TdS Challenge test ride on 2 May 2018
28. March 2018









Test your spring form in the best of company! Together with professional cyclist Michael Albasini (Mitchelton-SCOTT), sports director David Loosli and track legend Kurt Betschart, we will ride the original track of the 2nd stage (1st lap) in Frauenfeld on Wednesday May 2nd. The number of participants is limited.

You have the unique opportunity on Wednesday, May 2nd in Frauenfeld to reconnoitre the course of the 2nd TdS Challenge stage in the company of professional cyclist Michael Albasini (Mitchelton-SCOOT) and the TdS management David Loosli and Kurt Betschart.
The test ride takes place north of Frauenfeld on the original route of this year’s Tour de Suisse. Three-time Tour de Suisse stage winner Michael Albasini will be accompanied by another Swiss cycling professional on the test ride.
During the ride with the cycling pros and ex-pros, a small snack will be provided for the physical well-being of all participants at the halfway point. After the “Coffee Break” the tour leads back to Frauenfeld.
The number of participants is limited. In the expense contribution of Fr. 100.00 includes lunch and drinks. Relocation possibilities in Frauenfeld are available.

10.00 Arrival Frauenfeld and briefing
10.30 Departure Frauenfeld
11.45 Catering
15.00 Arrival Frauenfeld

Register now quickly, because the participants will be determined after receipt of the registration.
For security reasons the number of participants is limited. Therefore register immediately by email to: info(at)

You will receive further information about the exact meeting point etc. via email after your registration.

The TdS Challenge 2018 leads over 3 stages:
1st stage | Sat 09.6. in Frauenfeld: Single time trial: 18,3km/190hm
Stage 2 | So. 10.6. in Frauenfeld: road race: 76,6km/810hm
Stage 3 | So. 17.6. in Bellinzona: road race: 68,8km/592hm

Further information & registration for the TdS Challenge can be found here:

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