162KM & 2.400M OF ELEVATION

Boasting 2,400m of elevation, the 162km race tests the endurance of riders with an awe-inspiring course. The first 25km leads along the Moselle region which occupies much of the eastern part of the country and features slopes flanking the majestic Moselle River before testing for the first time their climbing qualities.

The 162km course is a very challenging race track with a repetition of short and steep climbs.

The race course will also cross the Mullerthal Region – Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland – which owes its name to its hilly landscape reminiscent of real Switzerland. This region is above all a unique biotope characterized by fascinating rock formations which owe their aspect to millenniums of erosion. Parts of the region are about to become a nature park. The Schleck Gran Fondo provides spectacular views at the rock formations.

The highest point is reached after 81,5km in Angelsberg, before returning to the start/ finish in Mondorf-les-Bains

89,5 KM & 1.400M OF ELEVATION

The 89,5km race provides a shorter challenge for all abilities. The first 40km follow the route of the 162km course. Then, 8km further, the riders of the small track will rejoin the others on the 162km route. Their highest elevation on the short track will be reached after 62 km.

There are 3 feed zones on the 162km track of the Schleck Gran Fondo course, and 2 on the 89,5km. Drinks and food are provided at each location. However, riders are advised to start with two full bottles and carry their own food supply and spare tubes. A supplementary feed zone will be installed close to the arriving zone.

The Organizers reserve the right to modify or substitute the race as they deem fit. Any amendments will be updated on the official website.