Intro

"Strong Like Bull" is an annual bicycle and triathlon training camp held in February in the warm mountians of Southern Spain.  Modeled after the Pro Peleton winter training camps, Strong Like Bull will train you, warm you, entertain you and give you experiences which you won't soon forget.

The Strong Like Bull team has begun meeting and formulating and planning for SLB 2015.  Hope you can join us this year!  As usual, we will offer the world class training, incredible meals, the fun and excitement we've brought for the past 9 years into our 10th consecutive year of SLB!  As it will be our 10th anniversary, we already have a few special things planned already and are sure to add more.  Each year we seem to fill the camp earlier and earlier, so don't hesitate to visit us at our registration page and submit your deposit to ensure a spot for this coming year.  The 2 sessions are from:

Camp 1: Sunday 2/22/2015 – Sunday 3/1/2015 (Plan to fly from USA 2/21)
Camp 2: Sunday 3/1/2015 – Sunday 3/8/2015 (Plan to fly from USA 2/28)

Any questions, don't hesitate to ask:

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Cheers

Sean + John + Christine

The Vuelta a Andalucia - SLB's hometown race - has announced their 2012 route.  This race features many of the big names in the European peleton and for many of them this is the first official race of the season with UCI points up for grabs.  The course, while different every year, typically uses the same routes that we do at SLB.  They have not yet posted a route map, but general information can be found here:

http://vueltaandalucia.com

The dates fall on Camp 2 this year, so if you are attending the second camp of SLB, then we will likely get to see one stage of this late winter classic.

The peleton of the Vuelta a Espana, celebrating its 75th year will be climbing the famed Zafarraya climb tomorrow on Stage 4. This approximate 20km climb goes from sea level near Torre del Mar, a northern suburb of Malaga, all the way up to 1200m. The bulk of the climb is between the 5th and 15th kilometer and features a lunar landscape at the top. There are multiple switchbacks and excellent pavement throughout. This climb is often used by our Strong Like Bull winter training camp as it features a steady gradient with satisfying views of the ocean and greater Malaga valley during the ascent.

We didn’t get all the results but came across a few and wanted to tell you that the 2010 SLB athletes CRUSHED IT THIS YEAR!

Read more: SLB Athlete success in 2011

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