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Tour de la Resistance

14 - 16 September 2017 /

Overview

Tour de la Resistance is a 3 day bike-packing adventure on the roads and tracks in the mountains near Lake Annecy. Just like the classic La Resistance one-day event, TDLR is not a race but a mini-adventure over challenging terrain where team work is essential.

 

Pricing

  • €250,00
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Itinerary

Thursday 14 September

Day One begins in Talloires, the home of La Resistance and traverses the Bauges Massif and the steep Hurtières Massif, before heading down into the Maurienne valley to La Chambre, where the teams will spend the night under canvas and swap stories over a beer and a burger laid on by us.

Friday 15 September

Day Two goes over the infamous Col de la Madeleine via a little-known gravel way, before heading back to Talloires for the night via more climbs and dramatic Savoie mountain roads.

Saturday 16 September

Day Three joins up with La Resistance one day event to take on the challenging full 130km course.

Tour de La Resistance is a team-only event and entries are limited to 50 teams of 2 riders or more. The first 2 days are unmarshalled and unsupported.

Bike Rental

Our fleet of Open and 3T gravel bikes are available to rent for this weekend. Click here to book your bike

What's Included

  • Routes for days 1 and 2 in GPX format (day 3 signposted)
  • Waterproof maps
  • Entry to La Resistance
  • Entry to La Guinguette with reserved table for TDLR riders
  • Camping and tent rental on night of Day One
  • BBQ and beers at the campsite on evening of Day One
  • Breakfast at the campsite on morning of Day Two

What's not included?

  • Other hotel accommodation
  • Travel insurance
  • Bike rental

 

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