The Haute Route has been gradually expanding its calendar, from
hot favourites in the Alps and Dolomites to Colorado and even
Norway. Next year they're adding Mexico and Oman to the
And now there's a new way to enter the events. It's called
Infinity Pass and it basically a single fee that lets you enter all
of the events. That's 13 possible events for less than it costs to
ride one single 7-day event.
The Infinity Pass will be available for purchase in three phases
in 2018. First it will release the annual Infinity Pass to 50 (fast
and lucky) individuals for €1250, followed by 500 Infinity Passes
for €1450, which is less than two regular entries into a three-day
Once this second phase has been sold out, the final Infinity
Pass roll-out will commence for €1750 which is only €50 more than a
regular entry into a single seven-day event.
Put simply: for nearly the same price as a regular seven-day
event or as two regular three-day events - you get to experience
all the Haute Route destinations from March to October with no
restrictions in entry.
Sounds like a really good deal to us and we're already hatching
plans to add more Haute Route events to our diaries. They're great
fun, the atmosphere is very friendly, the attention to detail is
impressive, and they're a great way to test new bikes and
The Haute Route has been a pioneering force in the global
endurance sports industry and the launch of the innovative Infinity
Pass will cement our position as a leading player in amateur
cycling," explained Rémi Duchemin, Founder and CEO of the Haute
Route Cycling Series.
We felt compelled to take a leadership role in making our
cycling experiences available thanks to our pricing model which is
unprecedented throughout endurance sport. Cycling is now a truly
worldwide phenomenon and we believe that the Infinity Pass will
allow cyclists to experience exciting cycling events across the
globe with the best value proposition in the market.