The NorthCape 4000 organizers just released a video tribute to this year’s event, and with the 2020 event already scheduled for July 25th in Italy, this is a must watch for those thinking about signing up…

Posted by Miles Arbour

In this year’s NorthCape 4000, cyclists rode over 4,000km through 10 countries, finishing at the Arctic Circle. There were 141 participants and only 65 finishers this time around. We reported on the first pair to finish the route, Michele Miani and Matti Koster, with a time of 12 days, 23 hours, and 50 minutes, and we also shared finisher Sophie Gateau’s story. With the 2020 NorthCape 4000 already scheduled for July 25th, taking off from Lake Garda, Italy, and registration opening on December 2nd, the organizers have released a tribute to this year’s event that’s worth checking out to see what next year’s participants are getting themselves into. Check out the video and a selection of photos below…

  • 2019 NorthCape 4000 Video
  • 2019 NorthCape 4000 Video
2019 NorthCape 4000 Video
  • 2019 NorthCape 4000 Video
  • 2019 NorthCape 4000 Video
  • 2019 NorthCape 4000 Video
2019 NorthCape 4000 Video

Check out the 2020 NorthCape 4000 event listing here.

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