In 2024, enthusiasts of the Dolomites are in for a treat, with no less than five stages traversing through this stunning Italian mountain range. Iconic passes like the Falzarego, Fedaia, Monte Grappa, and the Pordoi await, alongside hidden gems like the Passo Brocon, Passo Grobera, and the Passo Redebus. As tradition dictates, the journey concludes in the picturesque setting of Arco on Lake Garda. Seven enchanting stages in a fairytale landscape—hard to imagine anything more breathtaking.
In recent years, the TOUR Transalp has solidified its status as one of the premier cycling events. This captivating Alpine race stands as the ultimate highlight for cycling enthusiasts. Participation is open for both teams and solo riders.
Riding the TOUR Transalp is a lifelong aspiration for many cyclists, prompting dedicated training and preparation. Beyond the athletic challenge, the emphasis is placed on enjoyment, marveling at the course, and fostering team spirit.
Participation in Tour Transalp is available across various age categories, allowing individuals or teams to join the race. A team is always composed of two riders and can be formed by men, women, or a mix of both.
Every category competes daily for stage victories, and naturally, an overall classification is maintained for each class. The diverse categories ensure that Tour Transalp is inclusive, welcoming riders of all ages.