The registration for the 3rd Swiss-BikeAdventure is open. The Grand Depard will be July 2nd 2022 in Andermatt. New on the 1300km route are sections along the lake Geneva and Walensee.The route will be open for ITT from July 8th on.
Tomorrow, Wednesday 28th at 8:00 Matt and Robert will start ITT in Andermatt.
It’s also the first time Matt and Robert will meet each other. Previously they have only ridden together on Zwift!
“Hi, I’m Matt Spooner – a passionate cyclists and Triathlete. I live in Zug, Switzerland, with my wife and youngest daughter, my older sons are studying in the UK. Swiss Bike Adventure will be my first multi day ride, however, I have a strong competition background: I finished Triverest in 2020, I competed in the IM70.3 world championships in Nice in 2019, and completed the Summits For Hope Everesting challenge in 2018. Recently I started Ultra Running”
Robert Britton – British endurance athlete based in Italy, who likes to run and ride rather long distances.Finisher: 2 x Two Volcano Sprint (1000km), 3 Peaks Race (2000km) and Race Across Italy (790km).
Lorenz Beck finished the Swiss-BikeAdventure in ITT mode this afternoon 16:25 at Siviriez, where he started 4 days 10 hours and 10 minutes ago. That’s an average of 300km a day and brings him to 4th place overall. Yesterday Lorenz cycled from Bellinzona over Nufenenpass, Furkapass, Sustenpass and Grosse Scheidegg 240 km and 6600 vm to Interlaken, we met him at Realp after the Furkapass downhill. He told us that he enjoyed the route a lot and even that he knows Switzerland very well, he discovered some new places on the route.
David Hermans is the first rider who finished the Swiss-BikeAdventure in ITT mode. David finished this morning 21.07.2021 03:25 at the devils statue in Andermatt, that’s 3 days 20 hours and 25 minutes for the 1300km route with almost 30’000vm and 3rd fastest finish time. His last stage he started at Albulapass and he did an impressive distance of 341km with 7560m climbing over Albulapass, Flüelapass, San Bernardino, Nufenen and Furkapass. 5 big giants in one go to the finish.