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  • Italy
  • 1.124m
  • 1.9km

Muro di Sormano (1.124m), it’s two kilometers for bike heroes. With an average gradient of 17% and maximum of 25%. Without a doubt this is one of the hardest cycling paths in the world.

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  • Italy
  • 1.852m
  • 11.4km

After you have climbed the Mortirolo (1.852m) via the village Mazzo everything seems to be flat. This is an extremely heavy climb, it’s like riding in slowmotion all the way.

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  • France
  • 1.912m
  • 21.3km

Mont Ventoux (1.912m) got some impressive nick names, not only because of the climb itself, but also you can be fighting against strong winds and huge temperature difference.

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  • France
  • 2.115m
  • 18.5km

Col du Tourmalet (2.115m) is the highest paved climb in the French Pyrenees. Nicked named as the terrible mountain, this climb is a slow killer with a final punch at the end.

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  • France
  • 1.924m
  • 22.2km

Col du Glandon (1.924m), first used in Tour de France in 1947, is maybe not as long as the Col du Galibier nor as relentless as Alpe d’Huez, but still some think it’s harder than both!

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  • Belgium
  • 103m
  • 1.1km

Muur van Geraardsbergen is breathtaking in any sense. It’s is just 1km, but this climb is like a medieval bridle way with a pitch of 20% close to the top.

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  • Belgium
  • 77m
  • 0.6km

The Koppenberg is merciless, one mistake can be fatal. The best cyclist in the world, Eddy Merckx, had to get off and climbed the Koppenberg with the bike on his shoulder.

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  • Austria
  • 2.571m
  • 21.4km

The Grosslockner (2.556m) is the ultimate challenge for many two-wheel fans. You will be in your bottom gear for pretty much the whole climb.

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Events

5 JUly | This is passion on a bike
Maratona dles Dolomites
  • Italy
  • 5 July 2020

Said to be one of the most memorable with both start and finish in Corvara. Maratona dles Dolomites will test your physical and mental strength. You will ride seven spectacular mountain passes in the Dolomites. This event sellout fast. It’s said to be one of the biggest, most passionate and...

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28 June | Tribute to Fausto Coppi
La Fausto Coppi
  • Italy
  • 28 June 2020

The La Fausto Coppi is one of the main events in the Italian Gran Fondo scene. Every one participating in this ride will get a jersey with the flag from his or her country of origin. So you will ride in an incredible united peloton.

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23 May | 12 hours for five climbs
Seorak Granfondo
  • Korea
  • 23 May 2020

If you want to finish Seorak Granfondo, you have the push your pedals hard. You got five climbs ahead of you and only 12 hours to make it to the finish line. This cycling event is held every May in Seorak Mountain area. The scenery is beautiful and the toughest...

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Average price per night EUR 45
  • Andorra

At Mountain Hostel Tarter you can perfectly rest from them grueling mountain stages. Awarded a bike friendly seal of approval they just got the perfect punchline to settle down this remark ‘Sleep & Ride’.

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Routes

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  • Netherlands
  • 360hm
  • 99.2km

This is a to and fro ride from Wageningen with the ultimate goal to ride the landing strip at Airbase Soesterberg. This ride will go through the nature park Utrechtse Heuvelrug and you will tackle some of its famous climbs.

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Alto de l’Angliru
  • Spain
  • 3.617m
  • 86.3km

This one is a to and fro ride starting in Pola de Lena. On the menu is the Alto de l’Angliru, or better said “The Pain in Spain’’. Within just 90 kilometers you will face more than 3.000 altimeters.

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Passo Gardena
  • Italy
  • 1.985m
  • 66.1km

The Classic Sellaronda loop should be ridden by every cyclist at least just once. The ride itself is below 70 kilometers in distance. At the end of the day you gained 1.845 altimeters, tick off four climbs having three above 2.000 meters and climbs famous from the Giro d’Italia.

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