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Final Tickets on Sale for Corima Drôme Provençale 2022

Tickets are selling fast for the Corima Drôme Provençale sportive, which returns to the foothills of the beautiful Rhône Alpes on 26-27 March 2022.


CORIMA Wheels, in partnership with the Saint James Vélo Club of Montélimar, has announced that final tickets have now gone on sale for the 2022 edition of the Corima Drôme Provençale sportive.

The popular event will return to the stunning roads and challenging climbs of the foothills of the Rhône Alpes after a two-year hiatus. The first sportive of the season, Corima Drôme Provençale gives competitive cyclists the opportunity to bank their first points of the year.

The event incorporates seven races and casual rides across Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 March, giving cyclists the opportunity to measure themselves against the best, or to simply take in the views of Montélimar. Cyclists who register for the 146km ‘La Corima’ route will have the opportunity to ride with Thomas Voeckler, former professional cyclist, Corima Drôme Provençale ambassador and WorldTour stage winner.


A commemorative Corima Drôme Provençale jersey will be offered to all participants of Sunday’s races.


Cyclists can choose from two new gravel routes that loop around the scenic town of Montélimar, or take a road-based tour of the most beautiful villages of the Andrans plain. Refreshments will be available in La Touche, before returning to the exhibitor village in Montélimar.

There is a choice of four races: the challenging ‘La Corima’, a 146 km route with 2158m of climbing; ‘La Jollywear’, a 105 km route with 1591m of climbing, ‘La Sesame’, a 77 km route with 992m of ascent; and finally ‘La Rando Montilienne’, a 46km route with a total of 430m ascent which is aimed at families and those wishing for a casual ride.

If the event is cancelled due to Covid-19 all cyclists will be reimbursed for the full ticket price.


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