Update February 1, 2021
First, a big thank you to all who joined in the fun for #VirtualBorrego. It was a far cry from the in-person camp we have come to know and love, but seeing everyone for Zoom calls and Zwift rides, watching the miles/hours add up on our Strava Club, and getting to connect in a multitude of ways did wonders for all of us! Looking ahead, I currently have no camps planned for 2021, but my hope is to host #BorregoCamp next year, January 23-28, 2022. This will depend on health and travel guidelines, so I likely won't have updates for quite a few months. In the meantime, sign up for email updates below and happy riding!
Update November 18th, 2020
Update August 11th, 2020
Read the full update sent via email here. Short story: #OutThereGravel p/b Liv and Giant is postponed and I'll have an announcement regarding #BorregoCamp in November. While events are on hold, join me remotely for the Backbone Challenge, Rebecca's Private Idaho, and the reimagined Nosco Ride.
Update July 20th, 2020
Shortly after the launch of the newest Janel Cycling camp, #OutThereGravel p/b Liv and Giant, the global pandemic began to change our day-to-day lives and the way we connect in-person. Even the way we ride our bikes has changed. While many of us can still use cycling as a way to find joy and manage additional stress related to COVID-19, most events have been canceled, group rides are largely non-existent, and cycling trips have been postponed.
Perhaps you've noticed that I haven't promoted the new gravel camp or opened registration for #BorregoCamp 2021. If you've ever attended one of my camps, you know that human connection and the relationships we forge at camp are an indescribable yet integral part of what makes the experience so enjoyable and unforgettable. At the moment, I don't have final answers on whether #OutThereGravel p/b Liv and Giant or our beloved #BorregoCamp will be possible over the next 6-12 months, but it is my intention to have a clearer plan by the end of the month. Please know that I am taking great care in assessing the situation and evaluating the safety for camp attendees and the communities where we ride.
Stay tuned and feel free to contact me if you have any questions. And I hope that each of you are still finding your way to your bicycle and experiencing the joy that comes from riding.