We run beautifully hard bicycle races. Simple in design but complex in execution. Self-reliance, logistics, navigation and decision-making burden racers' minds as well as their bodies. The strongest excel and redefine what we think possible, while many experienced riders target only a finish.
The Transcontinental Race (TCR) was founded in 2013 by the late Mike Hall, a giant of the ultra distance cycling scene. It is a single stage race across Europe where cyclists cover around 4000 km.
The Trans Pyrenees Race (TPR) is a self-supported ultra distance cycling event, which traverses the Pyrenees from coast to coast, and then back again. The race covers up to 2000 km of the most spectacular and remote scenery in the Pyrenees.
The Accursed Race (TAR) is a no-fly, 1600 km fixed route, off-road race in the Balkans. The Accursed is the result of years of knowledge built up by Lost Dot in this breathtaking corner of Europe — exploring Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo.