2018 Haute Route North America

2017 Campilaro

Campilaro

July 20 - July 22 2018
Hautes-Pyrénées, France

Here comes the third edition of the CAMPILARO Pyrenees. Our cyclosportive event has now grown from national to international since Spain is now part of the Campilaro challenge.

A completely new route around three host cities, Saint-Lary Soulan, Luchon, Vielha in the Val d'Aran and always the same desire, to introduce you to the legendary Pyrenean passes. Those famous passes climbed in major professional events like the Tour de France, the Vuelta or the Route du Sud ... what would indeed these great tours be without these roads once carved into the mountain to link the valleys and which are now at the heart of the legends of the sport.

We can’t forget either the less publicly lauded passes, away from the mythical roads but equally grandiose in terms of difficulty or aesthetics. These "new" mountain roads have inspired us a lot of emotion during reconnaissance trips. For instance the climb to the Hospice de France (11.6 km at 6.5% average) is a raw, wild route, with stretches of 13% to arrive to a place that made a mark in history.

Indeed it was once used during the second world war, by refugees fleeing France to escape the STO and join the Free French Forces (RECO See our video of this first step in the Gallery section). Besides, the Port of Bonaiga, 2072m (23 km from Vielha 5% average), the roof of the CAMPILARO 2017.

A new format in 4 stages over three days has been developed. During the second day there will be 2-halfstagesstarting in the morning with the steep climb up to superbagneres(18,2km 6.3% average) in the footsteps of two great legends and Tour winners, Federico Bahamontes
(1962) and Bernard Hinault (1979).

The race is human-sized, an ideal mix of sport and conviviality. Only 198 bibs are available!

2017 Campilaro

 
Routes: 370km, 8,300m D+, 3 days
Difficulty of Greatest Route: F - Ultra Distance and Climbing for events well over 100 miles
 
Start Times / Itinerary

From Sunday 23rd to Tuesday 25th. 4 stages.

- Saturday, 22nd July – Reception & greeting of all participants in Saint-Lary Soulan (Mercure Sensoria Hotel)

- Sunday, 23rd July > Stage 1: Saint-Lary Soulan / Bagnères de Luchon with the Port de Balès (1,755m) and the Col de l’Hospice de France (1,380m) - 120km (2,500 m elevation gain).

- Monday, 24th July, 2 stages

> Stage 2 : Luchon / Superbagnères (1.800m) – 36 km (1.180 m elevation gain)

> Stage 3 : Luchon / Port of Bonaigua with the Col du Portillon (1,296m) and the Port de la Bonaigue (2,072m) – 80km (2,100m elevation gain).

- Tuesday, 25th July > Stage 4 : Vielha / Col d’Azet with the Col du Portillon (1,296m), the Col de Peyresourde (1,569m) and the Col d’Azet (1,580m) – 110 km (2,600 m elevation gain).

More details on www.campilaro.com

Costs

Solo registration fees:

- 320 euros per person before 31st March 2017

- 350 euros per person afterwards (from 1st April to 15th July 2017)

Registration fees for a Team :

- 1,440 euros per team (5 persons) before 31st March 2017 (ie 280 euros per person),

- and 1,550 euros per team afterwards (from 1st April to 15th July 2017)

What's Included?

- 1 Campilaro jersey

- Well-balanced meal at the finish line of each stage

- Dinner before the main stage (Pasta party on Saturday 22nd July)

- Supplies of solid and liquid food during each stage

- Timing system on each timed part of a stage

- Secure environment (motor-bikers, signalers, broom wagon)

- Presence of a medical assistance team on each stage

- Mechanical assistance team during the race at on the finish line

- Massage services on request and with extra payment

- Daily placement on the timed parts

- Detailed road-book of the race and the 3 stages

- 20l backpack to store your cycling personal belongings (to be handed over to the organising team every morning who will return it to you on the finishing line)

- «Souvenir Campilaro 2017 » offered to each participant…

Packet Pickups

Saint-Lary Soulan, Campilaro Headquarters.

More details later on www.Campilaro.com

Prize / Race Categories

Rankings Teams and Individuals by catégories
Catégorie A : hommes de 17 à 29 ans
Catégorie B : hommes de 30 à 39 ans
Catégorie C : hommes de 40 ans à 49 ans
Catégorie D : hommes de 50 ans à 59 ans
Catégorie E : hommes de 60 ans et +
Catégorie F : féminines de 18 à 34 ans
Catégorie G : féminines de 35 à 49 ans
Catégorie H : féminines de 50 ans et plus
Catégorie I : handisport**
Catégorie J : team

Facilities
Adequate Car Parking
Free Parking
Toilets / Changing Rooms
Sign On Desk
Pre-Packet Pickups
 
Support for Participants
Route Signposted
Route Card
First Aid
Emergency Contact No
SAG Wagon
Outriders
Marshalls
Escort / Police Escort
Controlled Intersections
Roving Mechanical Support
Neutral Support Vehicles
Mechanical Support at Rest Stops
 
Features
Electronic Start/Finish Timing
Electronic Start/Finish Hill Timing
Strava KOM
Strava QOM
Category / Race Prizes
Finishing Medals
Results Within 24 Hours
Photos
Downloadable GPS files
Post Ride Shower
Finish Line Chute
 
Nutrition
Feed / Aid Stations
Pre Event Meal(s) Provided As Part of Entry
Post Event Meal(s) Provided As Part of Entry
 
Number of Timed Hill Climbs
Four Hill Climbs
 
Event Size
Less Than 500 Riders
 
Start Address: Saint-Lary Soulan, Hautes-Pyrénées, France
 
 
 
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