London: Travel the world as you ride around downtown London and see all the main attractions--from Buckingham Palace to the Thames River. We know you will have a smashing time!
Richmond: This course is a re-creation of the 2015 UCI World Championship course. Cycle what the pros ride and test your skills right here in the US.
Watopia: What could be more fun! This is a make-believe world, volcano and water tunnels included. Let your imagination roam as you ride through this innovative and adventurous course. A true favorite among our VROOMers.
Innsbruck: Looking for a challenge? Then, this course is for you! This is the 2018 UCI World Championship course. Enjoy quaint villages and snow-capped mountains on your ride through Austria.
New York: Step into the future as you ride through Central Park. This isn't your typical ride through New York--see "horse" drawn carriages and glass bridges over this iconic attraction.
All Road Grand Tours courses are available everyday.
.6 mi, 16 ft, 2% avg
From 1802 to the late 1980s the Canary Wharf Estate was part of one of the busiest docks in the world. Named after the No. 32 berth, which was built for a fruit trade company active in the Canary Islands, hence the name.
.6 mi, 0 ft, 0% avg
Germany's biggest fixed gear crit takes place every year at the former Tempelhof Airport in Berlin. It's organized by 8bar and sponsored by Adidas. This is the 2017 edition.
9 mi, 3655 ft, 8% avg
The highest paved mountain pass in the Eastern Alps at 2757m or 9045ft above sea level. Crossed by the Giro d'Italia for the first time in 1953, when Coppi beat Koblet.
6 mi, 771 ft, 6% avg
A town in the province of Siena declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. Started as Corsignano in the 9th century, renamed by Pope Pius II in the 15th century, and rebuilt as the first application of humanist urban planning.
14 mi, 1663 ft, 4% avg
Cap de Formentor is located on the northernmost point of the Balearic island Majorca. The road from Port de Pollença to the Cap was built by Italian engineer Antonio Parietti, also responsible for the road to Sa Calobra.
[Temporally Unavailable] 20 mi, 5236 ft, 6% avg
At 1912m or 6272ft, it is the highest mountain in the region and has been nicknamed the "Beast of Provence". As the name suggests, it can get windy, with speeds of 90km/h or 55mph, and higher at the summit, 240 days a year.