The challenge for 2011: The Tour de Provence, a serie of 5 or 8 stages with 16 famous cols. Top cyclists climbed those mountains. And now it is your turn!


Are you ready?
You can start whenever you like and as many times you like. From April 10th till the end of september: The Tour de Provence. A cycling tour for amateurs and professionals that is unique in its kind and will take you to the beautiful roads through the French Provence. Big names from the Tour de France have been there before you; Peter Winnen, Gert Jan Teunissen, Steven Rooks and of course Michael Boogerd, Robert Miller and Lance Armstrong. Strong climbers that know how though these Cols can be. And now it’s your turn. With your chin on the stear or standing on the pedals, this year cycling enthusiasts can face their own limits in the Tour de Provence. The most beautiful routes, designed by former international skating coach Hans Homma, are waiting for you. Are you ready? You decide the starting date; we supply you with a professional outfit, the maps and something great to remember!
Choose your own pace
Surrounded by the majestic peaks you can choose your own pace. Every stage starts and ends in Castellane. The rhythm is up to you to decide; every day a stage or relax a day in between at Lac du Castllion or Lac de St. Croix or enjoy the Gorges du Verdon. Eventually you’ll want to do all the stages to finalise every part of the Tour de Provence to take the trophy home. You can choose out of two series, the Sport Serie: five stages with a total length of 509 km. This is ideal for light to fairly experienced cyclists. The Pro series adds another three stages and is for anyone who’s more willing and able on wheels! Total length of the Pro Serie is 1028 km with 16 cols. Participants receive a stamp at every finish and must show the completed stamp card, for the Sport or Pro edition to get the final bonus; The Tour de Provence Trophy 2011. Questions about the Tour de Provence or the best places to stay? Mail us via

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