Early Bird registrations for TOUR Transalp 2019
A super early bird registration for the 17th edition of the TOUR Transalp, which will take place form 23 till 29 June, 2019, is currently running.
The first 100 teams of two to sign up for the event on www.online-registration.de until 31 August, 2018, will benefit from a €100 discount on the start entry per person. Instead of €999 participants will only have to pay €899.
Apart from any discount available right now, the eat & meat ticket will – unlike this summer – be included in the entry fee again.
Since its inaugural edition back in 2003, the TOUR Transalp has become a must-compete-in event for the cycling enthusiastic Average Joe. From 23 till 29 June, 2019, it's time to break your limits in the Alps for the 17th time already.
The stage town and route of next year’s event is supposed to be revealed in November.
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