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Just make sure, if you want to be part of the general classification, you have to participate in races from only 1 timezone.



6:00 pm (PST)

11,2 km

810 m

STAGE 1: Passo Sella | ITALY 🇮🇹

Passo Sella is a famous climb in the Italian Alps. The northern part of this cycling famous country is full of mountains, which are often ridden during Giro d'Italia.


Choose your pace carefully! In such a climb, an inappropriate pace at the beginning can be fatal to the rest of the race. Do not overestimate yourself - you can alway go faster, so think about your tactics twice.


6:00 pm (PST)

26,3 km

211 m

STAGE 2: Caves route | AUSTRALIA 🇦🇺

A tactical rider, who knows how to draft, could really have great results on this Australian route. Hot weather, sun and a smell of the ocean in the air - that is the CAVES route in Australia. ​


Just don't forget to ride on the left side of the road!


6:00 pm (PST)

18,4 km

808 m

STAGE 3: Calanca Valley | SWITZERLAND 🇨🇭

A very challenging climb in the home of famous watches is waiting for you to explore. Discover the country of terrific mountain climbs, delicious chocolate and extraordinary nature.


6:00 pm (PST)

22,4 km

443 m

STAGE 4: Villes-sur-Auzun - Monieux | FRANCE 🇫🇷

Côte d'Azur, in the southern part of France, is known for its beautiful nature, sea and weather. Many celebrities, millionaires and famous people from all over the world have homes here. ​


Discover local nature and explore French villages as you ride through them, and have fun!


6:00 pm (PST)

15,3 km

258 m

STAGE 5: La Lancha | SPAIN 🇪🇸

Everyone is tired at the end of the stage race. Do not give up - the last route is pretty short and can make a difference in your overall classification. ​


Beautiful Spanish landscapes, covered with the morning sun, are really something special! ​


This race is a TIME TRIAL, so choose your bike wisely - TT bike or ROAD bike? Choose what suits you best.


Have a look a the general classification of the racing series! Are you at the front?