Start from Sega Digon

This non-competitive bike ride is open to everyone (non-registered hikers). This is the only race in which E-Bikes are permitted (pedal assisted). No alphabetical list of participants and travel times will be released. The sprint section will be located in San Leonardo and participants will have to return to Sega Digon independently along the public road.

REGISTRATION:

It costs €10 per entrant to register and you can do so:

  • in Sopalù on 27 July from 3pm to 6pm.
  • in Sega Digon on 28 July, up to one hour before departure, at a cost of €10 per entrant.

DEPARTURE:
09.45am

AWARDS:
Prize draw according to availability.

ROUTE:
Length: 17km
Altitude range: 700m
Minimum altitude: 1115m
Maximum altitude: 1663m
Average gradient: 8.5%
Maximum gradient: 20%

Start from Sega Digon

This non-competitive bike ride is open to everyone (non-registered hikers). This is the only race in which E-Bikes are permitted (pedal assisted). No alphabetical list of participants and travel times will be released. The sprint section will be located in San Leonardo and participants will have to return to Sega Digon independently along the public road.

REGISTRATION:

It costs €10 per entrant to register and you can do so:

  • in Sopalù on 27 July from 3pm to 6pm.
  • in Sega Digon on 28 July, up to one hour before departure, at a cost of €10 per entrant.

DEPARTURE:
10.30am

AWARDS:
Prize draw according to availability.

ROUTE:
Length: 17km
Altitude range: 700m
Minimum altitude: 1115m
Maximum altitude: 1663m
Average gradient: 8.5%
Maximum gradient: 20%

Where to Find Us

The Pedalonga runs through the wonderful region of Val Comelico, in the province of Belluno (Italy). The start and finish lines will be located in Sega Digon, Comelico Superiore.

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Getting Here

Take a look at our suggestions on how to get to the scheduled start line and race office.

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Affiliated Accommodation

Participating in the Pedalonga is a unique opportunity to experience the traditions and customs of Val Comelico. Here is some further information on hospitality in the Dolomites.

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