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L’ETAPE San Antonio

April 16, 2023


L’ETAPE by Tour De France brought their unique cycling experience from France to San Antonio for the first time in 2022 to rave reviews.  L’ETAPE is best known for its annual one-day event held during the Tour De France on that year’s race and on the route used by the pros on the most challenging stage route of that year’s Tour De France.  The event just celebrated 30 years and attracted over 15,000 riders annually.  Fast forward, and L’Étape by Tour de France is now held in 21 different countries with 25 distinct events and offers amateur cyclists the ability to race or ride a stage of the Tour de France in various great cycling locations.  By registering for one L’Étape by Tour de France event, including L’Étape San Antonio, you will be given access to an exclusive registration timeframe to secure your spot for  L’Etape du Tour France.  Along with L’ETAPE Las Vegas, San Antonio is one of only two U.S. destinations for L’Étape by Tour de France in 2023.

L’ETAPE San Antonio starts at The University of Texas at San Antonio, heads northwest towards Boerne, then west over to Bandera. After a visit to Bandera, you’ll fly south towards Medina Lake and then through to Helotes. Your final push is back toward UTSA for a championship finish!  The event has three route options spanning either 100, 60, or 25 miles.  The 100-mile route comes with 6,000 feet of elevation gain.

L’ETAPE San Antonio is also a great destination event to spend a long weekend.  Walk, bike, hike, and play through spectacular parks, gardens, and outdoor spaces. Experience the city’s historical significance through tours, festivals, and seasonal events. Shop, drink, and dine at local favorites across our diverse neighborhoods. San Antonio has it all.  The event occurs during Fiesta San Antonio, an annual festival held in April in San Antonio, Texas. It has been the city’s signature event since 1891. The festival, also known as the Battle of Flowers, commemorates the Battle of the Alamo, which took place in San Antonio, and the Battle of San Jacinto, which liberated Texas from Mexico in April 1836.


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