We’ve got a number of new and exciting rides from around the globe to share with you and help keep your indoor riding exciting!
This week’s collection takes us on a journey around the world, starting in the United States (Rick Norton), then to Malta (Aidan Buttigieg), Ireland (Jimmy Brown), and Slovenia (Igor Kerzan).
Get ready to feel the burn as this collection features some punchy, quad-burning climbs.
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The tour starts near the centre of Laško, the town where Laško and Heineken beer are produced. There is a 1Km fairly flat section at the start, then the real climbing begins. The ascent is six kilometers, the average slope is 8.2%, and the maximum slope is 12.7%. At the top we have a beautiful view of the valley.More Info
The tour starts in the village of Frankolovo. After one kilometre we start to climb towards the village Sojek, the highest point of this tour. The ascent is 6.2 kilometres with 4.7% of the average slope, then 2.7 kilometre of descent where we arrive at the Žička Carthusian Monastery. The Carthusian monastery (kartuzíja) is the name for a monastery of the Catholic religious order of the Carthusians. The name derives from the name of the secluded high mountain valley of Chartreuse in France, in the Dauphiné Alps, where in 1085 Saint Bruno and his companions had the first Carthusian monastery Grande Chartreuse (Gránd šartréz) built, also the Grand Carthusian Monastery.More Info
The tour starts in the village of Luče and continues to Podvolovljek, where the real ascent begins. After 8 Km of flat section, 5.9 Km of climbing follow. Climb all the way to the top of Velika Planina. The average slope of the ascent is 8.4% and the max slope is 12.7%. This is a climb that was also ridden by professional cyclists on this year's 2022 Tour of Slovenia.More Info
Enjoy one lap 90Km (55.92 miles) of the Ironman Cork bike course which heads straight out into the rolling Irish countryside with a combination of flat and undulating roads with magnificent views. The course takes athletes through the scenic East Ferry, the buzzing town centre of Youghal, including the famous Cork Hill in amazing weather conditions.More Info
Departing from the gateway of Gozo, the Mgarr Ferry Terminal, this ride takes you across one of Malta's iconic islands, Gozo. Heading straight to the popular diving site of the Azure Window (collapsed in 2017) this ride then climbs back to Ta' Pinu Basillica before heading out to Marsalforn. With the view of the Citadella in sight as you approach Gozo's main city of Victoria, the ride finishes at Gozo's largest church and Europe's third highest unsupported dome, the Xewkija Rotunda.More Info
Loudoun County boasts some of the oldest, best preserved, and still-connected network gravel roads in the country. There is actually an organization called the 1725 (for the year 1725) project that looks after the preservation of these roads. You will roll past lots of horse farms, old stone walls, and occasionally share the road with an equestrian or two. Enjoy the budding scenery and quiet roads on a rare blue sky day this Spring.More Info