EMBRUN – MENTON [FRANCE] /// 18 - 25 JUNE 2016

Trans-Provence is a manifestation of what we believe mountain biking is all about; a melting pot of our sport's finest ingredient elements.

In physical terms this means a week-long itinerary of true mountain wilderness, a huge and varied catalogue of awesome gravity-fuelled singletrack from the High Alps to the Mediterranean Sea. It exists since 2009 as a rally-style race which many past participants will tell you is more about the adventure than the time on the clock.

Welcome to our website where you can get a taster for it all, or jump right in by signing up for the next Trans-Provence Guided Tour or Race.


2015 Route Info

Start: Embrun

Finish: Menton

Distance: 270km

D+: 8946m

D-: 17407m

Days: 6

Special Stages: 24

Route Overview
2015 Results & Standings

Top 5

1 | Nico LAU (FRA) | 02:41:38

2 | Chris JOHNSTON (NZL) | 02:46:35

3 | Jamie NICOLL (NZL) | 02:47:56

4 | Matti LEHIKOINEN (FIN) | 02:49:27

5 | Mark SCOTT (GBR) | 02:49:52

2015 // Day 1

2015 // Day 2

2015 // Day 3

2015 // Day 4

2015 // Day 5

2015 // Day 6


Mavic® Trans-Provence 2016 will take place from Saturday 18th June - Saturday 25th June 2016. The racing takes place from Sunday 19th June - Friday 24th June 2016, inclusive.

The 2016 package price is €1750. For this you get the experience of a lifetime, consisting of:

• Airport transfers to the start and from the end of the event.

• A fully signed 6-day itinerary which passes through a huge variety of different landscapes and contains more singletrack than any other 6-day MTB event.

• Detailed route description booklet.

• Groundbreaking multi-timed-stage-per-day format which creates excitement, but equally a friendly and sociable rally-style ambience.

• Vehicle uplifts each morning to the trailhead (intended to maximise the quantity of singletrack we are able to cover daily, not make the route "easier")

• Use of the Mavic® Trans-Provence event standard 1-man tent and thick air mattress

• Use of all campsite facilities at the quality sites at which our nightly camps are located

• Transportation of your kit bag --clothing and bike equipment-- from one camp to the next (i.e. your stuff will be waiting for you when you arrive at camp each afternoon).

• Break-down, transportation and set-up of your tent and air mattress, from one camp to the next (i.e. your tent will already be set up when you arrive at camp each afternoon)

• 3 meals prepared for you each day: breakfast, lunch (+ free-choice feed station salads & snacks) and dinner (with wine) cooked by the best catering team in the MTB holiday/event business

• Post-ride "apéro" food and rehydration on arrival at camp

• Care and attention from professional medical staff, where necessary

• Neutral technical support (+ emergency parts) from a team of pro mechanics, courtesy of MAVIC

• 2016 Trans-Provence event T-shirt

• Final night restaurant meal & evening party, overlooking the Mediterranean coast

• The price does not include flights, bottled/canned drinks or sports massage therapy.

More practical information about our race format and setup can be found on our 2016 FAQ page.


Entries for Mavic® Trans-Provence 2016 are now CLOSED. Receive entry information about Mavic® Trans-Provence 2017 by signing up for our newsletter or following us on Facebook / Twitter / Instagram.

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