One Ride Jerseys

Selection of one ride virtual Jerseys you can earn in our app. These are the hardest Jerseys to earn, so be proud of it.

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Brevet de Grimpeur du Ballon d’Alsace '23

The brevet de grimpeur du Ballon d'Alsace is an original certificate which consists in climbing the three sides of the Ballon d'Alsace by bike in the same day.

This is not an official Jersey of this challenge, please go to the official website for more info.

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Cinglés du Mont Ventoux '23

"N'est pas fou qui monte au Ventoux, mais est bien fou qui y retourne" ("He who climbs the Ventoux is not crazy, but he who returns is crazy")

What is the Cinglés du Mont Ventoux Club ?

Founded in 1988, they offer a permanent cycling tours. The brotherhood of the Cinglés du Mont Ventoux (literally means the Mont Ventoux crazed) group and showcase all of the cyclists that took part, accomplished and validated their performance of one of the cycling tours.

Up to 1988, thousands and thousands of cyclists had climbed the famous Mont-Ventoux by one of the 3 main roads (Bédoin, Malaucène ou Sault) and every one of them was proud to be able to add this performance to their list of achievements. Bédoin or Malaucène, is each 21 km long with a incline difference of 1600m. A real beast of a mountain.

In 1988, the idea of climbing the Mont-Ventoux by all 3 main roads in one day came to Christian Pic. Having tested this wonderful adventure himself, he was convinced that every reasonable trained cyclist would be able to perform the challenge without too much strain. The cyclist that was able to succeed this achievement would be certified a Cinglé du Mont-Ventoux (translation: a Mont-Ventoux crazed). Christian, the founding president launched the first official permanent cycling tour during de meeting of the FFCT at Easter 1988 in Miramas. The club was born.

In 1998, the creation of a second option gave the Cinglés community the possibility to become a Galériens by adding a fourth climb through the now famous forest route. This was one of another adventure that Christian tried and conquered 10 years earlier.

To earn this Jersey you must climb all the 3 sides of the Mont Ventoux in one single ride.

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Confrérie des Barons du Soulor Aubisque

To become a member of the Barons du Soulor Aubisque, you will have to climb and descend the 3 sides of the Soulor pass and the 2 sides of the Aubisque pass, from sunrise to sunset.

Departure from Argelès Gazost or Arthez d'Asson or Laruns via the mythical Aubisque pass.


This is not an official Jersey of this challenge, please go to the official website for more info.

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Gotthard-Challenge '23

Although just 106km in length, it should not be underestimated: with almost 40km of climbing, it presents a major challenge.

The first pass to be conquered from Andermatt is the Furka. Racing cyclists complete eleven kilometres to the top of the pass at 2436 metres above sea level. Further on in the canton of Valais, a long descent into the Gommertal awaits. Don't forget to fortify yourself, because this is where the 13-kilometre ascent of the Nufenen (2478 m above sea level) begins. As the second highest asphalted pass in Switzerland after the Umbrail, the Nufenen is quite a hike. In the Italian-speaking part of Switzerland, you are welcomed with a wonderful descent to Airolo, where the third pass finally begins up to the Gotthard (2091 m above sea level). Most of the traffic disappears into the fourth longest tunnel in the world, the rest takes the main road to the pass. The racing cyclists pedal up the old road, called La Tremola. Unique in the Alps: the Tremola is paved on the 24 serpentines in the upper part. Once you reach the top of the pass, Andermatt is just a few kilometres further down.

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Gran Stelvio '23

The Gran Stelvio is first and foremost a challenge to be enjoyed.

Climb the Stelvio from all three sides in one ride and earn the Gran Stelvio badge. The challenge starts from Prad to Bormio, then over the Umbrail pass to Santa Maria and then back again to Prad.

If you have a digital (strava or gpx) or analog proof like mentioned on the website of Gran Stelvio, you will get a free badge. The analog proof is a card stamped at their partners in Prad, Bormio and Santa Maria Val Müstair.

This is NOT an official Jersey, to enter the real challenge, go to the website of the organization.

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Grand Fada du Puy Mary '23

The Puy Mary
From the top of the Puy Mary, the largest European volcano and listed as a "Grand Site de France", you have an unspoilt 360°-view of the Cantal and the seven glacier valleys.

This is not the official challenge, please go to more info.

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La Marmotte '23


Le Défi du Mont Chemin '23

Open to all cyclists over 18 years of age who make 2 ascents of the Col du Lein (1658m) during the day

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Les Dingos de Lustin '23

Long and forgotten challenge near Lustin, Belgium. Climb the 6 "walls" that lead to Lustin in one ride. If you did the challenge it in n less than 1h45, you were a Bronze Dingolustin. Silver 1.30, Gold 1.15. To be a Diamond Dingolustin, you will have compleet the climbs under the hour mark.


Les Fondus de la Croix '23

The Col de la Croix (1778 m) above Villars s/Ollon on the south side and the Diablerets on the north side must be climbed on the same day, between sunrise and sunset. The climbs are done by the three main routes: Aigle - Les Diablerets - La Croix . Ollon - Villars - La Croix. Bex - Villars - La Croix.

Total distance: 140 km

This is not the official challenge, go to the official site for more info.

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Les Trois Cols '23


Les Trois Cols '23

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Mergelland Route '23

Back in the days when there were no signposted AGR loops, GPX files, Garmin cycling computer or apps like Strava, Komoot or myCols, there was one permanent signed cycling route that took on almost mythical proportions: the Mergellandroute.

The classic route was once conceived by the ANWB in 1963 as a tourist car ride through the South Limburg countryside. At the time, the ANWB set out such routes throughout the Netherlands, indicated by hexagonal signs. Many of these routes were later discontinued due to traffic congestion. However, the Mergelland Route remained in existence.

The familiar hexagonal signs in brown (car, 110km) and since the 1990s also in green (bike, 127km) decorated the route. In 2015, the green signs were completely removed for safety and maintenance reasons. Only the car variant can still be followed using the brown signs.

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Peaks Challenge Falls Creek '23

The Peaks Challenge Falls Creek is a challenging cycling event held in the Australian Alps region of Victoria in March each year.

It was launched by Bicycle Network in 2010, and aims to provide cyclists with one of the world’s toughest and most picturesque cycling challenges through Victoria’s Alpine region.

You’ll tackle the ascents of Tawonga Gap, Mount Hotham and finally, ‘The Beast’ that is the back of Falls. The back of Falls will hit you like a tonne of bricks. With 200km in your legs, you’ll quickly learn why the first pinch is notorious among past Peaks riders. It’s a steep and relentless climb with little reprieve.

The traditional route has little flat sections, with the majority of the ride either climbing or descending. The route starts at the top of Falls creek with a long descent to the valley floor of about 28 km. Immediately the first climb off Tawonga gap starts which is about 7 km long at an average gradient around 6%, rising just under 500 m from the start. Tawonga gap descends to Germantown at which point the main flat section of the route starts to Harrietville, a distance of 22 km rising no more than 200m along the length. At Harrietville the longest climb of the day starts to the top of Mount Hotham. This is a 30 km long climb broken into two 10 km steep sections averaging 6% gradient plus a flatter midsection at 2%. At the top of Mt Hotham a long descent to Omeo is started, which extends for some 50 km taking in Dinner plain along the way and a 4 km climb just before Omeo is reached. At Omeo a further 4 km climb is encountered along the road to the start of the climb to Falls Creek (known as "the back of Falls). The climb starts exactly on 200 km distance with the encounter of "WTF "corner", which is a 600 m section of road rising to 15% gradient. After this point is passed the rest of the climb for the next 9 km does not drop below 9% the whole way until Trapyard gap is reached. Here the road gets easier for the last 500 m vertical elevation to the summit, and the ride them is completed by a short descent into the township, around a mountain top reservoir.

This is not an official Jersey, more info go to the website of the real organisation.

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SellaRonda '23

Four famous mountain passes of a classic cycling circuit through scenery that genuinely deserves the word ‘dramatic’ as the bulk of the Piz Boè looms above you. None of the climbs is particularly long or very steep and the total amount of climbing is pretty manageable.
These passes were the scene of some of the most famous battles in Italian cycling and at the Passo Pordoi there’s a monument to Fausto Coppi and another that commemorates the winners of the Cima Coppi (the first person over the highest point in each Giro d’Italia). These climbs are very popular ride with cyclists, but also with car drivers and motorcyclists. So it gets pretty busy.


Susten - Grimsel - Furka '23

The route leads racing cyclists first from Andermatt through the Schöllenen to Göschenen and on to Wassen. From there you cycle amidst the imposing mountain scenery through the Meien valley up to the Susten pass. Once you have climbed the pass, you will soon be greeted by the Steingletscher glacier. From Innertkirchen the ascent takes place past the Grimselsee to the Grimsel, where marmots keep watch. Over several short hairpin bends, the route descends to Gletsch. Here the Furka steam train has its mountain station. The climb up to the Furka follows. From the pass road, the fearsome serpentine construction of the Grimsel Pass can be marveled at once again. Shortly before reaching the top of the pass, racing cyclists pass the Hotel Belvédère. During the descent you can enjoy the picturesque landscape on the Uri side. The stretch to Hospental on to Andermatt allows you to reflect on what you have experienced.

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The Italian Job '23

Mortirolo, Gavia and Stelvio are some of the most famous and most challenging climbs in world cycling and climbing any of them makes for a tough day out. In this challenge you need to do all three in one ride.


Trittico del Mortirolo '23

As the rules of the 'Trittico' state, the Mortirolo Pass must be tackled on the same day from three sides: from Mazzo, from Grosio, and from Monno.

This challenge was ridden around 2007, but we don't know if it is still organised.

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