10/19/19 UPDATE: Thanks for your interest in employment with the Cycling House! As of Winter 2018/19 we are currently accepting applications for trip leaders. We do not need any more guides for the 2019 season.
The Cycling House is looking for exceptional people who want a unique career that combines destination travel leadership along with the cycling and workouts of a serious endurance athlete. The Cycling House is a world class provider of cycling camps and training weeks for passionate cyclists and triathletes. We operate in a growing number of locations including Tucson, AZ; Solvang, CA; towns throughout Montana; Mallorca, Spain; the French Alps; Provence, France; and Tuscany, Italy. As a team member you would be responsible for creating memorable training experiences for our guests such as helping them climb Mt. Lemmon or refine descending skills. All of our staff and guides are top caliber and enjoy working hard, training hard, and delivering top quality experiences – which results in deep team and guest relationships. We are looking for leaders who can do a world class job with style and professionalism.
On this page you’ll find guidelines and expectations for our guides, chefs, and other staff.
The ultimate goal as a Cycling House staff member is to provide our guests with an unforgettable cycling travel experience and have a heck of a good time in the process. This job is not easy. We facilitate a warm and welcoming environment where people feel comfortable, encouraged, and supported. Over-communicating with other guides and our clients is imperative and we constantly work on improving the experiences we offer. Ultimately, we want our guests to experience the “essence” of The Cycling House, which you’ll learn all about after joining our team. We’re the catalyst for our clients’ experiences and it’s our job to deliver our amazing experience and enjoy the ride.
Every team member at our company works toward the above stated goal. The Cycling House is composed of talented, motivated, and fun-loving individuals who are extremely passionate about and dedicated to creating extraordinary experiences for our guests. Fulfilling this commitment is not an easy job, and it’s not for everyone. Both the challenges and the rewards, are abundant.
It’s ultimately our guides, chefs, and camp directors who have the most impact on our guests’ experiences. We place great focus on and take tremendous pride in the quality and selection of every single one of our staff members.
Check out what our guides are up to at #TCHguidelife
– Owen Gue, President