6th - 14th March 2021
From incredible open water swimming to scenic, tough riding, there is guaranteed to be something for everyone.
Phuket is an ideal location to train, bring the family and they can enjoy a holiday at the same time! With direct flights from most Australian cities and only a short flight from Europe and other Asian countries, it is guaranteed to be one of the most affordable and fun training experiences of your life!
MX Endurance camps offer you the perfect opportunity to train with a group of like minded people and have fun at the same time with group meals and catch ups there is plenty of fun to be had.
All sessions will be led by experienced MX Endurance Coaches with varying levels of support for some sessions including drink stations for runs. The cost for the week is currently being finalised and will aim to include heavilly discounted accommodation options. Currently, we are taking deposits for this camp. If we do not meet the required number of attendees this deposit will be refunded. Otherwise, you will be required to pay the balance within 3 months of the camp date.
*While this camp is designed to accommodate athletes of all levels you need to be able to ride at least 100km and have an average speed of between 25-30km/h (we ride together so you will be able to ride faster than you are used to.) We also advise that you come to this camp ready to train, not after weeks of not training as it is a high volume training camp.
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Hear what people said about our 2020 Camp:
"I am extremely happy and grateful to have been part of this amazing experience, and in some of the best company. It was a time to train hard, dig deep, and put in a lot of miles, but also most importantly, to catch up with old friends and to meet some amazing new people!" - Brian - Canada.
"I had the privilege of spending a week with some new and old friends whilst seeing the sites of Phuket doing what we all love. MX Endurance Phuket Camp. MX Endurance put on an amazing camp. I won't lie I thought that I would struggle through most of the sets and would be holding people back. Not once did I feel this way, you made sure it was inclusive." - Elechia - Australia.
"I had a blast, met friends again and made some new ones aswell! A great bunch of rockstars and I'm so happy that I got to meet them. I hope too catch up with all of you at a race or the next camp, and yeah, just get onboard for the next camp when it pops!" - Jørn - Norway.
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