Tour des Fjords Experience

August 13-15th 2021

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Get ready for a new experience! Tour des Fjords Experience is a 3-day stage race for amateur riders of all levels.

The Stavanger region offers a perfect terrain for the event which will be made of 3 very different stages. You will experience some of the most beautiful and demanding roads Norway has to offer when the race will take you from Lysefjord to the top of Lysebotn on the second stage. Twenty-seven hairpin turns and a 900m elevation gain in less than 10 kilometers is what you will need to face. To the contrary, the first and the third stages will give you the opportunity to ride fast. Firstly with an individual time trial on Friday evening and secondly with a tactical final stage on Sunday morning. Rest assured, Tour des Fjords Experience is an experience you will not forget!

If you do not have the opportunity to be in Stavanger on Friday for the time trial but still want to join the race, you can skip the first stage in exchange of a time penalty on your general classification time.

1st STAGE: TIME TRIAL

18pm |

The first stage is an individual time trial. More information to come.

2nd STAGE: LYSEBOTN-MELSHEI

10am | 123 km

More info soon

3rd STAGE: CIRCUIT

9am |

The race will start and finish at Håland Skole. The circuit is 12.8 km, and the riders will do a total of 6 laps. Watch out for crosswind at Hellestø beach!

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STAGE 2: LYSEBOTN-MELSHEI

From the top of the first climb untill you reach the main road againg, there will be a none-timed section. This is to ensure the safety of all participants in the narrow downhill. Timing will restart automatically when passing the restart point.

STAGE 3: CIRCUIT

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* The organizer reserves the right to make minor changes to the event and the routes.

What is included in the registration?

 
  • Leader jerseys for the best woman and man
  • A detailed technical guide with all info about the stages
  • Marshalls along the route
  • Motorcycle marshalls in front of the peloton
  • Security vehicles to escort the peloton (including a «broom wagon» after the last rider)
  • A professional medical team available during the stages and at the finish
  • Personal bike plate to be placed on your bike and a bib number to be placed on the back
  • Feed stations with food and energy products (solid, liquid, energy bars) for each stage
  • Bike storage place at the end of each stage
  • Daily rankings
  • Food after the last stage before returning home
  • Professional photographers throughout the event 

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