Amstel Gold Race

We are proud partner of  the Amstel Gold Race, a one-day classic road bicycle race in the province of Limburg, the Netherlands. It is part of the UCI World Tour. The Cyclosportive Amstel Gold Race, organized annually on the day before the professional event. Cycling fanatics and recreational bike riders can ride trajectories of 60, 100, 125, 150, 200 or 240 km. Every distance finishes on the location of the professional race, immediately after the climb of the Cauberg. For the Amstel Gold Race we provide the official profiles of the climbs.

We are proud partner of the Volta Limburg Classic, a single-day road bicycle race held annually in late March or early April in Limburg, Netherlands. Since 2005, the race is organized as an event on the UCI Europe Tour. Prior to 2012, the race was known as Hel van het Mergelland. For the Volta Limburg Classic we provide the official profiles of the climbs.


We are proud partner of Tour des Stations. In the heart of Valais Alps the world toughest one day cycling race! The Tour des Stations crosses through the enchanting countryside of the Canton of Valais, its mountainous vineyards, picturesque nature, authentic villages and internationally renowned resorts. The event has the ambition to become the reference of Swiss granfondo races, akin to the Marmottes Alpes in France and the Dolomites Marathon in Italy.

StatsHunters gives you nice extras on top of your Strava data. It will give you a nice way to show all your rides on a global heatmap, advanced statistics like country visits, eddington number, explorer tiles and more. With easy filtering by type, bike, name or date you can encourage and push yourself to the next level in cycling. It is free so connect now on

Epic Road Rides is the independent, online travel website for road cyclists. We inspire cyclists to visit cycling destinations across the world and help them plan their trip by providing: – inspiring first-hand accounts of our favourite rides in 30+ cycling destinations around the world; and – all the practical information needed, from route guides and GPX downloads to tips on where to stay and what kit to buy.