First stage on Sunday 21 June, 2020
Duration: 7 days Distance: 800km & 18,000 vertical metres
From Sunday June 21 to Saturday June 27 2020, 1,000 cyclists will take on the the Tour Transalp. The route this year is unique, taking ridders over lesser known, but incredible, passes and famous mountains, such as the Monte Grappa. Spectacular trails, stunning passes, well-known stage locations, professional event structure and participants from over 30 countries, coupled with the unrivalled support from the Sports Tours International team make the Tour Transalp a unique and unforgettable experience.
Some of the world's best will still battle it out this weekend. This Sunday the virtual Tour of Flanders will take place. Van Aert, Van Avermaet and Alberto Bettiol and many more have confirmed they are riding. We can't wait. Read more @Cyclingnewsfeed cyclingnews.com/news/evenepoe…
To make things perhaps a little easier, we've reduced the travel package deposit required to guarantee your trip. You can find out more by clicking here bit.ly/2JnihFv #challengeroth pic.twitter.com/apsuKbT4SJ
there's going to be a very limited number of entries available. So, if you've made the promise to yourself that you'll take on Challenge Roth in 2021, you need to book soon as availability is limited.
Update on Challenge Roth 2021: We know that looking for an event in 2021 may not be the priority but we need to update you regarding Challenge Roth 2021. Our packages are now on sale but due to the number of people rolling over from 2020 to 2021
We know that times are slightly different at the moment. That's why @Haute_Route are bringing their races to you. This weekend you can experience a Haute Route from your home. Find out more about this fantastic new online event here hauteroute.org/events/overvie… #HauteRoute #staysafe