Date 16. - 22.07.2017

LIVE YOUR DREAM

Spectacular trails, tough climbs, fantastic mountain passes, breathtaking panorama views, beautiful stage towns and racers from more than 40 countries...

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LIVE YOUR DREAM

Spectacular trails, tough climbs, fantastic mountain passes, breathtaking panorama views, beautiful stage towns and racers from more than 40 countries...

Read more

LIVE YOUR DREAM

Spectacular trails, tough climbs, fantastic mountain passes, breathtaking panorama views, beautiful stage towns and racers from more than 40 countries...

Read more

LIVE YOUR DREAM

Spectacular trails, tough climbs, fantastic mountain passes, breathtaking panorama views, beautiful stage towns and racers from more than 40 countries...

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In our fourth part of our 20 years of Transalp racing series we take you back some 15 years when one US-American wrote history by crossing the Alps as first with a major handicap.

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You are keen to discover the BIKE Transalp adventure but haven't found the perfect partner yet or don't feel comfortable to complete all seven stages? No worries: for the first time in the history of the world's most famous mountain bike stage race for the average Joe, taster sessions are on offer.

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Uli Stanciu is the father of the Transalp. The former editor-in-chief of the BIKE Magazin came up with the idea of a Alps crossing mountain bike race after he had done several tours from Bavaria to Lake Garda in the 1990's. Here is an interview we did with the former Race Director of the world's first ever mountain bike stage race.

You are up for winning a team entry for Europe's most prestigious mountain bike stage race? And you are also backing the P. Jentschura products? Then it's time to apply with your Jentschura jersey to our long-time finish area partner.

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They were racing in the leader jerseys – but unfortunately a longer distance than their competitors. Back in 1998, at the inaugural BIKE Transalp, two racers were not only struggling with the climbs but also with the little white loose-leaf.

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