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Season Finale on the Moselle/Saar/Ruwer (Trier)

Close the 2017 Cycling Season in a Group – 30/09-3/10/2017

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As a finale to the 2017 season between 30th September and 3rd October we shall whisk you off to the sun-drenched Germany-Luxembourg-France border triangle to enjoy some late season form on the occasionally sharp climbs in the Moselle, Saar and Ruwer area.

Even 2000 years ago the ancient Romans knew the meaning of pleasure and culture, thus making Augusta Treverorum, today's Trier, the capital of their empire. On this short break we'll be helping you discover a number of monuments which are World Heritage Sites and, particularly, the cultivated countryside around the Moselle capital, Trier. Entirely within the tradition of “sanus per aquam”, you'll be able to enjoy several facets of Roman culture, from sweat-inducing climbs to the spa area of our superior four-star hotel.

You've earned it!


Impressions


The Guides

Michael – The Man from the Palatinate

quäldich-Guide Michael Haase

Loves everything about bikes and zoomed to us from the Palatinate. Loves the empty roads of the Vosges and France's Massif Central. Reels off as many miles as possible on our trips - like a train!

Uli – The Sommelier

quäldich-Guide Ulrich Klein

Uli's natural habitat, both at work and on the bike, is the slopes, especially wherever wine and culture flourish. As Epic Climbs' official sommelier, he's a great addition to any table, too.

Gereon – The V12 Roadster

quäldich-Guide Gereon Baltes

Gereon loves the scenery and cuisine of his own, Mosel region near Trier. And he's trying to infect us with the same passion. Into tough workouts and the dolce vita. But he also enjoys riding in the Pyrenees and Provence.


Getting there

Our ****-hotel is a little outside Trier town centre.

From Germany, Austria, Switzerland take the A1/A602 to Trier.

We recommend you use our internal forum to organise car-sharing.

The nearest airport is Luxembourg. From there, take a regional train to Trier.

By long-distance train to Mannheim or Coblenz, and then take a regional train to Trier.


The Itinerary

Guided Bike Tour 30/09-3/10/2017

  • Friday, 29th September 2017
    All those who have booked the opening night travel to Trier.
  • Saturday, 30th September 2017
    Start of the first ride from Trier at 10am.
  • Sunday, 1st October and Monday, 2nd October
    Rides from Trier
  • Tuesday, 3rd October
    Ride from Trier Return between 1pm and 3pm. Leave Trier.

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