Samuel Carbillet new star of the Alpine Lakes Tour

Samuel Carbillet nouveau star de l'Alpine Lakes Tour

Samuel Carbillet new star of the Alpine Lakes Tour

Saturday october 13th – Canal de Savières, Savoy – France.

A magnificent weather, new courses, competitors from 5 different countries, and a magnificent fight between Olivier Comazzi and Samuel Carbillet for the last Alpine Lakes Tour 2019 stage. (next race : the GlaGla Race !)

Samuel Carbillet, the local rider had already won this race in 2017 and finished 2nd last year behind Vincent Verhoeven. He won this time in 1h 22min and 58s with 4 seconds ahead of Olivier Comazzi.

More consistent this year on the whole Alpine Lakes Tour, he finished first overall in the Alpine Lakes Tour 2019 and ahead of Olivier Comazzi 31 points (745.5 vs. 714.5). Wolfgang Guetg is 3rd overall with 695.5 points.

Ugo Clay third on the race remained hooked on the lead duo until the exit of the canal and the finish on Lake Bourget.

Tanja Ecker Alpine Lakes Tour Savières

Tanja Ecker winner of the Alpine Lakes Tour Canal de Savières and Lake Bourget

 In the women category, Tanja Ecker (2nd in 2018) won in 1h34’31 seconds ahead of Lidvina Champendal and Emmanuelle Marcon. 

Emmanuelle Marcon winner of the Alpine lakes tour 2019

Emmanuelle Marcon winner of the Alpine lakes tour 2019

Emmanuelle Marcon is first in the overall ranking of the Alpine Lakes Tour 2019. Tanja is 2nd overall, Siri Schubert is third.

Alpine Lakes Tour Canal de Savières and Lake Bourget 2019 video

Alpine Lakes Tour Canal de Savières & Lake Bourget results

Alpine Lakes Tour Canal de Savières & lake Bourget podiums

Long distance (13,6 km)

Men 14′ hardboard 

  1. Samuel Carbillet 1:22:58
  2. Olivier Comazzi 1:23:02
  3. Ugo Clay 1:26:35

Women 14′ 

  1. Tanja Ecker 1:34:31
  2. Lidvina Champendal 1:36:17
  3. Emmanuelle Marcon 1:36:40

Men 12’6 hardboard 

  1. Stéphane Guillermin 1:25:30
  2. Christophe Dusserre 1:45:23
  3. Jean Baptiste Poirier 1:51:21

Women 12’6 

  1. Sara Oddera 1:40:14
  2. Martine Chollet 1:54:44
  3. Beatrice Rambeaud 2:13:43

Men 14′ inflatable 

  1. Jérémy Laugerat 1:34:32
  2. Nick Crettenand 1:34:38
  3. David Ferrand 1:38:57

Men 12’6 inflatable

  1. Benoit Ruffier 1:38:45
  2. Florian Cador 1:40:24
  3. Fabrice Bernoud 1:44:01

Dragon

  • Flamingo Team 2:04:43

Junior

  • Leilou Spano 1:52:02

Short distance results (7 km)

Men 14′ Harboard

  1. Wolfgang Guetg 41mn40s
  2. Nicolas Andrey 42mn29s
  3. Edouard Favre-Felix 43mn45s

Women 14′ 

  1. Florence Aldin 52mn33s
  2. Jocelyne Dinten 55mn06s
  3. Hélène Tourvielle 58mn24s

Men 14′ Inflatable

  1. Vincent Lemaire 43mn51s
  2. Renato Rosario Donascimento 50mn35s
  3. Arnaud Duyck 51mn45s

Women 12′6 Harboards

  1. Delphine Jalmain 51mn53s
  2. Anne Delgove 56mn54s
  3. Victoria Marchanka 58mn12s

Women 12’6 Inflatable 

  1. Marie Theraulaz 52mn12s
  2. Josselyn Verdon 55m11s
  3. Sophie Cador 55mn55s

Men 12’6 

  1. Jean-Philippe Dargeou 46mn36s
  2. Florian Noly 50mn44s
  3. Adrien Courchet 52:45s

Full results below

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Ouverture des inscriptions pour l’Alpine Lakes Tour Savières et Canal du Bourget

alpine lakes tour savières 2016

La dernière étape 2019 de l’Alpine Lakes Tour aura lieu le 13 octobre sur le canal de Savières et le lac du Bourget ! Les inscriptions viennent d’ouvrir ! Nouveaux parcours cette année sur la courte et la longue distance ! L’étape suivante sera la GlaGla Race (17-19 janvier 2020)

The last Alpine Lakes Tour 2019 stage will take place on october 13th on the Canal de Savières et Lake Bourget ! Registration just opened ! New courses this year on the short & long distances ! The following event will the famous GlaGla Race (January 17-49th 2020)

Équipement et sécurité

Une belle équipe suisse sur l'Alpine Lakes Tour 2016

Nous cherchons des bénévoles. Si vous êtes intéressés, vous pouvez nous contacter : info@alpinelakestour.com

+ d’infos sur l’Alpine Lakes Tour Canal de Savières et lac du Bourget (et inscriptions !)

The Summer Kids Paddle Battle (Evian)

evian summer kids paddle battle

Nouveauté 2019 sur l’Alpine Lakes Tour : un événement 100% kids ! Le Stand Up Paddle a besoin de sang neuf ! Les Kids vont adorer cet événement qui mixe SUP race, freestyle et un parcours GladiaSUP engagé ! 10€ l’inscription pour des kids de 7 à 14 ans ! Tout ça au sein du magnifique centre nautique d’Evian ! SAMEDI 20 JUILLET 2019 !

The Summer Kids Paddle Battle se court sur Red Paddle Max 10’6 fournis (et donc compris dans le prix d’inscription)

Red Paddle 10'6 max

Gilet obligatoire ainsi que le casque pour les GladiaSUP. Les kids peuvent utiliser leur propres pagaies et gilets (homologués 50N)

Les GladiaSUP

GladiaSUP : parcours obstacles en paddle

Les GladiaSUP : des obstacles à franchir en stand up paddle ! Ludique, sportif, acrobatique : un excellent moyen de s’amuser sur du flat loin des vagues de l’océan !

Grâce à notre partenaire GladiaSUP, nous proposons dans le cadre du Summer Kids Paddle Battle une épreuve de GladiaSUP.

L’OUVERTURE DES INSCRIPTIONS : VENDREDI 5 JUILLET à 19H ! RESTEZ CONNECTES ! (ci-dessous)

Go Go Go kids !

Programme prévisionnel The Summer Kids Paddle Battle Evian

8h30 -10h Retrait des dossards / Inscription sur place (+5€)
10h30-11h30 Gladiasup Contest par tranches d’âge
12h-13h Contest Freestyle
13h30-14h30 Course Longue Distance : 1 km
15h-15h30 Finales Gladiasup
16h Podiums

Formulaire d’inscription The Summer Kids Paddle Battle

Billetterie Weezevent

Si vous ne voyez pas le module d’inscription à The Summer Kids Paddle Paddle vous pouvez cliquer ici

An unforgettable GlaGla Race ! Une GlaGla Race inoubliable !

glagla race 2019 à Talloires lac d'AnnecyWhat a GlaGla Race ! Sunny and cold, 650 registered participants from 20 countries ! Thanks everybody for coming ! Thanks also for your fairplay and good mood ! Thanks to the organisation team and the volunteers : Anaïs, Angélique, Arnaud, Benjamin, Caroline, Elie, Elodie, Florian & Florian, François, Guillaume, Jean-Luc, Jenny, Jérôme, Lionel & Lionel, Marc, Mathilde, Mathis, Elodie, Muriel, Nathalie, Olivier, Phil & Phil, Sarah, Sébastien, Sophie, Stéphanie & Yannick ! Thanks to Talloires-Montmin & the SAMETT : Julien & Marie-Paule, Monsieur Jean Favrot, Mayor of Talloires-Montmin. Thanks Christopher Parker and the Paddle League team, thanks Yoann & Sarah  (Aerostudio) for their incredible video and Alexis for the pictures !Thanks also Links and the lake Annecy Tourist office ! Many thanks to the Diving Club of Annecy le Vieux, Yoann Conte, the Rowing club of Sevrier and the rowing club of Talloires who helped us with their boats.

Quelle GlaGla Race ! Ensoleillée et froide, 650 inscrits de 20 pays ! Merci à tous d’être venus ! Merci à tous pour votre fairplay et votre bonne humeur ! Merci à notre belle équipe d’organisation et de bénévoles : Anaïs, Angélique, Arnaud, Benjamin, Caroline, Elie, Elodie, Florian & Florian, François, Guillaume, Jean-Luc, Jenny, Jérôme, Lionel & Lionel, Marc, Mathilde, Mathis, Elodie, Muriel, Nathalie, Olivier, Phil & Phil, Sarah, Sébastien, Sophie, Stéphanie & Yannick ! Merci à la commune de Talloires-Montmin et à la SAMETT : Julien et Marie-Paule, Monsieur Jean Favrot maire de Talloires-Montmin. Merci à Christopher Parker et à l’équipe de de The Paddle League, merci à Yoann et Sarah (Aerostudio) pour leur video incroyable et à Alexis pour les photos ! Merci aussi à Links et à l’office de Tourisme du lac d’Annecy. Un grand merci au club de plongée d’Annecy le Vieux, à Yoann Conte, aux clubs d’aviron de Sevrier et Talloires qui nous ont été avec leurs bateaux !

GlaGla Race Official video

GlaGla Race faces

Podiums

Long distance / longue distance

Women/Femmes 14’

  1. Sonni Hönscheid – Onexe – Starboard (Germany) 1h35’14”
  2. Amandine Chazot – Presqu’ile sports côtier- Sunova (France) 1h35’31”
  3. Ella Oesterholt – Hkv Haarlem – Starboard (Netherlands) 1h42’11”

Men/Hommes 14’

  1. Ludovic Teulade – Annecy Stand Up Paddle Club – Oxbow (France) 1h28’35”
  2. Normen Weber KSA Augsburg  – Siren (Germany) 1h28’35”
  3. Leonard Nika – Starboard (Italy) 1h28’38”

Women/Femmes 12’6 hardboard/Rigide

  1. Sigrid Baumgartner – SUP Club Burgenland (Austria) 2h00’06”
  2. Marie Esnaola – Handi Surf (France) 2h02’10”
  3. Laurence Perrier (France) 2h05’03”

Men/Hommes 12’6 hardboard/Rigide

  1. Steve Liner – Surf In Trouville (France) 1h41’35”
  2. Gilles Bruzac – Gravelines Kayak Vaa (France) 1h47’19”
  3. Stéphane Guillermin (Switzerland) 1h49’43”

Women/Femmes 12’6 ISUP/gonflable

  1. Julie Tocqueville – Hyères Stand Up Paddle Club (France) 2h05’30”
  2. Gill Strange  Braylake England (UK) 2h10’44”
  3. Florence Claeskens KYC (Belgium) 2h14’38”

Men/Hommes 12’6 ISUP/Gonflable

  1. Jonas Pauldrach – WPH (Germany) 1h39’13”
  2. Alexandre Eneman GKV (France) 1h46’09”
  3. Gilles Mathieu (France) 1h47’43”

Wise Men (over 60)/ Grand sages (+60)

  1. Daniel Ferri (France) 1h58’16”
  2. Paul Pollanka – SUP Club Burgenland (Austria) 2h02’05”
  3. Emmanuel Bouchel – Le Grand Huit (France) 2h02’39”

Wise Women (over 60) Grandes sages (+60)

  1. Martine Chollet – Savoie Paddle Club (France) 2h02’19”

Outrigger / Pirogues Men / Hommes

  1. Mickaël Couve Bonnaire / Tony Coulange  (France)
  2. Frédéric Balmens  (France)
  3. Lionel Mougin  (France)

Outrigger / Pirogues Women / Femmes

  1. Nina Chantri
  2. Pauline Marzilli

Short distance / Courte distance

Women/Femmes 12’6 ISUP/gonflable

  1. Elena Moriggia – Surf’in Trouville (France) 52’43”
  2. Florence Teurquetil (France) 53’26”
  3. Sandrine Genet – Savoie Paddle Club (France) 55’47”

Men/Hommes 12’6 ISUP/gonflable

  1. Yuri Karavaev Rapid SUP (Ukraine) 44’49”
  2. Antoine Thomas – Team Decathlon Ecully (France) 46’00”
  3. Vincent Lemaine (France) 46’51”

Women/Femmes 12’6 Hardboard/Rigide

  1. Emmanuelle Marcon – Pagaie Club Thonon (France) 46’11”
  2. Catherine Hardouin – OCEAN (France) 50’55”
  3. Charlotte Dambrine – Le Grand Huit (France) 52’24”

Men/Hommes 12’6 Hardboard/Rigide

  1. Thomas Berger (France) 47’30”
  2. Enzo Boccia (UK) 48’58”
  3. Paolo Nardini (Italy) WAS Savona

Women/Femmes 14’

  1. Florence Julen – SUP Spirit Sion (Switzerland)  46’58”
  2. Laure Pelletier – OCEAN (France) 47’18”
  3. Karine Dumont – OCEAN (France) 47’42”

Men/Hommes 14’

  1. Laurent Guyout – Doubs Paddle (France) 41’56”
  2. Patryck Kowalski (Poland) 42’51”
  3. Benoît Ruffier – Annecy Stand Up Paddle Club (France) 42’53”

Junior Men / Hommes

  1. Teo Druelle Pagaie Club Thonon (France) 47’27”
  2. Marceau Capitanio (France) 50’07”
  3. Pablo Bauer (France) 51’29”

Junior Women / Femmes

  1. Lola Pelletier – OCEAN (France) 46’57”

 

GlaGla Race : 15 days to go. Interview Steevie Ascroft (Jersey). Presentation Julbo Paddle sunglasses

Steevie ascroft

Today we are interviewing Steevie Ascroft from Jersey who is coming for the first at the GlaGla Race in… 15 days ! We are also presenting the Julbo « Paddle » sunglasses dedicated to SUP, they float !

Who are you ? How long have been paddleboarding ?

My name is Steve Ascroft and I have lived on the beautiful island of Jersey for all 54 years of my life. I started paddle boarding about 7 or 8 years ago. In fact the Jersey Paddle Club, of which I am proud to have been the first Chairman, was actually set up with some great paddle friends in my kitchen!!

It’s your first GlaGla Race, why did you register ? What do you expect ?

Jersey Paddle ClubThis is my first GlaGla Race. A good friend of mine, Tim Tredant, a very good paddler who is also attending, suggested I look at the website and, having done so, I was excited by the concept of the race and setting myself this test. I am not the fastest of paddlers (as you will all see at the race!) but I am more than willing to accept the 14k challenge and will race/participate with a big smile on my face.

How are you preparing ? What kind of equipment do you have for the GlaGla Race ?

For preparation I am afraid to say I have not been paddling as much as I would have wished but I cycle to work every day during the week and do some specific exercises which should hopefully see me through 14k of paddling. I have a 14ft Bark D2 which I will be using for the race. It is a very good flat water board but as I mentioned above I am not the fastest!
I am very much looking forward to participating in the race and am also looking forward to the fantastic atmosphere that I am sure follows being involved in such a prestigious event.

Julbo – Alpine Lakes Tour partner since 2018

Julbo Group / An Independant Brand

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Julbo paddle sunglasses

The « Paddle »

The new Julbo Paddle sunglasses are a stylish accessory designed for stand-up paddle fans. Whether you’re paddling in the Lake District, heading along a river or facing ocean currents, the Paddle range is suited to both calm and choppy waters. Their Bubble Frame technology (air bubbles incorporated into the frame) means that they float.

So it doesn’t matter how many times you wipe-out – your glasses won’t sink! The Paddle’s Grip Nose and Grip Tech technology ensure a snug, secure fit. If you do fall off your board, their Bubble Frame and Floating Cord make these glasses easy to find and hold.

Their Polarized 3 CF category anti-reflect lenses make Paddle glasses an essential if you’re in an area with harsh sunlight or potentially blinding reflections.

With their stylish California-inspired design, the Paddle glasses are as suited to lazing on a beach as they are to SUP activities.

 

GlaGla Race 18 days to go : Marie Dautruche and Starboard

Very Flat Race : marie dautruche winner

Marie Dautruche, Cully (Switzerland) – Starboard

Marie, you registered for the GlaGla Race 2019. Are you impatient to be there?

Yes the GlaGla is can’t miss event for all alpine lakes paddlers ! We meet so many SUP friends  in the middle of winter! Good mood guaranteed! It’s a race that we do as a challenge, with a little luck under the snow! And I heared that there will be some great people for the 2019 edition, it’s a pleasure for international riders to move on an alpine lake.

You practice SUP all year round. How do you train in winter? What preparation and equipment for the alpine winter conditions ?

In fact it’s the first winter or I have to train here in the cold because last winter I had the chance to train in Fuerteventura.
This season it was necessary that I take my marks on Lake Geneva in winter, it is 2 to 3 degrees and we are immersed in the fog … hard to find the motivation. With the coldest hard it’s before and after. But once I’m there it’s so good. In winter the lake offers a special atmosphere that I like very much. The sight of the snow-covered mountains make me feel better.
I do about 4 training sessions on the water a week and I complete with other sports, cycling, bodybalance, bodybuilding, swimming and of course skiing. Seal skin is an excellent complement to work the body.
And also I plan to go regularly to sea or ocean to work the downwind and the waves. I’m leaving this week in Tarifa.

The equipment? In race, I’m always too hot when I paddle, so running pants in goretex, thermal and windproof enough, even when it is 1 or 2 degrees. And of course, the slippers! I often add big socks to have warm calf … the look is not terrible but it is effective!

Marie Dautruche GlaGla Race Training

You finished 1st in the Alpine Lakes Tour 2018, a circuit that has accumulated 1250 participants. What makes it so successful?

Yes it was one of my 2018 goals. Mission accomplished!
I would say rigorous and daily trainings. I am training Vincent Guillaume for over a year, which allowed me to progress well. A complete physical preparation because I practice other sports. My frequent trips to the ocean, when I come back rowing on the lake, the lake seems easier. Training with rowers and rowers much better than me, who really made me progress and especially that gave me the desire to improve again and again. I also think of an excellent board of flat, my sprint from Starboard, she is my most faithful ally, a rocket … And finally, to force my character! I try to be more efficient and optimize each exit on the water.

starboard SUP Alpine Lakes Tour Partner

Starboard : new GlaGla Race and Alpine Lakes Tour partner

Among the new Alpine Lakes Tour partners for 2019, Starboard is the most prestigious among paddlers.

Starboard will be helping us to make the GlaGla Race and the other Alpine Lakes Tour stages more eco friendly and especially to reduce our carbon footprint.

Starboard was founded in 1994 by Svein Rasmussen, a Windsurfing World Champion and Olympic participant. It all came together by the vision of bringing innovation, quality and inspiration to the world of wind, water and waves. Together with customers and partners, Starboard engages at any level possible to protect the fragility of our Oceans. Still making the best watersports gear backed by endless world titles and product awards, the tiki brand with roots in New Caledonia, Norway and Thailand firmly remain the premium brand in windsurfing and paddle boarding already since 2 decades. Now Starboard and Tiki strive to not only be the best in the world but also best FOR the world.

More info about Starboard

GlaGla Race 2019 : 10 reasons why you should register !

glagla race 2017

10 reasons (but there are more !) why you should register for the GlaGla Race in 2019 !

La version française de cet article est ici

  • The GlaGla Race represents the opportunity to participate in one the largest SUP Race in the world (500 paddlers in 2018, up to 700 in 2019)
  • The GlaGla Race is about the unique feeling of paddling in a beautiful mountain landscape covered with snow. (and even sometimes with snow on the beach !)
  • The GlaGla Race is SUP Race… but you can also enjoy skiing with many ski resorts all around (and even 2 ski lifts in Talloires !)
  • At the GlaGla Race, you can find very affordable accommodation (if you register early enough) especially with our partners : Les Alérions and Florimontane.
  • At the GlaGla Race you will also find clinics, yoga lessons, talks and board testing.
  • At the GlaGla Race you can get a nice organic GlaGla T-Shirt for a special price :5€ only (until november 31st)
  • The GlaGla Race is the first Alpine Lakes Tour stage, a friendly competition accross the Alps where you will meet other passionate and sporty people to share and challenge.
  • The GlaGla Race is the opening race of The Paddle League (offering points for the world ranking)
  • The GlaGla Race is a popular event gathering the best athletes and participants who race for the first time ! You can participate even if you don’t have a board (you can rent one)
  • The GlaGla Race offers the opportunity to discover Talloires, a beautiful village between the lake and the mountains !

More about GlaGla Race 2019 :

GlaGla Race videos

GlaGla Race 2019 : pourquoi s’inscrire ?

Les inscriptions pour la GlaGla Race 2019 sont ouvertes !

10 raisons (et il en a d’autres !) pour lesquelles vous devriez venir à la GlaGla Race en 2019 !

English version coming soon 😉

  • La GlaGla Race, c’est l’occasion de participer à une des courses plus importantes au monde (700 participants attendus de l’Europe entière et même au delà !)
  • La GlaGla Race, c’est le plaisir de la glisse en plein hiver au milieu d’un paysage de montagnes enneigées avec parfois même de la neige sur la plage de Talloires!
  • La GlaGla Race, c’est la possibilité de mélanger les plaisirs avec des stations de ski à 30 km max de la plage de Talloires (et même 2 téléskis sur les hauteurs de Talloires)
  • La GlaGla Race c’est des hébergements à des tarifs très raisonnables avec notamment nos partenaires : Les Alérions et Florimontane.
  • La GlaGla Race c’est aussi des tests de matériel, clinic, session yoga et paddle yoga et autres animations la veille de la course.
  • La GlaGla Race c’est un T-shirt GlaGla Race en coton bio offert à tous les inscrits jusqu’au 1er novembre 2018 (et non 2019 comme indiqué dans le mailing ;-))
  • La GlaGla Race c’est une étape de l’Alpine Lakes Tour, un circuit convivial à travers les Alpes pour rencontrer d’autres passionnés et echanger, se défier dans la bonne humeur et le fair play !
  • La GlaGla Race est la course d’ouverture de The Paddle League et offre donc des points pour le classement mondial !
  • La GlaGla Race est une course populaire qui rassemble les meilleurs mondiaux et des pratiquants loisirs pour qui c’est souvent la première participation à une course de paddle. Vous pouvez participer même si nous n’avez pas de planche (vous pouvez en louer une)
  • La GlaGla Race c’est l’occasion de découvrir Talloires, joli village sur les rives du lac d’Annecy au pied des montagnes !

Pour en savoir plus sur la GlaGla Race 2019 :

WILD Race J-3 : informations pratiques – 3 days to go useful information

WILD Race Areches beaufort

3 days to go before the WILD Race 178 registered participants ! 3 jours avant la WILD Race : 178 participants !

Nous affichons complet, pas d’inscription sur place !.Programme et informations pratiques à jour ci-dessous. Updated Schedule and useful information below !

Il y aura de nombreux lots à gagner pour les podiums et au tirage au sort avec notamment des forfaits de ski et un séjour offert par la station d’Arêches Beaufort. Il y aura également des lunettes de soleil Julbo (les fameuses « Paddle »), une combinaison SUPSKIN, des bons d’achat Rubbish, des lots Red Paddle, notre partenaire sportif principal !

Accès au site et au lac de Roselend

Le lac de Roselend est un lac de montagne avec un barrage EDF. Nous avons une autorisation exceptionnelle pour organiser cet événement et vous permettre de naviguer. Il y a des règles strictes à respecter.

La navigation est strictement réservée aux concurrents inscrits et aux personnes participants aux courses et animations. La baignade est interdite et aucune embarcation n’est autorisée sur le lac. Certaines zones sont dangereuses et strictement interdites d’accès.

Le « village » de départ / arrivée de l’événement est situé à l’extrémité nord du lac. En arrivant par Albertville et Beaufort, prendre la direction « Cormet de Roselend ». Juste après le col de Méraillet, vous apercevrez le lac. Continuez sur 2 km. Garez vous dans le virage juste avant que la route ne remonte en direction du Cormet. Descendez à pied jusqu’au bord du lac vous verrez les tentes et oriflammes de l’Alpine Lakes Tour et ses partenaires. Les véhicules peuvent stationner le long de la route. Il y a un parking au dessus du lac après le virage pour remonter vers le Cormet.

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WILD Race : La course exceptionnelle – The outstanding race

wild race roselend

C’est un privilège de pouvoir naviguer sur ce lac de montagne interdit à la navigation. Pour la 6eme année, l’Alpine Lakes Tour vous donne rendez-vous dimanche 7 août au dessus d’Arêches-Beaufort sur la route des grandes alpes pour une course tout à fait exceptionnelle. Il vous reste 4 jours pour vous inscrire. La course de 5 km est accessible à tous. Inscription WILD Race 2018 ici.

It’s a privilege to be able to ride on this mountain lake where navigation is forbidden.  For the 6th year, The Alpine Lakes Tour invites you to participate in this outstanding race above Arêches Beaufort on the « Grandes Alpes » road. Registration is still open (until July 31st). The 5 km race is easy even for beginners. To register for the WILD Race 2018 it’s here.

Alpine Lakes Tour WILD Race Youtube Channel

The Alpine Lakes Tour Channel on Youtube