In September 2019 we headed to Susa in the Italian Alps. We had 3 days to to ride the best climbs in the area, the Colle delle Nivolet, Sestriere, Col d'Izoard, Col d'Agnel, and the big one, the Colle del Nivolet
The Italian Alps. An area packed with stunning remote climbs on road and gravel. To help your holiday planning and adventures in up, we've created an interactive map with many of our favourite climbs, so you can plot routes on Strava knowing exactly where to find each climb.
View the Band of Climbers interactive map of the greatest climbs of the Dolomites and Northern Italy. It's a land so beautifully packed with cycling climbs of all descriptions, with something for everyone.
Band of Climbers brings you an interactive map which shows the summit locations of around 100 of the French Alps finest climbs. We created this map to help you plan your own rides, routes and adventures.
This weekend Band of Climbers supportedWahoo Fitnesson their ROAM Ride through the beautiful Peak District. We had perfect weather and a great group of riders join us for a stunning 110km ride which took in climbs including Monsal Head, Sheldon Hill, Longnor, The Rake and Froggatt.
The Grand Tours have popularized Europe's highest roads, making them the bucket list of many riders, but there is another iconic climb that is quickly topping riders bucket lists – the Taiwan KOM Challenge. A race which invites amateurs and World Tour riders to the start line.
In May we had our first Alpine group ride in collaboration with Mavic which took in the beautiful climb of Le Semnoz. 17km at at average of 7%, we climbed the longer side from Annecy, and descended back towards the lake, back to Pause Coffee Shop in the centre of town.