Life is too short for cycling in the flat.
In the end of June I set off with my brother to cycle 100.000 meters of elevation throughout the Alpes. Our target was to climb more than twice the elevation of the hardest Tour de France ever and this of course fully unsupported. We crossed all major Alpine mountain passes (some of them twice) and climb a total of 105.000 meters of elevation – a challenge that has never been done before.
Re-follow the journey on the live tracker which shows where we were. Of course everyone is welcome to join for a part of the ride and we hope for some company!