RIDE 100 MILES OF EPIC ADVENTURE AND LOW-KEY LUXURY IN HUDSON VALLEY.
Hudson Valley is one the Northeast’s most stunning landscapes—one that can only be fully experienced up close and in person. Join us on this thrilling ride through the region’s seasonal colors and awesome bounty. The perfect mix of physical performance, farm-fresh food, local culture and science-backed recovery, this trip has been designed by the experts at Equinox to help you truly unlock your full potential.
DEFY YOUR LIMITS ON THIS EXPERT-LED CYCLING JOURNEY.
These three days are all about you—and pushing yourself further and faster than you ever thought possible. Inspired by the classic American landscapes and guided by a Tier X Coach and our elite team of cyclists, you will lock into your competitive spirit and fully experience 100 stirring miles of ups, downs and everything in between.
Tier X Coach: Lisa Feldermann
Lisa is an expert Tier X Coach Manager based out of Summit, NJ. Lisa has been a PT for over 18 years and has a master's degree in Exercise Psychology focused specifically on mindfulness, attentional focus and motivation. An avid cyclist, Lisa has competed as a triathlete for a decade, in Ironman competitions and coaches endurance cyclists on nutrition to help them maximize their racing performance.
A HISTORIC STAY FOR MODERN TRAVELLERS. TROUTBECK IS TIMELESS.
Troutbeck is the perfect Hudson Valley hideaway. The enduring appeal of this must-visit countryside estate has claimed hold of a century’s worth of artists and visionaries. Be among their brilliant spirits. From the wood-burning fireplaces to farm-fresh dining and superior service, Troutbeck is equal parts authentic luxury and local charm.
Troutbeck Owner: Anthony Champalimaud
For Troutbeck owner Anthony Champalimaud the historic property he and his wife Charlie, a preservationist, and mother, designer Alexandra Champalimaud, have restored so gloriously is not meant to be a museum, but “a place where people want to come to be together.” The family’s dedication to hospitality runs deep. Fitting for a property that has been hosting guests since 1765.
RESTORATIVE MEALS AND SEASONAL FLAVORS FOUND ONLY IN THE VALLEY.
Tier X has teamed up with Troutbeck Executive Chef Gabe McMackin and FarmOn! Founder Tessa Edick to create a restorative, replenishing and memorable weekend of meals using ingredients from the rolling farmlands you’ll pass each day. Specially designed for optimal pre and post-ride nourishment, the locally sourced and hyper-seasonal menu features farm-to-plate greens, lean proteins, fruits and pasture-raised eggs.
Executive Chef: Gabe McMackin
Gabe McMackin is the executive chef at Troutbeck and owner and chef at Michelin-starred The Finch of Brooklyn, NY. Gabe brings over twenty five years of distinguished culinary experience to the region.
FarmOn! Founder: Tessa Edick
Tessa Edick is an author, school food activist, founder + board chair of the FarmOn! Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to raising the awareness of honest food-choices and sustainable practices.
SCIENCE-BACKED REGENERATION TO RESTORE MUSCLES AND SUPERCHARGE RECOVERY.
Optimal post-ride recovery starts with Equinox’s science-backed and expert-vetted recovery services. From mobile Hyperice Hypersphere® massage therapy to assisted stretching and deep breathing sessions, we’ll help you recover faster, regen deeper, and feel ready for what’s next.
HIDDEN ROADS. LOCAL CHARMS. QUINTESSENTIAL COUNTRYSIDE.
The Hudson Valley’s pastoral landscapes and panoramic views have inspired everyone from Mark Twain to Ralph Waldo Emerson. Charming villages and quaint farmhouses emphasize the surrounding natural beauty. But don’t let the outward ruralness of the area fool you, scratch the surface and you’ll find sophisticated galleries, fashionable boutiques, and stylish eateries.
Co-Director Wassaic Project: Eve Biddle
Eve Biddle is an artist and co-director of the Wassaic Project, a non-profit organization that uses art and arts education to foster positive social change. Eve and her team will host us for an exclusive visit to Wassaic Project.