CampoVelo Brings More Than Just Cycling to the Napa Valley
March 28, 2017
This April 28-30, the inaugural CampoVelo will perfectly pair world-class cycling, mouth-watering cuisine and libations, guaranteeing an undeniably unique and memorable weekend. All brought together under the new Las Alcobas Hotel featuring Chef Chris Cosentino’s restaurant, the Acacia House.
Each day will feature a multitude of riding options whether you brought your mountain bike to get dirty, your climbing wheels to hit the hills or your steel rig to cruise through the vineyards in style. For non-riders, there is a yoga class and hike on Saturday as well. Clif Family Winery will have tastings on Friday along with their Bruschetteria Food Truck dishing out delectable eats. Brasswood Cellars will be serving lunch on Saturday and a curated list of wineries will be pouring: Hill Family Estates, ZD Wines, Reynolds Family Winery, Priest Ranch and Flora Springs. Mad Fritz will be sampling their uniquely crafted beers as well.
Sunday sees the weekend culminate with a big ride, offering a variety of route options to choose from, followed by a “Pigs, Pizza & Paella” lunch to be held at the iconic Charles Krug Winery, a staple in the Napa Valley wine industry for 150 years.
Guests can choose from special dinner events or enjoy one of Napa Valley’s many world-class restaurants each evening.
And what’s more, CampoVelo supports good causes. With the mantra to “do good, one pedal stroke at a time” CampoVelo will benefit Chefs Cycle, a No Kid Hungry program, the Napa County Bicycle Coalition, the Napa Valley Vine Trail and World Bicycle Relief.
The time is nearly here; Napa Valley weather and riding conditions will be prime this Spring…come join us for world-class cycling, mouth-watering cuisine and libations. Space is limited, reserve your spot at the inaugural CampoVelo today!
Complete event details and registration information can be found at www.campovelo.com.