Downhill Camp with Aaron Gwin in The Epic Bikepark Leogang

3 April 2019  |  

Over the years, the UCI Downhill World Cup in Saalfelden Leogang has witnessed spectacular racing and truly incredible stories. No one has however left a mark on the event as lasting as Aaron Gwin.

Next to four wins in eight years, including a three-in-a-row winning streak from 2015-2017, the American Downhill racer is probably best remembered in Saalfelden Leogang for his spectacular chainless winning run in 2015. Considering his success at this iconic location, it’s no surprise that he considers the `Speedster’ his favorite race track on the World Cup circuit. But how does the five-time World Cup Overall Champion manage to climb to the top of the podium in Leogang year after year? Directly after the Mercedes-Benz UCI Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup 2019 in Saalfelden Leogang, Aaron Gwin will answer that question himself.

Aaron Gwin

The three-day (G)winning Camp in Bikepark Leogang starts with the arrival of the participants and a Meet & Greet with Aaron Gwin on the day after the finals of the Leogang World Cup round, Monday, June 10. Next to individual skill- and riding technique coaching with Aaaron Gwin on the trails in and around Bikepark Leogang, camp participants can look forward to in-depth insights into how the five-time World Cup Overall Champion prepares and trains for races. One of the main focuses of the camp will be the track walk, the search for the fastest lines and how to translate a planned strategy into a run. With individual feedback and video-review sessions, Aaron Gwin will help camp participants find confidence and thereby speed by utilizing proper technique and finding the right mindset. Along the way, Aaron Gwin’s mechanic, John Hall, will further support camp participants with tips on bike- and suspension set up.

Aaron Gwin

The (G)winning Downhill Camp is limited to 10 participants, the minimum age required is 16 years. A high level of riding skills is required of all camp participants. Next to camp participation, the price of € 899 includes three days and nights in a double room at the 4-star+ Hotel Good Life Resort Riederalm with full board and bikepark tickets for three days. Single room accommodation is available for an extra charge of € 100 (total € 999).

Further information and the registration for the (G)winning Downhill Camp with Aaron Gwin can be found here:

Trails in Article

Leogang Bikepark

Comment on this article

Want to add your comments about this review? Login or Sign-up by clicking the button below..

Login/Sign Up