Enjoy a quick recap of this year's epic enduro stage race


François Bailly-Maître (pro men) and Ines Thoma (pro women) may have finished first at Mavic Trans-Provence 2014, but there was a tangible sense of general “winning” throughout the field.
If you didn’t catch all of the daily coverage, or if you want to relive the adventure, the suffering, the elation, the epic ridgelines filmed from the sky, and the crazy Alpine trails which this year’s journey took in, just sit back and enjoy the week packed into these five golden minutes of highlights.


Next summer, the 7th edition of Mavic Trans-Provence will take place 3 months earlier than usual, in the week of 20-27 June 2015.

Operating during the longest and brightest days of the year, our journey will break considerable new ground in 2015. New zones and awesome fresh trails will be unlocked thanks to a different start point and a huge re-route on days 1 thru 3. To sum up, the itinerary will be more Alpine, passing through higher mountains, and containing considerably more descending than ever before… and all for no more on-bike ascending than usual.

Entry application for Mavic Trans-Provence 2015 will take place this November 1st. If you’re interested in taking part next June, visit the Trans-Provence website where you’ll find information about the race package, plus instructions on how to compile and register your application: http://trans-provence.com/dates.shtml