New bike course for Polar Cannes International Triathlon 2018

A demanding route of 107 kilometres and 1,700 meters elevation gain

 Polar Cannes International Triathlon will have a new bike course in 2018. 107 kilometres long and with 1,700 meters of elevation gain, it is a demanding route with changes and improvements versus the 2017 edition.

The course begins by the sea with a very fast start. After 10km, the climb to Tanneron starts with a 10km stretch that offers spectacular views of the Bay of Cannes.

Polar Cannes International Triathlon

Afterwards, the descent begins towards Montauroux by the St. Cassian lake to connect with a continuous succession of ascents and descents (direction Saint Cezaire).

From Saint Cassien les Bois, you climb back to Tanneron. Already in the final stretch comes the descent to Pegomas and the return to the sea.

More information: www.cannes-international-triathlon.com

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