Newsletters

Ventoux 18 Newsletter #3

In this week’s newsletter, we share with you details about accommodation options, a reminder to upload your medical certificate and anti-doping regulations. There is also a look at the official Mavic Haute Route Ventoux 2018 kit, and we take a look at the ascent up Mont Ventoux from Sault that you will take on during stage 1.

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Ventoux 18 Newsletter #2

Welcome to your second newsletter in the lead up to the event in October. This week, we share with you information on how to get in touch with us, the rules and regulations as well as details of the official beer of the event that you will get to enjoy after each stage.

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Ventoux 18 Newsletter #1

In this first newsletter, we take a look at what’s in store across the three stages, as well as some of the additional services that are available and the private Facebook group for all Ventoux participants. There’s also a brand-new video looking at the day in the life of a bike on the Haute Route and a training plan from Wattbike.

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Pyrénées 18 Newsletter #10

In this week’s newsletter, we share with you a few final reminders and also present to you the rider’s services team that will be onsite. There is also some information for those of you who will be accompanied by friends and family onsite.

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Alps 18 Newsletter #10

In this week’s newsletter, we share with you your roadbook as well as a reminder to upload your medical certificate if it hasn’t been done yet. There are also details about registration day and your participant relations team onsite during the event. Finally, there’s also some information for friends and family and the Cryotherapy experience offered by Tag Heuer during the event.


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Alps 18 Newsletter #9

With just over a month to go before we welcome you in Megève, we share with you in this week’s newsletter a few important pieces of information for the event.

You will find your bib number and the GPX files for the seven stages, as well as insurance details and information on how your friends and family can follow the event.

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Alps 18 Newsletter #8

In this week’s newsletter, we share with you an important document containing a selection of key information for the event. There is also a reminder to book airport shuttles and details on how to follow the Haute Route Alpe d’Huez this weekend.

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Pyrénées 18 Newsletter #9

With just over a month to go before we welcome you in Pau, we share with you this week a few important pieces of information for the event. On top of finding your bib number and the gpx files, you will also find information on insurance, airport shuttles and details on how your friends and family can follow the event.

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Pyrénées 18 Newsletter #8

In this week’s newsletter, we share with you a PDF containing a host of key information relating to the event. This document aims to answer any questions or queries you may have at this point about the event, and provide some information relating to the stages and what to expect each day.

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Haute Route Oman 19

With registrations open, the race is now on to secure a place in the peloton for what is going to be one of the most challenging tests for amateur road racers in one of the most unique settings on the entire Haute Route calendar.

Here’s a sneak peek of what to expect!

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Haute Route Oman 19 Announcement

Staying true to its ambition of expanding its global calendar of events, Haute Route has added its first ever Middle Eastern event to its exciting 2019 calendar.

The brand new three-day Haute Route Oman event will be held from 1-3 March 2019. With two classic stages and one Individual Time Trial, it will offer a spectacular scenic experience in a country renowned for its incredible desert landscapes, towering mountains and crystal-clear waters.

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Dolomites 18 Newsletter #1​

In this first newsletter, we take a look at what’s in store across the three stages, as well as some of the additional services that are available and the private Facebook group for all Dolomites participants. There’s also a brand-new video looking at the day in the life of a bike on the Haute Route, a training plan from Wattbike and some new Mavic products that could come in handy.

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