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Where I Ride: Danilo Wyss

23. May 2018 — BMC Racing Team Stories
BMC Racing Team Stories

Ever wondered where our riders like to the train the most? Or what one of their favorite rides might be? Our new 'Where I Ride' series, tells you just that!

First up is Danilo Wyss, who is taking you to his home country of Switzerland for his favorite ride.

Find out about more about his Romandie route below, including where to stop for that all important coffee, and then download the GPX file to take a close look and perhaps try it out for yourself... 

"One of my favorite training rides starts with some flat road around the lake and then on this ride, I do three 15-20-minute climbs but there are many other options to do longer or different climbs.

I do most of my climbing training in this area because the roads are really quiet and a it’s a beautiful area. You always have a great view of the lake and the Alps.

The top of the third climb in Provence is a stunning place to stop and take a picture of the view.

Then, on the way back, I stop at the Boulangerie Gerber-Wyss in Yverdon. It’s a great place for a good coffee and a cookie at the end of a good training ride.

Séverin Gerber and Grégory Wyss (not related to me) are good friends of mine. They are doing really good things and it's definitely the place to stop for a coffee. They are also cycling fans and made some special bread for the Tour de Romandie.

From there I have around one hour to go to get home and I can always add a few more 10-minute climbs if I want to make the training harder. For me, this ride is rated as a six or seven (out of ten) depending on the workouts I do on the climbs."

Download the GPX file for Danilo's ride here. 

And, don't forget to tell us what you thought on Twitter. Tweet us on @BMCProTeam using #WhereIRide. 

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