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Baikal Bike Trophy (2013)

dates August 19, 2013August 24, 2013
http://www.absolute-siberia.com Озеро Байкал, Иркутская область, Россия [large map] 53.5658, 108.209
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6-stage XCM cycling race , 4-th edition, “For preservation of clean water” series

Baikal Bike Trophy event takes place every year in August on Olkhon Island of the world’s deepest, largest in volume of freshwater Lake Baikal. The race held over 6 days includes a time-trial prologue of 29 km and XCM races from 60 to 90,5 km, with nutrition and drink points, technical assistance provided. With some 7000 m of climbing, its massive and, probably, Russia’s most scenic cycling route, the Baikal Bike Trophy race around the Olkhon Island traverses through the land sections of various landscapes – from sand dunes and steppe with taiga-woods to rocks and gorges – in the premises of Baikal National Park. The climbs are not that high, although still reaching more than 1,000 meters, and are in some places a bit steep, often making for more spectacular racing.
Every year the organizers deliver an unforgettable mountain bike and Siberian travel-experience in the Baikal stunning environment. It has become a tradition that the riders in the Baikal Bike Trophy Race plant fir and cedar tree seedlings to help the island’s unique environment, hold daily briefings and lectures on nutrition, training and bike technology to provide insider ‘Baikal-specific’ knowledge, the video shot during each day of the race is shown, local folk lore entertainment is arranged, as well as camp fire that bringing together people of different nationalities provides for great opportunities of intercultural exchanges.
Male/female riders 18 years old and over, physically fit, are eligible to ride individually or in teams of two in the Baikal Bike Trophy. If you’re a first timer, seasoned pro or just out to have some fun we would love to see you experience bike racing on Olkhon Island of the Glorious Baikal! Recreational and family tracks of 15 and 10 km to local nature landmarks ( such as the Holy Mountain of Zhima) and archeological sites are available for those who may be new to mountain biking and who just want to enjoy the ride without the pressure of racing. Also offered are special pre-race and post-event tour packages as well as the supporter package allowing riders to bring along their supporters to share in their Baikal Bike Trophy one-of-a-kind experience.. Race or ride on the sacred island of the local Buryat people, amidst tremendous energy grid of water that Lake Baikal holds…

Web registration is available. Opens on 2013-04-05. Closes on 2013-05-31.

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Cost: from USD 1650 includine 6-stage reigstration and start fee, accommodation in log-cabins, meals, transfers
Course Description: Stage 1 Time-trial prologue of 28.8 km (heights diagram: min. 453 m, average 515 m, max 649 m;maximum gradient – 19,8 % – 21,6 %, Average gradient -3,7 -3,4 %
Stage 2: XCM course of 61.3 km ( min. 459 m, average 671 m, max 852 m; max gradient – 22,8 %, Average – 5,4 – 4,9 %
Stage 3 :XCM course of 90,5 km ( min. 450 m, average 524 m, max 655 m; height increase /decrease: 1675 -1674 m; max gradient -14,1-20,7 %, average gradient:3,0-3,4 %)
Stage 4 : XCM course of 68,3 km ( heights diagram: min 461 m, average 609 m, max 893 m; heights increase/decrease: 1782-1782 m; max gradient:17,0 -19,7 %, average gradient : 4,9 %
Stage 5 : XCM course of 60,6 km (heights diagram: min 452 m, average 614 m, max 896 m; heights increase/decrease: 1371 -1369 m; max gradient: 14,7 -15,3 %, average gradient: 4,2 -4,4 %)
Stage 6 : XCM course of 72,2 km (heights diagram: min 453 m, average 578 m, max 860 m; heights increase/decrease: 1959 -1937 m; max gradient: 20,4-17,5 %; average gradient: 4,6-4,8 %


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