The Extreme Race Around Austria is, with its 2,200 km, alongside the border of Austria the toughest bike race in Europe and a qualifying race for the legendary Race Across America. This ain't no tour, it's not a stage race. Time is running non-stop till the finish line, either by yourself or in a team. Team Race Around Austria, tow or four athletes share the route individually.
The RAP is a combination of two worlds-supported cycling races and unsupported bike marathons. Both options are available. You can ride solo or in a team. The route of the race runs along the Polish border and is about 3600 km long and 30000 meters of elevation in total. The minimum distance to finish the race is 300 km with the line at the first time station in Hrubieszo'w. Each next 300 km is another finish line, but the goal of the participants is of course, the full loop 3600 km! Our Motto is: "Race for all, Around for the [...]
Beginning in Oceanside, California and continuing non-stop to the finish in Annapolis, Maryland, the Race Across America (RAAM) is one of the most well known ultra-endurance events across all sports. It has been running since the early 1980's and while it has included finishes by professional cyclists, it has also seen its share of relative newcomers to competitive cycling. There are race formats that welcome solo riders as well as two, four, or eight person relay teams. Solo racers must qualify by performance in at least one 'RAAM Qualifier' event. Qualification standards do not apply to relay teams. RAAM does [...]
Beginning in Oceanside, California and continuing non-stop to the finish in Durango, Colorado, the Race Across the West (RAW) is run coincident with RAAM and utilizes the same course, while ending after 930 miles in Durango.. While much shorter than the full RAAM event, the RAW challenges riders with the extremes of elevation gain, altitude and desert heat.
K2K has been called the Journey Extraordinaire, A grueling journey that stretches approximately 3,600 kilometers from the northern most state of India “Kashmir” to the Southernmost tip of India called Cape Comorin and later named also as Kanyakumari. The journey from sky to the ocean begins 12,000 feet up in the Himalayas and finishes at Cape Comorin/Kanyakumari, the confluencing town of Bay of Bengal, adjoining the Indian Ocean and Arabian sea. The route includes pre-planned overnight locations with ultra-distance days between each one.