 604-714-0171). They will pack your bike for you in advance of the trip and charge you only $50/week. I would also recommend that you have your bike tuned up before the camp and before they pack it, so that if there’s anything wrong, they can fix it right away before packing it. This will reduce the possibilities of surprises for my team when we re-build your bike in Vegas and not affect your camp. Be sure to call as soon as possible to reserve your bike box and to book an appointment for your tune-up . They only have a limited supply of bike boxes for rent, so don’t delay. This is my preferred local bike shop, so be sure to mention you are coming to our camp. They will take extra special care of you.

What is the single supplement / non-rider supplemental fee?

The camp price is based on two camp participants sharing a room, to keep the costs down. If a single rider prefers not to share the room with anyone, they will have to cover the cost of the entire room charge. Any non-rider sharing the room with a camp participant is still required to pay their portion of the room charge.

What does the Non-Rider Fee include?

We are happy to hear that you want to bring a friend or family member with you on the camp, but as non-camp participants, they do not receive the same benefits as camp participants. The supplemental fee will only pay for their portion of the hotel room they will be sharing with you. This does not include any meals, mid-ride snacks or surprises we have in store for our riders. If space will allow, we are happy to have non-riders come along for the ride to enjoy the scenery and great company of our support vehicle. They can help encourage and motivate camp participants for the day. However, space in the transport vehicles may be limited and priority must be given to camp riders.

Can I reserve 2 Queens instead a King bed at the hotel in Las Vegas?

We can make your bed request, but the hotel cannot guarantee the bed type. They will do their best to meet your needs.

How should I prepare for the camp?

The camp is designed to test your fitness from your off-season training regime. The camp is not designed to start your training program. Be sure to be fit for the camp. The route plans will challenge your fitness, so having a strong base coming to the camp is important. If you wish to receive proper coaching in advance of the camp, please refer to the other sections of our website to learn more about one-on-one coaching or personalized training plans for you. We suggest your weekly training should be at least 1 indoor session (spin classes at least :45 min – 1:30 hour in duration) and 1 outdoor ride building up to 4 hours between now and the camp. If you can brave the weather, always replace any indoor session with outdoor rides, but the duration of the outdoor rides should be longer than 1 hour. Adding more days of riding would be even better, if you can fit it in.

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Our Partners

Local Bike Shops

Speed Theory – Vancouver

Pro Cyclery – Las Vegas

Broken Spoke Bikes – Las Vegas