Date 15.-21.7.2018

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...

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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...

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The SPORTOGRAF crew did lie in waiting a lot at this year's BIKE Transalp powered by Sigma; on the mountains, at the tracks and down in the valley finally coming home with tons of photos.

Thousands of shots full of emotions and action are now available for purchase. Get your personalised package HERE.

True to the motto that the end of a race kicks of the training for the next one, Race Organisers have also confirmed the date for the 21st edition of the MTB classic through the Alps.

From July 15 to 21, 2018, hundreds of mountain bikers from all over the world will accept the challenge of crossing the main ridge of the Alps in teams of two again.

Daniel Geismayr and Hermann Pernsteiner have successfully kept hold to their BIKE Transalp powered by Sigma title. The Austrian champion and his fellow countryman mastered the 544.80 km and 17,987 metres of climbing featured in this years anniversary edition in a time of 22:43.02,2.

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Distance: 79.12 km

Metres of climbing: 2,117 m

Saddles: Passo Coé (1,610 m), Monte Faé (932 m)

Difficulty: ¤ ¤ ¤ ¤

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Daniel Geismayr and Hermann Pernsteiner have not only clinched the sixth and therefore penultimate stage of the 2017 BIKE Transalp powered by Sigma but also have taken an huge step to successfully keeping hold on their titles by winning their fourth stage this week.

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