If you buy 2 tickets, yes.
Yes. Your time of missed stage will be counted as same as last participant of that stage.
No, you must register at Open category.
Yes if you dare.
No, but we are working towards this and will update soonest if this changes
Authorities confirm it.
Absolutely yes, nice and smooth almost all the way. Authorities are working to have it perfect for race day. Almost identical route to 2019
We will be providing buses and trucks from CDH village (Phu Van Lau) early Saturday morning, and same service to come back after time trial. However participants are free to cycle there to warm up, and back also if preferred.
From Hue airport Taxis and other means of private transport are readily available and not expensive if preferred.
We have prepared a full cyclist village, where you’ll be able drop your bike box and leave it there all weekend (storage room), where we will help you assemble your bike if need it (mechanics), where your bike can sleep safely overnight (24h security), where you’ll be able to drop your luggage on Sunday before the race (bag drop area), get your bike packed and be ready to head to airport! Don’t forget to early check out before Sunday race then!
- Bike box storage room
- CdH Mechanics
- 24h Bicycle park security
- Bag drop area
- Water station
Yes you can at your convenience.
18 years old
Yes, we will have water stops for Gran Fondo.
Yes you can if you dare, but keep in mind stage 2 has a cut off time for safety reasons. If you don’t make it on time, you’ll be disqualified and ask to stop cycling. Transport will be provided to bring you back to CdH village.
Simple, best time from start to finish on both stages.
Yes. No helmet, no racing.
No, they aren’t.
The number of riders of a team that must cross the finish line of stage 1 and stage 2, to be eligible as CdH Team winner is 3 riders.