Discover the 2019 calendar of the BikingMan series
The BikingMan ultracycling races are unassisted (without external assistance). This is the ultimate endurance challenge for athletes that are ready to cycle unassisted in all kinds of terrain and weather conditions.
The 2019 season will be composed of 6 races that bring together the most demanding climatic and topographic conditions on the planet. From the desert of Oman, to the stunning mountains of Corsica, the jungle of Laos, the high altitude of the Peruvian Andes, the extreme south-west of Portugal and the endless passes of Taiwan…You can challenge yourself on one or more races of the 2019 season and get special price conditions with the “season” pass. To be ranked in the 2019 BikingMan Series, same rule as in 2018, you will need to be “finisher” on a minimum of two BikingMan races.
Explore the southeastern part of the Arabian Peninsula: the Hajar Mountains, the spectacular Jebel Shams Pass, the Ash Sharqiyah Desert and the Arabian Sea.
The ultimate bikepacking epic! Taste the quintessence of Peru and the Andean Cordillera. The grail of the BikingMan series on the historic roads of the Inca Empire.
Explore the Algarve mountains and the fortified cities of the Alentejo along the Spanish border. Join the Atlantic coast to reach the most extreme western point of Europe.
BikingMan points system for 2019 World Series
To enter the 2019 BikingMan Series ranking, the same rules apply from the 2018 season series, riders will be required to be “finisher” on a minimum of two BikingMan races in the same category.
2 race formats – 2 points level
the 2019 points system is made easy and simple, no fancy calculation or hidden rule that you would discover the hard way.
Ready for thenext race? IncaDivide #3
The Crown Jewel of the BikingMan series’ will be Peru for a third year ! 1,650 kilometers of exploration across the Peruvian Andes, its countless passes, snow-capped mountains and deep canyons. An experience of a lifetime awaits the 19 nationalities coming to participate.
Capped to 50 athletes this year, the race will start from Trujillo on the coast, the cultural capital city of Peru then head in the Andes, passing along several famous cities such as Cajamarca, Caraz, Carhuaz and Huaraz. The highlight of the race will be the Huascaran National Park, a mind-blowing area where the athletes will have to face high altitude and remote areas of the typical Andean lifestyle. Stay tuned for some action!
Get yourSEASON PASS Enter the BikingMan series with exclusive conditions.
Be among the athletes who sign up for the whole or part of the season with exclusive conditions: the best price, fast check-in, exclusive bib number and World Series ranking.
Focus on what matters: your race! For the rest, plan your season with the Explore pass (3 events) or the World series pass (access to the entire series).
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