Parcours A appelé « Granfondo du Val de Susa » d’une distance de 205 km et 4200m de dénivelé positif, avec les cols du Montgenèvre, du Mont-Cenis par le versant italien, du Télégraphe et du Galibier.
Parcours B d’une distance de 108 km et 2000 mètres de dénivelé positif, avec la côte de Champcella et le mythique col d’Izoard et sa « Casse déserte ».
Parcours C d’une distance de 85 km et 1300m de dénivelé positif, avec les ascensions du Montgenèvre et de l’Echelle.
The 18th Serre-Che is already in preparation and its enduring appeal is down to our loyal partners and volunteers whom we must thank for succeeding in creating this memorable summertime event in our magnificent Serre Chevalier Valley.
This latest Serre-Che is scheduled for Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 June 2015 and features new routes and the full grandeur of the Alps. For this 18th Serre-Che the organisers bring you stunning new routes that cross legendary mountain passes such as those at Izoard, Mont-Cenis, Télégraphe and Galibier via its northern flank…
As in previous years, participants will have the choice of three different routes along mountain roads closed to traffic. These three routes give something for everyone, and combine technical ability with mountain terrain and beautiful landscapes.
Our patron, Luc Alphand, and I look forward to seeing you on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 June 2015 to share in the fun of the race and to savour the pleasure of proving your stamina and testing yourself to your limits.
President of the Organising Committee
Taking on the great mountain passes here in Serre Chevalier is the stuff of legend. With the Serre-Che we are giving you the opportunity to experience that for yourself, and believe me it will be truly unforgettable.
For this latest Serre-Che the organisers are bringing you new routes and stunning panoramas from those legendary mountain passes and giants of the Alps, the Izoard, Echelle, Télégraphe, Galibier and the enchanting Mont-Cenis. So, join us for this latest event in the series and find out how the bike is king here in Serre Chevalier in the summer. See you soon with your bike!