June 28, 2018

On 20 July, one of the most important and well-known stages of the Tour de France will again take place: Alpe D'Huez. To honour Coppi's first victory there in 1952,  

Tour de France organisers have partnered with us to offer the chance for 50 Eroici to take part in a special few days at the famous climb.​

This is a unique and unmissable opportunity to share the Eroica spirit during one of cycling's most historial moments. On the day of the event we will ride the climb through the massive crowds, and the following day we will lead out the actual Pro Peloton for the first kilometers of the race during a neutralised start.
To participate in this experience, you must have a bike from 1952 or earlier and matching vintage gear!

Wednesday 18.07
Arrival and set-up Eroico campsite

Thursday 19.07
Ride up Alpe d'Huez stage and watch the race (as spectators)

Friday 20.07
Morning: 'Tour de France meets Eroica’ at Bourg d’Oisans: visit podium + lap of honour to the starting line
Afternoon: Eroica Ride to include Alpe d’Huez with a food stop at the finish
Evening dinner at Bourg d’Oisans
Depart after dinner (or the following morning)

Cost for 3 days: €35 per person to include:
- dinner in Bourg d’Oisans on 20.07 (dinner + 1 glass of wine + live music)
- Eroica campsite accommodation* (must bring their own tent and equipment)
- participation in the ‘Tour de France meets Eroica’ event on 20.7
- food stop at Alpe d’Huez on 20.07

Registration for the event ends 30 June 2018

*The "Eroica campsite" is free of charge and reserved for Eroica cyclists who must bring their own tents and equipment. A safe place to store our bikes will be provided.

For those who prefer to stay in more comfortable accommodation, at their own expense, please be aware that there are not many hotels in the Oisans area. We would therefore advise you to book as soon as possible.
All registrants must apply for consdieration. 
Please send 3-4 photos along with your application.






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