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New: Tour de l’Ain x Crédit Mutuel rides

New for 2024, the Tour de l’Ain randonnées sponsored by Crédit Mutuel are organized on the morning of the 1st stage and 3rd professional stage over a distance of 20 […]
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Energie d’Ici, new event partner

The family of Tour de l’Ain partners expands with the arrival of Energie d’Ici as an official partner. A strong commitment to partnering with a brand that favors short circuits […]
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Rétrospective vidéo 2023

In anticipation of the 36th edition, to be held from July 13 to 16, 2024, take a look back at the 2023 edition, which saw stage wins by Jake Stewart […]
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The 2024 route

36th edition from July 13 to 15, 2024 Created in 1989, the Tour de l’Ain is included in the calendar of the Union Cycliste Internationale (Class 2.1) and counts towards […]
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Storer Ain II

Michaël Storer (Groupama-FDJ) launched a decisive attack on the final climb, the Col de Menthières. He then sped off towards Lélex Monts-Jura to win a second Tour de l’Ain in […]
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Cepeda can no longer hide his game

The international dimension of the Tour de l’Ain was confirmed when Ecuador’s Alexander Jefferson Cepeda Ortiz narrowly won ahead of Australia’s Michaël Storer, the eventual winner in 2021. Kenny Elissonde […]
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Stewart gets used to it

As in 2022, the Groupama-FDJ rider won the first stage, which ended, as expected, in a bunch sprint. He came in ahead of Emmanuel Morin (CIC U Nantes Atlantique) and […]
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Special edition of Le Progrès – Interviews with our partners

The 35th Tour de l’Ain cycliste will be criss-crossing the department from 31 July to 2 August. One hundred and two riders from seventeen teams will cover 415 kilometres over […]
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Tour de l’Ain and eco-responsibility

As a signatory of the International Cycling Union’s Climate Action Charter, the Tour de l’Ain is committed to becoming a more eco-responsible event every year. Its organisers are committed to […]
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The official program

Monday July 31 sees the start of the 35th Tour de l’Ain Solimut – Mutuelle de France. En attendant, découvrez les programmes officiels. Technical guide Partner program
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Tour de l’Ain and Ain Bugey Valromey Tour 2024

Due to the holding of the Olympic and Paralympic Games in France in August 2024, the calendar of French professional races has been modified. Accordingly, the French Professional Cycling League […]
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Crédit Mutuel renews its partnership

Fédération du Crédit Mutuel du Sud-Est and its Caisses de l’Ain are partners of the new edition of the Tour de l’Ain. For more than 10 years, they have been […]
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Lelex – Pays de Gex Agglo Fondo

Located close to the Jura and Switzerland, the Pays de Gex and its Monts Jura resort offer grandiose landscapes facing the Mont Blanc for a total change of scenery! Launched […]
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U17 Tour de l’Ain

Since 2003, the Tour de l’Ain U17 (cadets) takes place a few minutes before the professionals… This will always be the case this year! Led by Christian Périchon and Ludovic […]
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The route of the 35th professional edition

The Tour de l’Ain – Solimut Mutuelle de France will be held on 31 July, 1 and 2 August 2023 and remains true to its tradition with short, dynamic and […]
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Martin, the victory that feels good

The Cofidis runner won this edition after a thrilling final, the winner of the stage, Antonio Pedrero, having put his two cents in. The following three, Mattias Jensen, Rudy Molard […]
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