L'Étape du Tour de France boasts 4,600m of climbing and mountain top finish
This prestigious event will give cycling enthusiasts the unique opportunity to ride the exact route of stage 20 of the Tour de France, from Nice to the challenging ascent of Col de la Couillole via the Col de la Couillole, Col de Braus, Col de Turini and Col de la Colmiane.
L'Étape du Tour de France has long been regarded as the ultimate cycling experience for amateurs, allowing participants to test their mettle on the same roads as their professional heroes. This year, riders will have the chance to tackle the same course that the professionals will face just one week later. The route promises to be a true test of endurance, with stunning scenery and challenging climbs that will push participants to their limits.
As the leading amateur cycling event associated with the Tour de France, L'Étape du Tour de France attracts participants from all corners of the globe. Whether you are an experienced cyclist or a passionate amateur, this event is the perfect opportunity to challenge yourself and be a part of cycling history.
Participants will enjoy a rich and vibrant atmosphere, with support from enthusiastic spectators lining the route and cheering them on every pedal stroke of the way. Our event organizers will ensure a safe and well-organized experience, with support stations strategically positioned along the route to provide hydration, nutrition, and medical assistance if needed.
To commemorate this special edition, all riders who successfully complete the 2024 L'Étape du Tour de France will receive a unique medal and a customized jersey, representing their achievement and dedication to the sport.
Register on October 31st at 4pm European (7am US Pacific, 11am US Eastern, 3pm UK) to secure your place among the thousands of cyclists who will converge on Nice for this unforgettable event. Don't miss this chance to ride in the tracks of the world's best riders and make your mark on the history of the Tour de France.
Tour de France Director Christian Prudhomme said “Although the distance for this stage seems reasonable, it would be a mistake to think that the 32nd edition of L’Étape du Tour de France will be less difficult than those that have taken place in the Alps, in particular.
“With four ascensions and total climbing of 4,600 m, with descents that require maximum care and concentration and with few moments of respite, the participants will have to be well prepared and especially careful at managing their effort. Good luck to them over the eight months of preparation before the big day.”