ABOUT

Three Peaks Bike Race is an unsupported bike packing race over three major mountain passes!

The race Starts in Vienna at Schönbrunn Palace on July 25th 2020.

Finish line 2020 is in Nice – France!

The ultra cyclist veterans Vincent Mühlethaler and Michael Wacker designed a new race format for your racecalender. From their experience in The Transcontinental Race and the Trans Am Bike Race they developed the concept of a short bike packing race as an addition to the bigger races!

This race is designed for riders who wanna start into self supported bike racing or for experienced racers who wanna test themselfs in race conditions before their main event in the season kicks off.

Distance of the Race in 2020 is around 1950km which makes it possible to finish it in around a week.

Also important was the concept of a compact route layout and locations which are easy to go to and easy to leave from.

The route concept is that you have to plan your own one along the Three Peaks!

RULES

1. Riders must complete the full course from start to finish on a self planed route with in between 3 mountain Peaks.

2. Riders must be fully self-supported.

3. No Drafting at any time.

4. Riders must follow the local laws at any time.

5. All bikes have to pass a check up before the start.

6. Riders are required to use a provided GPS Tracker if they want to be ranked in the general classification.

7. No prize money.

ROUTE 2020

Three Peaks Bike Race leads you across the most beautiful landscape in Europe.
At the same time its maybe the most challenging terrain too.

You have to ride on a self planned cyclingroute along three high Mountain Peaks all the way to the finish in Nice.

 

Ride directly to the next Peak of the Race over another big mountain or take the longer flat way around.
Thats up to you!

Mandatory checkpoints 2020:

Start parcour out of Vienna

Peak 1 – Parcour Großglockner (You have to ride the full parcour – you can choose the direction)

Peak 2 – Col du Sanetsch

Peak 3 – Parcour Mont Ventoux to Finish

 

Start - Vienna

The Velobis is hosting our sign up days. Super good atmosphere with the possibility to meet some other riders and enjoy some food while not being in a rush before the race mode kicks in 🙂

Schönbrunn Palace will be the start point of the event. It is one of the most important architectural, cultural, and historical monuments in the country. And it looks good on pictures!

PEAK 1 - GROssglockner

Cycling on the Grossglockner High Alpine Road is the ultimate challenge for many two-wheel fans. The road offers everything a cyclist’s heart desires: crisp ascents, delectable descents and truly breathtaking surroundings in fresh mountain air. 

Tip: the Grossglockner High Alpine Road leads up into high mountains. Drastic changes in weather and snow in summer are anything but rare.

PEAK 2 - COL DU SANETSCH

In the Valais region of Switzerland, Col du Sanetsch is one of the toughest climbs in Swiss Romande (French Switzerland). Starting near Sion, this quiet, well surfaced road just climbs and climbs, leading finally to a glacier lake and dam four kms over the Col.

The road is solely for hikers/tourists, farmers, dam maintenance …… and cyclists!

For tunnel fans there is an 800 meter tunnel up high … luckily there is a little bit of light inside … not too bad.

PEAK 3 - MT Ventoux

The Mont Ventoux is without a doubt one of the most famous mountains in Europe. Although only 1912 meters high, the Ventoux rises up as a giant up surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the Provence. Located on the last Alpine ridge near the Rhone-platform, you can see the Mont Ventoux from almost anywhere in the Vaucluse-Provence.

The giant of Provence is also the highlight of many trips through this beautiful region in southern France. Its remoteness gives the mountain something gigantic and dominating and if the weather is clear, you can see the Alps in the east, the Cevennes to the west and the Mediterranean see in the south from its top.

FINISH - Nice

Your adventure ends in Nice!
Its a good spot to relax or even keep on travelling if you want this. And of course you can also find Gelato everywhere.

If you just want to go home its infrastructure and location will allow that really fast.

Photos

some impressions from 2018 – 2019

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REGISTRATION 2020

When and How much is the Registration?

 

Early Bird Registration!

Early Bird Registration closes December, 30th 2019

Fee for Early Bird Registration Solo and Pair category is 185 Euro.

For the pair category both riders have to register and pay. Please tell us your riding partner.

 

Late Registration if not sold out!

Late Registration opens January, 1st 2020 and closes June 1st 2020

Fee for Late Registration Solo and Pair category is 215 Euro.

For the pair category both riders have to register and pay. Please tell us your riding partner.

 

What you get for the fee:

Tracking device for the duration of the event!
In case you want to use your own spot tracker we will refund 15,- Euros!

Official race cap

Pictures we make during the event (can`t guarantee we have yours but we will try)

Finisher picture and beer!

Publishing individual times on our website.

 

Refund policy:

85,-Euro refund until January, 1st 2020
After January, 1st 2020 no refund!

Use the EVENT SIGN UP in the top menu if you already have an Adventure Bike Racing Account!
You need to LOGIN first!

SPONSORING

Riders please consider using the links!

Companies please get in touch if you want to support us or the riders!

RiderS 2020

Approved
Austria
54 years old
Approved
Italy
50 years old
Approved
Andrea
Germany
48 years old
Approved
Germany
57 years old
Approved
France
39 years old
Approved
Schleichi
Germany
53 years old
Approved
Germany
48 years old
Approved
France
59 years old
Biography:

Cinglés du Ventoux, 7 Majeurs, PBP 2019 and many bikepacking trips

Approved
Westcoast Ammersee
Germany
55 years old
Approved
Germany
53 years old
Biography:

I love to ride my roadbike, want to try longer distances!

Approved
Germany
48 years old
Approved
Danny
France
49 years old
Approved
Austria
34 years old
Approved
Germany
31 years old
Approved
Liz
United Kingdom
37 years old
Approved
fannybens
France
34 years old
Approved
Germany
42 years old
Biography:

my hobby: nothing but cycling, i love the alps, ride my bike more up rather than down, TPBR is a huge challange for me

Approved
Germany
30 years old
Approved
Germany
55 years old
Biography:

I have been in cycling for more than 30 years.
After 15 years of MTB racing, I switched to endurance racing. I love training runs over 400 KM and races with more than 24 h in the saddle. However, 2000 KM in a row are a new attractive challenge for me. I am looking forward to a new experience. In addition, I would like to use the adventure as a charity tour for the association "radeln und helfen e.V.". To raise money for children's aid projects.

Approved
Belgium
43 years old
Biography:

Cycling brought me great times, friends for life and unforgettable moments of joy and laughter. I will always be gratefull for that! In recent years, I've been travelling by bicycle. The TPBR2020 will be my first race of this kind. I'm really looking forward to it!

Approved
Germany
51 years old
Approved
Germany
50 years old
Approved
France
20 years old
Approved
Slovakia
41 years old
Approved
Lupo
Germany
56 years old
Approved
Lithuania
38 years old
Approved
Germany
26 years old
Approved
Belgium
Less than 1 year old
Approved
Livushka
Slovakia
33 years old
Approved
Germany
29 years old
Approved
Germany
30 years old
Approved
Michi Adams
Switzerland
40 years old
Approved
United Kingdom
46 years old
Approved
Germany
58 years old
Approved
Germany
40 years old
Approved
Slovakia
31 years old
Approved
Czech Republic
39 years old
Approved
socke
Austria
31 years old
Approved
Austria
46 years old
Approved
Austria
53 years old
Approved
Slovakia
31 years old
Approved
Germany
37 years old
Approved
France
20 years old
Approved
Germany
47 years old
Approved
Austria
42 years old
Approved
Germany
49 years old
Biography:

Did a lot of one day marathons between 2000 and 2010 like serveral times Ötztaler RM, Maratona dles Dolomities, DreiLänderGiro, etc., then started to relax and grow fat. Some experience in back packing tours (not races!), e.g. 1800km in 12 days and 1 night to the Tour de France including e.g. Col de la Bonette and Alp d'Huez, sleeping always but not the last night in hotels. Long-term goal: participation at TCR.

Approved
Germany
51 years old
Approved
Germany
37 years old
Approved
United Kingdom
46 years old
Approved
Germany
35 years old
Approved
Belgium
37 years old
Approved
Czech Republic
34 years old
Approved
Switzerland
58 years old
Approved
Germany
54 years old
Approved
Wolfman
Germany
61 years old
Biography:

PBP 2019

Approved
France
49 years old

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RESULTS 2019

Vienna // Passo Stelvio – Colle delle Finestre – Arcalis Ordino // Barcelona

 

SOLO

Xavier Pesnel, France // 4D // 23H // 22M

Carlos Mazon, Spain // 5D // 4H // 52M

Aleš Zavoral, Czech Republic // 5D // 22H // 37M

Alberto Vaghi, Italy // 6D // 2H // 46M

Tomáš Zaplatílek, Czech Republic // 6D // 4H // 14M

Andreas Hauser, Austria // 6D // 7H // 45M

 Andrej Zaman, Slovenia // 6D // 8H // 31M

Daan Marsman, Netherland // 6D // 9H // 32M

Simon Sramek, Austria // 6D // 10H // 21M

Gilles Rodier, France // 6D // 12H // 12M

Michal Hampl, Czech Republic // 6D // 14H // 5M

Tomos Packer, United Kingdom // 6D // 15H // 45M

Robin Gauderon, Switzerland // 6D // 18H // 2M

Nico Couckuyt, Belgium // 6D // 21H // 43M

Mitchell Campbell, United Kingdom // 6D // 22H // 49M

Alexander Lenz, Austria // 6D // 23H // 57M

Andrea Boscolo, Italy // 7D // 0H // 18M

Tomas Labanc, Slovakia // 7D // 0H // 44M

Pieter Wilbert Molemaker, Netherland // 7D // 8H // 8M

Andrea Polo, Italy // 7D // 8H // 52M

Walter Reiterer, Austria // 7D // 8H // 52M

Michael Janauschek, Austria // 7D // 10H // 27M

Dan Dimitriu , Romania // 7D // 10H // 29M

Brian Lautenschlager, Germany // 7D // 12H // 28M

Bernd Schleicher, Germany // 7D // 17H // 13M

Thierry Le Dréan, France // 7D // 17H // 30M

Simon Mühlethaler, Switzerland // 7D // 19H // 51M

Adam Verhaar, Netherland // 7D // 21H // 57M

Dario Ahmad Reda, Italy // 7D // 21H // 57M

Miroslav Vazik, Czech Republic // 7D // 22H // 9M

Jarosław Wieczorek, Poland // 8D // 0H // 41M

Krzysztof Wolański , Poland // 8D // 1H // 2M

Malte Hager , Germany // 8D // 1H // 38M

Jakub Dvorak, Czech Republic // 8D // 1H // 53M

Sonia Barrar , Spain // 8D // 3H // 25M

Miloslav Mečíř, Slovakia // 8D // 3H // 38M

Florian Wagner, Germany // 8D // 4H // 21M

Axel Gehrbrandt, Germany // 8D // 5H // 18M ****

Johannes Eckstein, Germany // 8D // 5H // 34M

Jakub Kopecky, Czech Republic // 8D // 5H // 56M

Tim Beicht, Germany // 8D // 6H // 12M

Marcis Martinsons, Latvia // 8D // 9H // 48M

Torsten Frank, Germany // 8D // 10H // 42M

Francisco Afonso, Portugal // 8D // 11H // 58M

Andis Aboltins, Latvia // 8D // 21H // 53M

Andrew Dumbill, United Kingdom // 8D // 22H // 11M

Richard Hunt, United Kingdom // 8D // 22H // 25M

Andrea Falomo, Italy // 8D // 22H // 59M

Marcel Amore, Switzerland // 8D // 23H // 9M

Adam Popovec, Slovakia // 9D // 1H // 21M

Mike Opelt, Germany // 9D // 2H // 57M

Frederic Breugnot, France // 9D // 3H // 8M

Giampiero Monti, Italy // 9D // 10H // 47M

Ovidiu Nodea, Romania // 9D // 10H // 47M

Gerold Lehmann, Austria // 9D // 12H // 45M

David Nash, United Kingdom // 9D // 22H // 2M

Stefan Lachinger, Austria // 10D // 1H // 46M

Chris Whittel, United Kingdom // 10D // 2H // 19M

Erich Tausendschön, Austria // 10D // 8H // 30M ****

 

Paolo Zanetta, Italy // dnf **

Eric Jacquemin, France // dnf ***

Philipp Hympendahl, Germany // dnf**

 Michael Arnold, Germany // dnf

Tym Lang, USA // dnf

Jürgen Knupe, Germany // dnf

Bride Pascal, France // dnf

Dominik Zimmermann, Germany // dnf

Lorenzo Gamberini, Italy // dnf

Stijn De Veylder, Belgium // dnf

Michi Adams, Switzerland // dnf

Rainer Zeller, Germany // dnf

Gerald Herradura, Ireland // dnf

Mathijs Wansink, Netherland // dnf

Marc David Rabe, Germany // dnf

Palash Sarkar, India // dnf

Alexandre Cote, Canada // dnf

Tjerk Bakker, Netherland // dnf

Andrej Vavro, Slovakia // dnf

Bas Peperkoorn, Netherland // dnf

Håkan Höglin, Sweden // dnf

Nicola Dewannemacker, Belgium // dnf

Christian Pohlig, Germany // dnf

 

** finished his ride in Barcelona // did not ride to all three peaks

*** finished his ride in Barcelona // not fully self supported on the final parcour

**** 6H time penalty // cut off the finish parcour

PAIR

Grégoire Xavier, France // 6D // 4H // 22M

Daniel Rigaud, France // 6D // 4H // 22M

 

Gabi Winck, Italy // 7D // 15H // 48M *****

Hermann Leitner, Italy // 7D // 15H // 48M *****

 

Santy Mozos, Spain // 7D // 19H // 41M

Diego Villas, Spain // 7D // 19H // 41M

 

Rinaldo Toson, Italy // 7D // 20H // 7M

Francesco Paolon, Italy // dnf

 

Zena Palgrave, United Kingdom // 9D // 4H // 51M

Bromilow Palgrave, United Kingdom // 9D // 4H // 51M

 

Benedikt Kronberger, Austria // 9D // 10H // 44M

Daniel Kronberger, Austria // 9D // 10H // 44M

 

Fritz Schön, Germany // dnf

Christian Möhl, Germany // dnf

 

Xavier  Sopena Mas, Spain // dnf

Juan Carlos Pinedo, Spain // dnf

 

Jurgita Lemesiute, Lithuania // dnf

Justinas Černiauskas, Lithuania // dnf

 

***** 4H time penalty // forbidden tunnel

RESULTS 2018

Vienna // Passo Giau – Furkapass – Col de Galibier // Nice

 

SOLO

Samuel Thompson, United Kingdom // 4D // 22H // 20M

Tomáš Zaplatílek, Czech Republic // 5D // 8H // 47M

Thomas Ettema, Netherlands // 5D // 22H // 32M

Patrick Tschellnig, Austria // 5D // 23H // 49M

Jan Kostaa, Slovakia // 6D // 15H // 47M

Bernd Schleicher, Germany // 6D // 17H // 52M

Torsten Frank, Germany // 7D // 1H // 52M

Sergio Caldarelli, Italy // 7D // 5H // 4M

Nicolas Meunier, France // 7D // 19H // 57M

 

Marco Nowak, Austria // dnf

Jakub Kopecky, Czech Republic // dnf

Michal Stefkovic, Slovakia // dnf

Sean Wightman, United Kingdom // dns

Stanislas Meunier, France // dns

Matteo Massimiliano Messina, Italy // dns

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