Number of places : 2500
Cernay - France
Sunday, June 26, 2022
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Descriptions

  1. Descriptions

EXCEPTIONAL COURSES FOR EVERY AIM

COL AMIC
Minimum age
15 years
Start time
From 8 am to 10 am
Type of event
Randonnée
Number of feed zones
1
Timing
No
Number of cut-off times
0
Officials - Safety
No
Number of climbs
5
Feed Zone required
No
Maximum gradient
11%

COL AMIC crosses fields and vineyards on a separate cycle path, before tackling 10 km up a gentle slope on a shady narrow mountain road, before reaching the low pastures of the Vosges Mountains and a memorial site.
All types of bikes can be used on the randonnée, including e-bikes. Entrants are self-sufficient and equipped with a personalised L’Alsacienne wristband, and can taste, in moderation, the wines at the Vieil Armand cellar from 9 am, and recover their strength at the Col Amic feed zone before starting the descent to Cernay.

Minimum age
15 years
Start time
From 8 am to 10 am
Type of event
Randonnée
Number of feed zones
1
Timing
No
Number of cut-off times
0
Officials - Safety
No
Number of climbs
5
Feed Zone required
No
Maximum gradient
11%

COL AMIC crosses fields and vineyards on a separate cycle path, before tackling 10 km up a gentle slope on a shady narrow mountain road, before reaching the low pastures of the Vosges Mountains and a memorial site.
All types of bikes can be used on the randonnée, including e-bikes. Entrants are self-sufficient and equipped with a personalised L’Alsacienne wristband, and can taste, in moderation, the wines at the Vieil Armand cellar from 9 am, and recover their strength at the Col Amic feed zone before starting the descent to Cernay.

BRAMONT
Minimum age
17 years
Start time
8.30 am
Type of event
Rando-sportive
Number of feed zones
4
Timing
Yes
Number of cut-off times
2
Officials - Safety
Yes
Number of climbs
7
Feed Zone required
Yes
Maximum gradient
12%

BRAMONT passes through the most beautiful scenery in the Vosges Mountains. Imagine the infinite horizon as you climb the Grand Ballon, the highest summit in the Vosges. Enjoy a breathtaking sense of freedom on the Route des Crêtes with its panorama of the Alps and views overlooking the lakes at the bottom of the valley.

This superb course will enable you to experience the atmosphere of a mass cycling event in the mountains. Special attention must be given however to your physical preparation in order to appreciate the scenery within the time allowed.

Minimum age
17 years
Start time
8.30 am
Type of event
Rando-sportive
Number of feed zones
4
Timing
Yes
Number of cut-off times
2
Officials - Safety
Yes
Number of climbs
7
Feed Zone required
Yes
Maximum gradient
12%

BRAMONT passes through the most beautiful scenery in the Vosges Mountains. Imagine the infinite horizon as you climb the Grand Ballon, the highest summit in the Vosges. Enjoy a breathtaking sense of freedom on the Route des Crêtes with its panorama of the Alps and views overlooking the lakes at the bottom of the valley..

This superb course will enable you to experience the atmosphere of a mass cycling event in the mountains. Special attention must be given however to your physical preparation in order to appreciate the scenery within the time allowed.

PLATZER
Minimum age
18 years
Start time
7.30 am
Type of event
Rando-sportive
Number of feed zones
5
Timing
Yes
Number of cut-off times
2
Officials - Safety
Yes
Number of climbs
12
Feed Zone required
Yes
Maximum gradient
23%

PLATZER has lots of climbs and descents on real mountain roads, with cobblestones and surprising gradients. This course, recognised as one of the most difficult in France, enables climbers to show all their skills.

PLATZER requires continuous and sometimes intense efforts. Entrants must therefore be in good general health and have had suitable training to fully enjoy the course and reach the finish line within the time limit.

Minimum age
18 years
Start time
7.30 am
Type of event
Rando-sportive
Number of feed zones
5
Timing
Yes
Number of cut-off times
2
Officials - Safety
Yes
Number of climbs
12
Feed Zone required
Yes
Maximum gradient
23%

PLATZER has lots of climbs and descents on real mountain roads, with cobblestones and surprising gradients. This course, recognised as one of the most difficult in France, enables climbers to show all their skills.

PLATZER requires continuous and sometimes intense efforts. Entrants must therefore be in good general health and have had suitable training to fully enjoy the course and reach the finish line within the time limit.

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