FulGaz is proud to be an official partner of the Škoda Tour LuXembourg. Now in it’s 82nd year, this event is steeped in history and features on the palmarès of some of the biggest names, from the professional peloton. Including Bernard Hinault, Franck Vandenbroek, Thomas Voeckler, Christian Vandevelde, Jakob Fuglsang and Greg Van Avermaet
After releasing the Stage 4 Time Trial earlier this year, it’s now your chance to ride the best parts of all 5 stages from this year’s tour, over 175km of riding through Luxembourg’s stunning countryside.
This FulGaz course has been designed by 2010 Tour de France winner, Andy Schleck so get ready for some fun riding!
The virtual edition of the Škoda Tour LuXembourg is free for all FulGaz subscribers and will be available from 5-27 November 2022.
Register your interest below to find out when Andy will be hosting a special group ride on FulGaz himself.
New to FulGaz? No problem, to celebrate our event partnership, all new users will receive access to an extended 30-day free trial, simply register below.
RIDE WITH ANDY SCHLECK
We are super excited to be riding with the one and only Andy Schleck, 2011 Tour de France winner AND the race director of the Skoda Tour LuXembourg. Andy has won multiple national jerseys and Liège–Bastogne–Liège also.
Andy will be hosting a Zoom where you can tap along as we ride Stage 4 of the event together whilst he answers your questions and shares stories from the road.
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1. ŠKODA TOUR LUXEMBOURG - OPENING STAGE
The 30km part of Stage 1 (Luxembourg – Luxembourg) is starting in Larochette, in the north-east of Luxembourg and finishing in Vianden on top of the famous Niklosbierg. Vianden is located in the north of country and is know for the Vianden Castle.
The route that will lead to Vianden will pass the eastern part of Luxembourg and will be mostly flat till the ascension of the Niklosbierg (4.4 km à 6,1%). The first 600 meters of the Niklosbierg climb will be the tricky ones due to cobblestones.More Info
2. ŠKODA TOUR LUXEMBOURG - SPRINTER STAGE
The 34.95km part of the Stage 2 of the Skoda Tour LuXembourg 2022 has his start in Pétange, in the south of Luxembourg. After a few flat kilometres we will attack the famous climb Col de l'Europe (HC/1.5 km at 7.9%). The rest of stage will be mostly flat and crossing the southern part of Luxembourg.
Around 4 km before the finish in Schifflange the riders need to pass the short climb Kayler Poteau.More Info
3. ŠKODA TOUR LUXEMBOURG - KING STAGE
The 37.85 km are the last kilometres of Stage 3 which initially has started in Rosport and will finish in Diekirch (north of Luxembourg). The fairly steep slopes of Héndelbierg (HC/2 km at 6.1%) and Huelewee (HC/1.7 km at 7.3%) will separate the wheat from the chaff on the final 20.6 km course.More Info
4. ŠKODA TOUR LUXEMBOURG - TIME TRIAL
Get ready to ride the very same Stage 4 Individual Time Trial featuring in the 2022 Škoda Tour LuXembourg. Ride alongside the river Moselle, the border between Germany and Luxembourg before tackling some lumpy sections! Cross the finish line and compare your time with the pro's this September.More Info
5. ŠKODA TOUR LUXEMBOURG - FINAL STAGE
The big finale of the Skoda Tour LuXembourg 2022.
The 45.18km part starts in Arsdorf and will cross a large part of the western part of Luxembourg to finish in Luxembourg city (Limpertsberg). The route to the finish will be a mix of flat and hilly. Before attacking the last kilometre (flamme rouge) the riders need to climb the famous Papeierbierg (825 m at 9%) in Luxembourg City. It’s the perfect climb to make the difference at the end of the stage.More Info
1. Download FulGaz and set up a free account. To activate your extended trial, simply enter the promo code found in your registration email.
Downloading the trial gives you full access to FulGaz with no restrictions on content, or how often or how far you ride. If you’re returning to FulGaz for another go, send us a support ticket and we’ll hook you up with another trial on the house.
2. Connect your devices
When you load up FulGaz and hit Get Started, you’ll be greeted with a pairing screen. Here your smart bike/trainer/speed sensor will be picked up and listed. Select the devices you’d like to connect and click Let’s Ride.
Pro Tip If you can’t see your devices when trying to connect, they are most likely paired with another app (RGT, Rouvy, Zwift). You will need to deselect your trainer from that app’s pairing screen, quit that app, and restart FulGaz.
3. Set your preferences, weight and slope scaling
Click the settings icon to take a moment to set your display preference (metric or imperial). For the most realistic experience, enter your weight and bike weight. There are many other settings here also; it’s best to get a feel for riding FulGaz first before adjusting these. Start at around 60% uphill to get the feel. You can adjust this in ride also.
For the event itself, you won’t be able to adjust your bike weight. Only rider weight so please keep that in mind.
Pro Tip If you find the hills too hard, you can adjust the Slope Scaling, this is essentially the “trainer difficulty”. Adjusting this won’t make you faster, but it will make hills easier!
4. Download a video and ride
We always suggest downloading the video ahead of time. For any event you must download the video. Before the event, test your set up with something from the Easy collection. These rides will give you a good “feel” for how FulGaz looks and interacts with your trainer or smart bike.
5. Get event-ready
Before you start your event, make sure you turn up at the start line ready.
Here’s a quick checklist
- Download the ride ahead of time
- If joining us on Zoom for social rides, download the app and run it on a different device.
- Stay hydrated – have at least two bottles of water available
- Have a towel and fan to help you cool down.
To participate in this event from the comfort of your own home you will need some cycling equipment.
- Road Bike
- Smart Trainer (e.g Elite Suito,Wahoo Kickr) or a smart bike.
- Road Bike
- Standard Trainer (Check out some options here)
- Speed Sensor if using Standard trainer.
FulGaz works on Apple TV, MacOS or an iPhone or iPad as well as Windows and Android devices. To get started you will need to download the app onto your respective device. For an amazing viewing (and riding) experience we highly recommend using an Apple TV connected to your lounge room TV or monitor.
Please note rides in ‘event mode’ will force you to download the ride prior to starting. This ensures an uninterrupted riding experience so make sure you download each stage well ahead of time to avoid delays.
To find out more about the minimum specs required for your device, click here.