|April 27th to May 1st 2020|
|BikingMan Corsica #3
Who has never dreamt of bikepacking Corsica? Dare to ride around the Jewel island and get the maximum experience! From Biguglia (Bastia), you will face the mountains through the Regional natural Park of Corsica, to reach the Southern parts of the island. You will then follow the west coast heading north, passing by its enchanting beaches, through the desert of the Agriates and around the Cap Corse. Corsica at a 100%
BikingMan CORSICA #3 in numbers
History and symbols of Corsica
One of the legends about the origin of the name given to the island of Corsica tells us that the Greeks would have called it Kallistê (in ancient Greek: “the most beautiful”). True or false, this mythical island is the crown jewel of the Mediterranean sea and offers an extraordinary cycling experience. Its topography makes it a mountain emerged from the sea.
Being the fourth largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Corsica has long been part of the Republic of Genoa before becoming a french department during the revolution, on January 15th 1790.
Its immense forests and numerous summits at 2.000 meters above sea level have long been a challenge for its potential invaders to penetrate its lands. The island has a rich and preserved biodiversity with many protected reserves. Its mountains, snowy in the winter, entail demanding passes, expect a hilly riding experience, at the best climatic / touristic period. For 2020, the race course has been improved to reach Palombaggia beaches and then ride Ospedale and Bacinu passes…
Corsica is 100% tarmac road conditions.
For this reason, we advise using:
You are required to have the following equipments with you during the race. The organisation will ensure you have all mandatory equipement when you attend the athletes and bikes check-in.
Athletes Hall of FAME
Come as you are is the number one rule for BikingMAN races. Last year we had world record holders, epic adventurers, experienced ultracyclists, olympians, etc… Check the list of participants for BikingMan Corsica 2020 and discover who you will be riding with across the island. You can also take a look at 2019’s finishers.
What’s included in my inscription
After the race
Robbie Ferri, ultracyclist from england who raced the entire 2018 series, is sharing the kit list and bike details he used …