20 - 27 April ( This event is now SOLD OUT.)

A completely new-look series of tough rides on the best roads of the Belgian Ardennes, including two ride-to-the-race stages to watch both the Fleche Wallonne and Liege-Bastogne-Liege.

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The Stages

Stage 1


135kms / 2140m

Main climbs:
Nothing too tough!

A gentle ride to the Mur d’Huy ( and back) to watch both the men and the women race over this legendary Wall. Four hours of race-watching in a location hard to beat anywhere for being close to the action.

Stage 2


236kms / 4,400m

Main climbs:
Fleche Wallonne

“Fleche Wallonne ++ ( The Seven Walls) ”. An ‘improved’ version of this Classic race, including two ascents of the Mur and five other lesser-known local ‘walls’ just as hard ( if not harder!)

Stage 3


177kms / 3,600m

Main climbs:
La Roche en Ardenne

"A favourite combination of the best roads I train on, and love, all winter and spring to offer a slightly gentler day between the two Giant Stages :)" Phil D

Stage 4


254kms / 5,800m.

Main climbs:

All the L-B-L climbs and much, much more make this route a true “CCC Classic”. Riding alongside the official LBL sportive event at times before turning off for even higher roads! E-P-I-C!

Stage 5


89kms / 1250m

A leg-loosener ride over to watch the race roadside at La Redoute ( big screen).

Stage 6


203kms / 2,900m

Main climbs:
"Eiffel Towers"

The first of three superbly panoramic stages. This one goes through the Hautes Fagnes region of Belgium and then into Germany via the Eiffel wilderness. The highest and wildest part of Belgium. Get ready to be surprised!

Stage 7

Amonines to Vianden.

232kms / 4,600m

Main climbs:
“Luxembourg Luxury part 1”.

Smooth roads, posh tarmac, Alpinesque climbs & descents. The quality of the riding in this country is a beautifully well-kept secret! We stay overnight in Vianden, a fabulous medieval town dominated by a formidable castle.

Stage 8

Vianden to Amonines

223kms / 4,400m

Main climbs:
“Luxembourg Luxury part 2”.

More of the same. Two days allow us to cover almost all of the best climbs and descents of this beautiful country, before we head back into “dirty” Belgium via Bastogne to end with a few “real” roads!!