Races We Are Contesting In
Choose the one that motivates you the most, train and get ready to live an unforgettable experience next to your road bike, and find the perfect one that you will contest in.
Sure that once you’ve gotten to see a stage of the Tour de France on the sofa of your house and you have imagined yourself competing alongside the best in the world in a high return. The truth is that reaching the level to run next to Valverde, Froome, and co. It’s practically impossible, but we can live a style experience running some of the best amateur races on the planet. Fascinating places, the best cycling environment, very tough tests the options on this list are ideal for you if you want to live an unforgettable adventure next to your road bike:
It is one of the most historic classics of the UCI calendar and also has an event open to amateur cyclists. This year will be the 13th of April, and those who participate in it will have to cover the same route as the professionals: 170 km in a single stage with a very long stretch of pavé and in which the French public takes you in Yolanda.
- The stage of the Tour
We commented on the intro: can you imagine living from within a stage of the Tour de France? So it is possible! This year, the organization of the mythical Grand Tour will allow fans to run the 20th stage of the race. It will be July 21 and participants will have to cover 135 km between the French Municipality of Albertville and the ski resort of Val Thorns in a circuit that runs through 3 ports of excellent hardness.
- Race Across America
If you want to travel and are more motivated by a multi-day Challenge, Race Across America is made for you. It crosses the United States from coast to coast and can be done individually or by teams. For many, it is the hardest race on the planet: almost 5,000 kilometers and about 53,000 meters of altitude the brutality that very few manage to complete every year!
If the Race Across America seemed crazy to you, look at this: Transcontinental participants will have to cross Europe without outside help and alone. This race every year changes course, and in 2019, the cyclists will leave Burgas (Bulgaria) on 26 July and arrive in Brest (France) totaling a total of about 4,000 km.
To conclude, we propose a challenge in Norway of much fewer kilometers than the previous two Tests but of a similar difficulty to swim contemptible. The organization of this race of 543 kilometers and 4,000 meters of altitude only grants you 36 hours to reach meta. Without a doubt, finishing Styrkeproven is a feat reserved for the best amateur cyclists in the world.