The third edition of the Protective BIKE Four Peaks - the mountain bike highlight for everyone - will take place from June 17 thru 20, 2015. Expect four exciting stages through the best mtb areas of the Alps again. Race Director Marc Schneider is already working on the routing. And we can't wait to welcome you again next summer.
The date for the start of the online registration will be communicated soon, too.
We have compiled for you the most beautiful and emotional images of this year Protective BIKE Four Peaks 2014 in a highlight video. Enjoy watching…
For the first time ever, participants of the 2014 Four Peaks edition have the chance to benefit from our new 'Lost & Found' service. No matter what you lost over the course of the four-day stage race, check online if your missing item has been found. Click here to check our 'Lost & Found' page.
As of now, all participant shots and impressions taken by Sportograf over the course of the four-day stage race are online and available for download. Take the chance and purchase some unique memories of the 2014 Protective BIKE Four Peaks. Click HERE to search for images.
A total of 70 participants of the Protective BIKE Four Peaks' second edition have reached the finish in Kaprun last Saturday and were rewarded with the precious Finisher Jersey. 93% of the field which had lined up at Leogang mastered the 273.45 km and 9,212 metres of the four-day mountain bike stage race.
Jochen Käß (GER) has claimed victory on the final stage of the 2014 Protective BIKE Four Peaks. The Centurion Vaude team member mastered the 75.07 km and 1,955 metres of altitude from Neukirchen am Großvenediger to Kaprun in 2:46:55.3. Just a few seconds behind, Kristian Hynek (CZE) of Topeak Ergon (2:48:08.9) and Yellow Jersey wearer Christoph Sauser (SUI) of Specialized Racing (2:47:10.6) followed.
This year's final stage goes into reversed direction compared to last year and is a true 'Pinzgau Explorer' over 76.56 km and 1,981 metres in elevation gain from Neukirchen am Großvenediger to Kaprun.
Christoph Sauser (SUI) has also put his mark on the third day of the 2014 Protective BIKE Four Peaks.
The third day might look short, and well, it is with its 46.26 km and 2,465 metres in elevation from Kirchberg in Tyrol to Neukirchen am Großvenediger; but due to three legit trails the penultimate stage is very demanding.
Thanks to a successful attack in the last climb to Ehrenbachhöhe Christoph Sauser (SUI) was able to celebrate a back-to-back win on day two of the Protective BIKE Four Peaks after his victory on the opening stage yesterday.
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