Lappiere Granfondo Mont Ventoux
The newest and slickest Ventoux sportive which passes the Veloventoux doorstep. Fantastic organisation, great goody bag, free jersey and massage available after the event. Just a 10 minutes ride from the Veloventoux house down to the startline.
La Ventoux Beaumes de Venise
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Ventoux to Alpe d'Huez
The ultimate Veloventoux challenge – our very own creation! Watch the famous Ventoux sunrise then in the same day get to Alpe d’Huez before sunset. Just the small matter of 265km and 7000m of climbing between the two.
Milan - San Remo
The genuine Milan – San Remo Granfondo. One of the longest amateur classics in the world at 296km on the same route as the pro race. As official tour operators we can offer you Gold Grid start numbers and 4 star accommodation.
events quick questions
Yes you do. In some cases your countries racing licence will do but you need to check with the organiser.
There are no time limits in The Ventoux Granfondos but if you are seriously slow getting round the broom waggon will pass you and you’ll no longer be part of the event and could miss the feed stations.
Yes but you don’t need to get involved.At the front the first finishers are often pro riders and to win one of these events is an impressive achievement.
There are prizes for the overall GC and then for each individual age group.
They are essential to the event especially on hot days for liquids. They can be a bit messy so that’s why we do a private stop for our guests and you can even supplement this with your own favourite race food.
Yes! especially at the start. Whilst most of the top riders usually get priority places near the front there will always be faster riders behind you trying to work their way up to the front so leave the left hand side of the road free for faster riders to come through.
Be careful on descents, don’t hog the road and let faster descenders through.