Date 24. - 30.06.2018

BREAK YOUR LIMITS

Spectacular trails, stunning passes, well-known stage locations, professional event structure and participants from over 30 countries...

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BREAK YOUR LIMITS

Spectacular trails, stunning passes, well-known stage locations, professional event structure and participants from over 30 countries...

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BREAK YOUR LIMITS

Spectacular trails, stunning passes, well-known stage locations, professional event structure and participants from over 30 countries...

Read more

BREAK YOUR LIMITS

Spectacular trails, stunning passes, well-known stage locations, professional event structure and participants from over 30 countries...

Read more

BREAK YOUR LIMITS

Spectacular trails, stunning passes, well-known stage locations, professional event structure and participants from over 30 countries...

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It was pretty obvious that no one was envious of Marc Schneider's job during the race week of the TOUR Transalp as freak weather gave him some hard times during the 2017 event edition. In this interview, the Race Director looks back on some ups and downs.

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Frederic Glorieux and Bob Michels have claimed victory at the 15th TOUR Transalp. Team Prostyle-Grinta!, which had missed the title two years ago by the tiny mere of 7.2 seconds, mastered the total distance of 867.24 kilometres and 18,233 metres of climbing from Sonthofen to Lake Garda in a time of...

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Distance: 128.59 km

Metres of climbing: 1,909 m

Cols: Passo Ampola (730 m), Passo San Rocco (940 m), Tremosine (668 m)

Difficulty: ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤

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Belgian riders Frederic Glorieux and Bob Michels have prevailed in the sixth stage of the 2017 TOUR Transalp and are now, thanks to their third win in total, close to their first Transalp title. Team Prostyle-Grinta! mastered the 120.74 km and 2,365 metres of climbing from Aprica to Pieve di Ledro,...

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Last year, Norwegian Hege Tjogersen Bjerke was ready to enter the TOUR Transalp alongside her husband Henning. But being diagnosed with cancer on March 18 sidelined her from action and buried her dream of crossing the Alps. However, one year later, she is back to business and part of the field.

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