Cykelnerven is one of Europe’s most unique and challenging charity cycling events. Each year seasoned riders from around the world take on over 400km of the toughest mountains. 10,000m elevation and 5-25% climbs over 4 days from the Tour de France route, just weeks before the professionals.

Join us and take on mountains like The Galibier, Alpe d’Huez, Col d’izoard, Col de L’iseran. These are the climbs that every cyclist dreams of riding. Become a tour legend, whilst raising vital funds for MS!

‘Cykelnerven is simply a wonderful event! Taking on the challenges of the Alpine climbs of this year’s Tour de France with the thrilling descents, just before the race. A once-in-a- lifetime experience’ – Ian Duncan, 2023 Rider

When: 4 June – 9 June 2024

Where: The dedicated riders become part of the cycling history as they occupy legendary Tour de France mountains like The Galibier, Alpe d’Huez, Col d’izoard, Col de L’iseran and many more. Each year the route changes based on what the toughest mountains are in that year’s Tour de France.

The route for Cykelnerven 2024 will be announced near the end of 2023.

What’s included

Pretty much everything is included from the moment you land. Once you arrive we will provide:

  • 2 x high quality Cykelnerven branded kits.
  • Hotels, meals and snacks, and transport between stages for you and your bike.
  • English speaking coaches to support you based on your average climbing pace.
  • Mechanics, support teams and water stops.

Ahead of the challenge you will get individual fundraising guidance, an incredible support team looking after you, personal training advice and support from English speaking coaches, and personalised briefs. You just need to push yourself to your cycling limits.

We are now recruiting for Cykelnerven 2024. You can find out more, register, and even become one of our Team Captains at:

 ‘Cykelnerven ranks in the top-10 experiences of my entire life. It was amazing – the scenery, the cycling routes, the quality of people attending, working, and volunteering for the event, and, of course, the overall purpose.’ – Chris Ramsay, 2023 Rider, living with MS