Cycle with the Professionals at a Personalized Training Camp

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    Learn from the cycling world’s crème de la crème at Rancho Valencia in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., this January. The resort’s camp includes personalized coaching by top cyclists, including two-time Tour de France rider Christian Vande Velde and special guest pro-rider George Hincapie. The retreat includes daily pro-led rides; massages at the spa; a dinner with the professionals; riding apparel and gear; ride documentation with a professional photographer; sag wagons by Porsche, Audi, and Range Rover; and overnight accommodations for five days and six nights in one of the resort’s plush casitas. From January 23 to 29. $10,000 per rider, $16,000 for two riders, $13,000 per rider with the addition of a non-riding guest, and $1,200 per day for day rider.

    5921 Valencia Circle, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., 858.756.1123, www.ranchovalencia.com

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