OC Sport, organiser of the Haute Route, has teamed up with the UCI Continental men’s cycling team, ONE Pro Cycling, to offer one lucky winner an all-inclusive trip to the Maserati Haute Route Norway test event between 3-6 August 2017.
With a full roster of ONE Pro staff including a team sportive director, mechanic, soigneur and a fully packed team car – the winner will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience all the spoils of riding for a professional team. In addition to this, travel, accommodation, food and a full Mavic race kit will all be provided.
The Maserati Haute Route Norway is the latest step in an ambitious global expansion of the Haute Route concept. With the inaugural event taking place in summer 2018, the three-day cyclosportive will be based in one location and, like all Haute Route events, feature timed and ranked racing on authorised roads for an amateur peloton of riders from all over the world.
In keeping with the Haute Route’s proposition, riders on the 2018 Maserati Haute Route Norway will benefit from safety, mechanical and medical support on the road, massages and a rider’s meal after racing and full logistical support meaning that the focus is exclusively on the riding.
Commenting on the competition Matt Holden, Cycling Strategic Development Director at OC Sport, said “We are really excited to welcome the winner out to join us at the Maserati Haute Route Norway test event in August. Haute Route has always aimed to provide participants with the highest level of support both on and off the bike, so what better way to do this than with the team at ONE Pro Cycling!”
Becky Frewing, General Manager at ONE Pro Cycling added “This is a fantastic opportunity for a cycling enthusiast to experience life as a pro cyclist, enjoy some amazing scenery in Norway and learn from our experienced team of performance and support staff. We look forward to welcoming one lucky winner to the team”
Interested riders can enter the competition online. Entries will close on 30 June 2017, with the winner being announced shortly after.