Cycling from the most northern to the most southern point on the European mainland crossing different countries, cultures and sceneries. Start your journey at 24 hours daylight up in the north, end your journey at the Mediterranean Sea, with its warm sunny weather with view to the next continent, Africa.
The NorthCape-Tarifa bike adventure is a single-stage, unsupported, 7370km cycling adventure across Europe. The longest bicycle race in Europe.
|start for the|
June 20th 2020 / 00:01
|route||Same as for the 2 first editions.|
|finish Helsinki, Finland||~1753km
|finish Bregenz, Austria||~4071km
|finish Nice, France||~5370km
|finish Tarifa, Spain||~7370km
|lowest route point||-211m, below sea level|
|highest route point||3398m, Pico del Veleta|
|Col d'Iseran, 2764m||highest mountain pass in the Alps|
|Port d'Envalira, 2409m||highest all year open mountain pass in Europe and highest pass in the Pyronees|
|Pico del Veleta, 3398m||highest ridable road in Europe|
|checkpoints/finish points||Helsinki, Bregenz, (Col du Galibier), Nice, (Port d'Envalira), (Pico del Veleta), Tarifa|
|15 countries||Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Csechia, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Lichtenstein, Italy, France, Andorra, Spain|
The rules for the NorthCape-Tarifa bike adventure are simple and largely self-policed. The rules attempt to embody the spirit of self-support and fairness for all riders.
Read what Christopher Ross Bennett wrote about the NorthCape-Tarifa adventure.
Videos: check the video page…