Renowned for its excellent location near the most beautiful passes in the Alps and its endless wild valleys to explore by bike, Megève is undeniably a privileged playground for "little queen" enthusiasts and mountain bike enthusiasts.

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Passage of the Tour de France

Winding roads in a grandiose panorama, paths that escape into the heart of nature... in Megève, cycling enthusiasts have a formidable playground at their disposal. beautiful cycling races, such as the Tour de France.

A magical moment that shows Megève's deep attachment to cycling. Every summer, Team Megève Mont-Blanc brings together cycling enthusiasts during this international race which highlights the best climbers in a technical circuit in the middle of the mountains.


Megève, land of cycling

The Haute Route Alps sets the bar even higher. This 714 kilometer amateur stage race which lasts 7 days with a total elevation gain of almost 20 meters makes it one of the most difficult in the series. This year, Megève will be the departure city on Sunday August 000 for a triumphant arrival in Nice scheduled for Saturday August 25. This new route, which combines long roaming stages, once again guarantees a great spectacle, with legendary climbs, as well as passages over legendary passes at an altitude of more than 31 meters.

Described by the magazine cyclist as “the ultimate life-changing physical challenge”, the Haute Route Alpes also highlights the human experience through the mutual support and camaraderie that emanates from this ultimate challenge.

Megève is a land blessed with cyclists and mountain bikers. In June, the alpine village hosted the Megève Mont-Blanc Cycling and at the beginning of July, the “MB Race”, one of the most difficult mountain bike races in the world, with a course of 140 kilometers, including 7000 meters of elevation gain.

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