google-site-verification=ZCmTGQSPtqllSTOsC4u47alX5ManlsLlfRecXB9wYNk Pro Race | Tour De France | Alps to Paris






120 KM


1'500 MT



Watch our co-founder, Simon Clarke, race the most important stage race in the world, and cheer for him and all your favorite champions on the iconic alpine Cols.

The 2020 edition will be very open as many GC contenders will also be looking at the Olimpic games in Tokyo only few days after the end of the Tour. Who is going to take home the Maillot Jeaune, the Yellow Jersey?  

Experience the incredible atmosphere of the Tour, ride yourself some of the most famous climbs in the world and enjoy the last parade on the Champs Elysees in Paris!

Thanks to the Course design, we will be based for 5 days in the Chambery, allowing us to watch 4 stages live on the road without transferring too much. We will then move to Genevre for 2 days and then driving to Paris!, 

Another Tour not to be missed!


Regions visited: Chambery, Genevre and Paris!

7 Giro Stages including the final ITT at the Planche des Belles Filles and final parade in PARIS!


  • START-FINISH: Chambery / Paris

  • Difficulty level: 4 (Intermediate-Advanced)

  • Average distance: 100km

  • Average elevetion: 1500m

  • Main route: 850km

  • Recommended Arrival Airport: Lyon - Genevre

  • Recommened Departure Airport: Paris



  • July 11th to 20th 2020

  • July 2021


  • 10 days in twin room € 4,150

  • Single room + € 650



The experience is built for all riders able to ride for 4-5 hours. This is not a race or high intensity riding, but rather a true epic cycling Experience into the exciting atmosphere of the Le Tour de France and its legendary cols. 

We will ride as a group on the rolling terrain and as individuals or small groups on the climbs, so that everyone will enjoy the ride. On top of each major climb we will regroup to watch the pro peloton suffering, and then enjoy the descent together. As a team, we’ll support each other during the ride and make sure everyone finishes safe and happy!

All cyclists interested in cycling races, legendary climbs, and magnificent scenery will enjoy this incredible experience!


  • A fantastic tour itinerary designed by Andrea and Simon

  • All hotel accommodations in strategic hotels, generally 4 stars, in twin-double room

  • All breakfasts, 1 lunch and all dinners

  • 2 professional guides on tour (one fully qualified mechanic)

  • Regular meetings with Simon Clarke during the race, when possible 

  • Van support throughout the tour

  • All in-tour transfers

  • Snacks and food supplements including electrolytes, gels, and energy bars during rides by OTE SPORT

  • Garmin 810-820 loan unit with maps 

  • 1 top quality cycling kit made by RAPHA (jersey, knicks, socks) 

  • 1 SCICON Race bag with your name and nationality

  • Detailed printed tour information booklet


We have selected some of the best stages offering a mix of all terrains, but there will be a lot of climbing!

The start from the Chambery is definitely not to hard, but after those sweet hills everything else is more demanding!

Some of the climbs can be challenging as well with some steep sections, but generally for short distances. The descents are generally technical but well-paved and safe. There will be some rolling terrain as well, but honestly not much! 


  • Single room

  • High-end rental bike 

  • Massage at hotel

  • Personal airport transfer

  • Alcoholic drinks

  • Guides tips

  • Travel insurance

  • Flights


Day One, Sat. 11th – Chambery Warm-up Ride

Main Route: 50km; 30mi | Total Ascent: 1000m; 3300ft

What a start! Easy Spin around the lake. This is a chance to ease out any jet lag and become accustomed to the European time zone and explore the stunning region around Chambery.

Day Two, Sun. 12th – Chambery loop to Grand Colombier – TDF stage 15 Climb

Main Route: 80km; 48mi | Total Ascent: 1700m; 4900ft

Our first big ride will take us to the summit of Grand Colombier, north of Chambery. After a flat warm up we’ll go up for 15 km and then wait for the race! Easy ride back to the Hotel, with optional bus transfer!

Day Three, Mon. 13th – Chambery loop to Isere TDF Rest day

Main Route: 85km; 51mi | Total Ascent: 2000m; 6500ft

Today we will ride around the Isere vally looking for the Pros having their recovery ride. 

We will have the option to visit the teams and buyin a coffe to Simon and EF team!

Day Four, Tue. 14th – Chambery loop to Col de Porte - TDF stage 16 Climb

Main Route: 75km; 46mi | Total Ascent: 2300m; 7200ft

Back into the race for a Mountain stage up to Col de Porte. Great ride for us to get there and watch the pros coming trough.

Day Five, Wed. 15th – Chambery loop to Meribel - TDF Stage 17 Climb

Main Route: 85km; 50mi | Total Ascent: 1800m; 7100ft

Another great day on the alps to the famous ski resort of Meribel. Two big climbs on our way: Madelaine and Col de la Loze, both over 2000m!

Day Six, Thu. 16th – Chambery to Genevre – TDF Stage 18 Climb

Main Route: 120km; 70mi | Total Ascent: 2400m; 7800ft

After  days in Chambery, we now move to Genevre and watch the race on top pf Col du Roselend, again over 2000m! beautiful ride to a great City!

Day Seven, Fri 17th – Genevre to Lure TDF Stage 19 Start

Main Route: 60km; 37mi | Total Ascent: 600m; 1900ft

Today we’ll drive up to the start of the stage in Bourg en Bresse then to Lure. In the afternoon, we will ride up the Planche des Belles filles to check the final ITT of the Tour. May be we can give some advices to Simon! 

Day Eight, Sat. 18th – Lure loop to Planche des belles filles TDF Stage 20 ITT

Main Route: 100km; 72 mi | Total Ascent: 2600m;10000ft

Today we’ll follow one of the most spectacular stage of the Giro, the last climbing ITT.

We’ll ride around in the morning then fins a great sport to see the best GC contenders fight hard to take home the Yellow jersey!

Day Nine, Sun. 19th – Lure to Paris TDF Stage 21 Champs Elysees

Main Route: 2 hours van transfer

No bike for us today as we have to drive to Paris and find the best spot to see the last stage of this great race. Our hotel is perfectly located few hundreds meter from the finish line in Paris!

It's time to celebrate the winner of the 2020 Tour De france and the end of our epic adventure!

Day Ten, Mon. 20 – Goodbye


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