The climb to the Krvavec ski resort is one of the most famous in Slovenia. Vincenzo Nibali won this crucial ascent in the Tour of Slovenia 2010 edition. Last year Krvavec was also the end of the Slovenian national championship, and the victory was celebrated by the current UCI world number one, Primož Roglič. The most difficult part of the climb is in the first part, about three kilometers long.
Ride with a U23 World Champion Matej MOHORIČ, Bahrain Victorius.
On Wednesday, February 24, 2021, at 7 pm, there will be a group training ride on the Rouvy platform, in which Jaka Špoljar, junior cyclists from Adria Mobil cycling club, will also participate.
The first part of the stage is flat on the picturesque Bela Krajina region, which is also the birthplace of the cycling ace, Jani Brajkovič. It is then followed by 10 kilometers of ascent to Gorjanci hills, which is not overly demanding. And the descent towards Novo mesto is not technically demanding either; it is quite smooth. The stage finishes on Novo Mesto's main square, the traditional place where the last stage of the Tour of Slovenia race ends.
U23 Time-trial champion Jani Brajkovič, Adria Mobil, will race on his home routes. Can you ride with him?
On Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at 7 pm, there will be a group training ride on the Rouvy platform, in which Adam Jordan, junior cyclists from Adria Mobil cycling club, will also participate.
The extremely picturesque and varied route runs directly along the Slovenian coast in the first part and includes the fashionable towns of Portorož and Piran. In addition to shorter climbs at the beginning of the stage, the cyclists will also ascend Šmarje in the hinterland. The descent towards Koper is smooth and picturesque but with some very technical turns. The start and finish of the stage are directly by the Adriatic Sea.
Together with the participants, the following will also take part in the stage: Jan Tratnik, Bahrain Victorius.
On Wednesday, February 24, 2021, at 7 pm, there will be a group training ride on the Rouvy platform, in which Aljaž Turk, junior cyclists from Adria Mobil cycling club, will also participate.
The start of the stage is along the idyllic Lake Bohinj, the first part of the route is flat. The path leads cyclists past the picturesque Lake Bled, followed by a demanding climb to Pokljuka plateau. The route takes cyclists to the Triglav National Park in the last ten kilometers and the gradient is quite steep in some parts. Cyclists will climb to more than 1,200 meters above sea level.
The participants will have the opportunity to race with Primož Roglič, Jumbo Visma, a world-leading cyclist, and Adria brand ambassador.
On Wednesday, February 24, 2021, at 7 pm, there will be a group training ride on the Rouvy platform, in which Nino Polovič, junior cyclists from Adria Mobil cycling club, will also participate.
Ljubljana is considered one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe and is a pleasure to discover, either by bike or on foot. The time trial route in Ljubljana is extremely fast and technically undemanding. There are a few long flat inserts along the way. The end of the stage brings a short climb to Ljubljana Castle, one of the most recognizable tourist attractions of the Slovenian capital.
Together with the participants, he will also participate in the stage: ...
On Wednesday, February 24, 2021, at 7 pm, there will be a group training ride on the Rouvy platform, in which David Gregorič, junior cyclists from Adria Mobil cycling club, will also participate.
The Adria Mobil cycling club, in cooperation with the Sport Media Focus agency, the Slovenian Tourist Board and the ROUVY virtual platform, is preparing the first virtual cycling Tour of Slovenia, intended for recreational cyclists who will be accompanied by some of the best Slovenian professional cyclists.
With the development of cycling trainers, the cycling season has prolonged through all 12 months. Now the development of applications, such as ROUVY, also allows cyclists to ride on attractive cycling routes from the comfort of their home.
Recently, we have witnessed the flourishing of virtual cycling platforms, on which we can find cycling routes that simulate the actual characteristics of the race via a simulator. I feel Slovenia virtual Tour of Slovenia will take place on the Rouvy platform, whose exceptional advantage is that the cyclist observes the surroundings of the route throughout the ride with the help of real video.
I feel Slovenia virtual Tour of Slovenia will have 5 stages, which will be on the schedule every Saturday - starting at 7 pm - between 27 February and 27 March 2021. In the first four stages, recreational cyclists will be able to compete live with four stars of Slovenian and world cycling - Primož Roglič, Matej Mohorič, Jan Tratnik and Jani Brajkovič. As the ambassador of the Slovenian Tourist Board, Primož Roglič also recorded a special video inviting cyclists from all over the world to participate.
Each stage will count as a stand-alone race, and at the end of each stage, the winner will symbolically win a virtual green jersey. Among those who will perform in all five stages, the green jersey for the winner will be awarded in the men's and women's categories in the age groups
The virtual cycling race will be an exceptional opportunity to promote Slovenia as a cycling destination, so the participation of the best Slovenian cyclists, who are also great ambassadors of Slovenia in the world, is a great opportunity for foreign recreational cyclists to get to know the cycling beauties of Slovenia.
More information about I feel Slovenia Virtual race Tour of Slovenia is available at www.race.rouvy.com.