The queen stage of the 17th Craft BIKE Transalp powered by Sigma couldn't be any more diversified – especially as the 100.23 km and 3,365 metres of altitude from Nauders across the border to Naturns provide a true trail mania in the Vinschgau region.
The second day of the 17th Craft BIKE Transalp powered by Sigma wrapped up with a top result for Team Centurion Vaude. Besides celebrating the stage win, the Meckenbeuren based squad also took over the lead in the seven-day stage races' overall ranking.
Leg #2 leads over 87.42 km and 2,917 metres of altitude from Imst to Nauders. It might be shorter than the opening stage but it is – due to the metres of altitude and three tough climbs – a bit more demanding.
Karl Platt (GER) and Urs Huber (SUI) have won the first stage of the 17th Craft BIKE Transalp powered by Sigma.