- Trans Savoie / Trans Provence
Trans savoie this year was ace. 85 percent of the up was rideable. 99 percent of the down was rideable. People who’d done both seemed to say TP up is a lot of carry but the downs on both are awesome. TS has changed for 14 looking at it, it looks shorter with a lot of the, granted few, dull bits took out.
Apply to both you might get in none, both or one of them.
Tony TSVet.Posted 4 years agoStraightlinerSubscriber
TP is probably more of an ‘adventure’ in that you do more on bike climbing and the area the trails go through are not ridden as frequently. TS has more uplift and more descending, and routes through amazing areas of the Alps known to many as being winter sport havens.
TS is several years younger and will evolve more over time. TP has had the benefit of a few years of operation and improved elements of it over time.
Both are an incredible experience, enjoy it if you do get into either event.Posted 4 years agolimkildeMember
have send my entry form but got kind of wierd auto respone
Dear Trans-Savoie 2013 Entrant
***This is an auto-response email***
Thanks for your entry.
We will pool all entrants received in the period 20:00 – 24:00 CEST 14th April 2013, and select at random the final 10 entrants to this years event.
All entrants will be individually notified of the outcome within 48 hours.Posted 4 years ago
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