This event has taken place
Congratulations to everyone who took part. We're waiting on information about the next edition of this event.
Did you race? Let the community know how you got on and leave a review.Add your review
Want to see all previous and future editions of this event, find them below.
Haute Route Alps
Megève, FranceMegève, France
Sat 22nd August 2020
Our packages include return airport transfers, half board accommodation, guided warm up ride & sportive entry. 8 night trips available.
This is a classic 7 stage race over the most iconic climbs in the region and your chance to experience the life of a pro cyclist for a week. The race starts in stylish Megeve and heads down to Nice over 7 mountainous stages. The average day is around 130km with 2500-3500m of climbing with 2-4 big climbs per day, post ride massage, mechanics cleaning your bikes every day, and team briefings over dinner each evening. In the middle is a time trial (typically up a classic climb) which combines as a rest day in the afternoon.
You will be expertly supported by our team of mechanics who will keep your bikes in perfect order, and our DS who will run through route briefs each evening with tips for the stage. We will have private feed stops with a bag drop service on each stage and we stay close to the race village each evening. We have been proud partners of the Haute Route for many years and know exactly what you need to ride the Haute Route at your best.
Arrival day in Geneva, transfer to Megeve. After checking into our hotel we walk to the race village to register and then have dinner back at the hotel where we run through the first stage.
Stage One: starting in Megeve. Full details to come but typically it's an early start with breakfast at 5-5.30am and a start between 7am and 8am.
Full route and itinerary details to come...
Full route details will be announced soon. This will include 6 mountain stages and one individual time trial...
The stages start early (typically at 7am with breakfast from 5am) with a neutralised section before the race breaks up on the first climb. We have a private feed stop in each section and there is also Mavic support and an army of volunteers to marshall the roads.