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28 & 29 June 2014
La Serre-Che Luc Alphand’ bike race is open to everyone. It will take place on saturday and sunday 28 & 29 June 2014 in Serre Chevalier, in France’s Hautes-Alpes department.
Routes selected for the 17th Serre-Che
A big surprise for this new edition : a new and longer route. 207km from Serre Chevalier, through Montgenevre and Mont Cenis passes in Italy, Télégraphe and Galibier passes on their northern sides, then back to Serre Chevalier. And still two shorter routes. New : the event takes place on 2 days, everyone can choose to ride on saturday or sunday. The races start in Serre Chevalier
In 2006, the famous magazine Cyclosport made a survey to know the favourite races. 3 races had a lot of votes : l’Ardéchoise, stage of the Tour de France and…. the Serre Che Luc Alphand.
A « human size » race titled the magazine which underlined « the friendly atmosphere» of the event…
The routes :
Parcours A : Chantemerle – col du Montgenèvre – Mont Cenis – Télégraphe – Galibier – Chantemerle : 207km
Parcours B : Chantemerle – col du Montgenèvre – Sestrieres – Echelle – Chantemerle : 110 km
Parcours C : Chantemerle – col du Montgenèvre – col de l’échelle – Chantemerle : 85km