Looking for a late-season event? Haute Route has it!


If you’re still looking for an event to ride this autumn, the Haute Route has you covered with events in Europe, the United States, Mexico, and China!

In September, Haute Route San Francisco escapes the hustle of the city to ride through redwood forests in Marin County, a stage to the south of the city, and a private ferry ride to an exclusive time trial on Angel Island. In early October, Haute Route Ventoux is the ideal event to close out your European season. Explore the quaint villages and quiet roads of the Provence countryside and climb the mighty Mont Ventoux in three different ways.

Two of our newest and most exciting events close out the 2019 Haute Route season in October: Haute Route Mexico and Haute Route Qingcheng in China.

Read on below to pick your end of season event, and check out the highlights from Haute Route Asheville as well.

With great weather, a big field of riders, and plenty of Southern hospitality, Haute Route Asheville was a big hit with riders last weekend. Check out the video below to see highlights from a great weekend in the Blue Ridge Mountains!

Haute Route San Francisco, 27-29th Sep
Combining steep climbs with ocean views, towering redwood forests, and a Time Trial on Angel Island, Haute Route San Francisco offers a great end of season challenge.

Find out more about the course here.

Haute Route Ventoux, 4-6th Oct
Based in Bédoin, at the foot of Mont Ventoux, you can make the most of the fall weather with 3 days of memorable riding through picturesque villages in the Provence countryside, and discover all three sides of Mont Ventoux!

Find out more about the course here.

Haute Route Mexico, 18-20th Oct
Enjoy the quiet pine forests, stunning roads and incredible views of the Lago Avándaro on the first edition of Haute Route Mexico. Experience the rich local culture and welcoming host community.

Find out more about the event here.

Haute Route Qingcheng, 25-27th Oct
Experience the colourful historic towns, incredible temples, bamboo forests and Giant Pandas that China has to offer. Located in the Sichuan Provence, the first Haute Route in China is based at the foot of the Qingcheng mountain, one of the most famous Taoist mountains in China.

Find out more about the event here.