The second edition will takes place in five stages from Laax via Arosa to Davos. Those who register for the Swiss Epic 2020 in Graubünden before 31 December 2019 will benefit from a starting price of CHF 1895. Later there will be two further sales phases, with a surcharge of CHF 100 per person per phase.
All participants benefit from a special all-inclusive offer with comprehensive service. This includes, among other things, five nights in a double room, full board and luggage transport between the stage locations.
The ‘Swiss Epic’ in Graubünden is aimed at professionals and ambitious amateurs. Two-person teams of women or men as well as mixed teams can participate. The best of them qualify for the legendary ‘Absa Cape Epic’ in South Africa. Together with ‘The Pioneer’ in New Zealand, the two events form the worldwide ‘Epic Series’ - the most important multi-stage races in the world.Register now for Swiss Epic 2020
The tour starts and ends in Davos. On all stages there are alternatives to shorten the route with mountain railways, Postbus or the Rhaetian Railway. The Swiss Epic Route is available with four overnight stays and three daily stages or with six overnight stays and five daily stages - including luggage transport. In Davos you can choose between the Hotel Grischa as part of the premium offer with half board and the Hotel Panorama as a standard offer with room/breakfast. Happy riding!
In order to recover quickly after a hard workout, Severin has its own recipe: a Power Smoothie.
This recipe is fast, tasty and has everything you need to recharge your batteries after a training session.
Longer training sessions, interval training and why a Blackroll and stretching exercises are indispensable: Severin and Fabian reveal in the third episode what their training for Swiss Epic in Graubünden looks like. Highlights: Severin's favourite mountain bike route in Davos Klosters and Fabian's regeneration tip after a long training day.
From spare parts to snacks: The fourth and last episode of our #RoadToSwissEpic video series shows what Severin is putting in his bag. By the way: We report live on our Instagram channel during the race and accompany our racing team around the clock at the Swiss Epic in Graubünden.