Riders will compete over 6 days, 24 special stages, over 9,000m of climbing and 18,000m of descending. Starting in Embrun, the race finishes in it’s unique style on the French riveria town of Menton.
The Trans-Provence is more than just a race though. This is as much about the shared experiences and friendships made than just the straight timed stages. Here’s ‘Camp Zero’ to whet your appetite.
MAVIC® TRANS-PROVENCE 2016 /// CAMP ZERO from Mavic® Trans-Provence on Vimeo.