To get the most out of The Alpine Challenge, you need to be fit enough to actually enjoy them. It is an extremely challenging multi-stage endurance event and we have found that many people under estimate the amount of training required in preparation.
We are really excited to have teamed up with Wattbike as our official Training Partner for 2012, enabling us to provide riders with first-class training advice and support. At HotChillee, we put great thought into our partnerships and in Wattbike we think we have found a tool that will allow all of us to be in perfect shape for the events - that is of course with a little hard work!
Wattbike have devised a detailed 6 month training plan that is bespoke to The Alpine Challenge.
TheTriTouch our Sports Therapy Partner will be supporting you during the event. Four Therapists will look after you during the event with treatments including sports massage, osteopathy, acupuncture, kinesiotaping, ultrasound and post ride stretching. Click here to see their guide for your first cycling challenge. They are also offering a discount for all new riders to The Alpine Challenge.
HotChillee's Development Rider, Nicholas Dlamini is named as 'one to watch' for The London-Paris 2013Thursday 23rd May 2013
HotChillee today announces that 17-year-old South African Development Rider, Nicholas Dlamini will cycle The London-Paris as part of HotChillee's Development Rider Programme.Read More ...
Entries open for the Cape Rouleur 2014Thursday 2nd May 2013
HotChillee are opening entries to the 2014 Cape Rouleur on Tuesday 14th May at 12 noon (BST). The first of HotChillee's multi-stage cycling events in its Global Event Series in 2014 will be held on 2nd to 6th March 2014 and places will be limited to 200. It is an early season event hosted in the spectacular cycling destination of Franschhoek, South Africa.Read More ...