Epic Camp Reports

Epic – The Journey (Adam)

On a plane on the way to Epic Camp. It’s definitely happening. Thought it’d be a good idea to work out why on earth I’m sat here in order to try and maximise what I take home from the experience. If only to try and equalise that against what I’ve put in to get here and what I’ll need to …

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Epic Travel Day (Gary)

Just a quick note to say that the boys have arrived in Vancouver! I was first to fly from Edinburgh and in order to try and avoid paying for a second piece of luggage I filled my bike box up to a fantastic 29kg. Feeling very chuffed with myself for not getting stung for excess baggage it was on to meet the other …

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David’s Epic Camp Prologue

In 2009 a fellow ‘pirate’ (Gavin, PSC) told me about the IMTalk triathlon podcast. I’ve been listening to it weekly without fail, ever since. From listening to the podcast I learnt about and heard amazing stories of events such as Challenge Roth, Challenge Wanaka, the Nice triathlon. Because of the podcast these are all events that I’ve been fortunate to …

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Epic Camp Prologue

Used to have a reputation for being a bit of a monster trainer, me.  If someone was tacking on, then so was I. If someone was bailing on the run off the bike, then I wasn’t.  If someone fancied an easier day and a lie in, then I didn’t. I’ve climbed over locked gates early in the morning to go for …

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Fegan’s Epic Camp Prologue

Ever since first hearing about Epic Camp on IM Talk (or Ironman Talk as it was back then) I’ve dreamt of taking part. Initially the thought of being of a good enough standard to apply was off-putting enough, then as that standard became closer it was more the financial and time cost. So when Epic Camp Canada was announced back …

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Molina’s Epic Camp Canada 2014 – Prologue

With three members of the Buccaneer Tri team (Adam, David & Gary) about to head off to Epic Camp Canada, Scott Molina sets the scene.   Seems like its been a while! And indeed it has. Let’s start by reviewing the impetus behind this adventure, since that initial idea still is what drives the camps. I used to watch the coverage of the Tour in my friend …

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