HotChillee has decided not to publish the course in GPX format for several reasons. If the event course is subject to last minute changes or safety related detours under the direction of the race commissar we feel that for group safety it's best that the peloton follows the exclusive directions of the marshals and lead cars. The riders must stay behind the lead car and in front of the mechanics support van at all times following the direction of the marshals who are responsible for directing us to the finish in Paris. Relieved of hassles of navigation you are then free to concentrate on cycling and experiencing the true pleasure of group riding.
STAGE 1 - LONDON TO FOLKESTONE
STAGE 2 - CALAIS TO AMIENS
STAGE 3 - AMIENS TO PARIS
Joel Stransky and Jan Braai up for the Cape Rouleur - predicted to be the toughest one yetThursday 26th February 2015
The Cape Rouleur, the first event in the HotChillee 2015 Global Event Series, will host ex Springbok Rugby legend Joel Stransky and South African founder of "National Braai Day" and TV personality, Jan Braai.Read More ...
Dean Downing to ride HotChillee's Cape RouleurWednesday 25th February 2015
Dean Downing, who recently retired from pro racing and who is one of the most popular pros in British criterium racing will be taking part in the Cape Rouleur for the first time. Downing together with many of the Cape Rouleurs European international riders will stay on to ride the Cape Town Cycle Tour, enjoying a full week of warm weather cycling.Read More ...