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Race Around Austria 1500/2200 km
August 8 - August 15EUR650 - EUR1050
The Race Around Austria Let’s You Escape Your Routine.
Cycle 2,200 kilometers (including 30,000 meters of climbing) NONSTOP once around Austria on streets that run along or near the border – either alone or as part of a team.
The Race Around Austria is Austria’s last great adventure. You will learn things about yourself that most cyclists can only dream of.
No one can successfully complete the Race Around Austria without a team! The crew plays as big a role as the cyclist!
The Race Around Austria takes you to places that you otherwise never would have gone to!
The Race Around Austria is an unforgettable way to cycle around Austria!
Race Around Austria 1500
- Is perfect for everyone who wants to get a taste of the 2200-kilometer Race
- Is the “short” loop along the original route of the Race that leaves out the west.
- Gives you the feel of the classic Race but with fewer meters of climbing (around 17,500).
- Skips many of the difficult Alpine passes but includes highlights such as the Großglockner!
The Race Around Austria 1500 is different from the classic Race Around Austria in that it is a much shorter race. However, the rules for the two races are mostly the same, including those that deal with safety measures, the pre-race inspection, and the need for a crew and a pace car. Therefore, the 1500 is not only ideal for cyclists who want to prepare for the classic Race, but also a great option for anyone who wants to participate in an ultra-cycling event with longer-than-normal breaks.
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For the purposes of this website, an ultra event is defined as an event that is 200 miles or longer or takes the average competitor 12 hours or more to complete. Winter events in the months of December, January, February and March must be 100 miles or longer or take the average competitor 6 hours or more to complete. Other events relevant to ultracyclists such as training camps or informational sessions may also be included.[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]