“Innsbruck KOM After Party” Route Details (Innsbruck)

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In terms of profile, “Innsbruck KOM After Party” ride is essentially ~30km (18 miles) of flat followed by a solid climb up the Innsbruck KOM. This makes for exciting race possibilities as riders with more pure power work to drop climbers in the early flat portion, while climbers claw back time on the final KOM.

In terms of profile, “Innsbruck KOM After Party” ride is essentially ~30km (18 miles) of flat followed by a solid climb up the Innsbruck KOM. This makes for exciting race possibilities as riders with more pure power work to drop climbers in the early flat portion, while climbers claw back time on the final KOM.

Route Basics

Length: 37.2 km (23.1 miles)
Elevation:
640 m (2,100‘)
Lead-In: 0.2 km (0.1 miles)
Map: Innsbruck

Start & Finish

Spawn point and event start pens are just before the downtown Innsbruck lap banner, which is where this route ends.

Restriction: Event Only

Achievement Badge: none

Banners and Leaderboards

(in order of appearance)
Innsbruck Forward Sprint
Innsbruck Forward KOM

Strava Strava Segments

Innsbruck KOM After Party

Route Description

We begin with three laps of Innsbruckring. This portion is quite flat, except for the famed “Leg Snapper” climb which is short but steep enough to really hurt in a multi-lap race.

After those three laps, we head out into the countryside for a ride up the KOM. This is a solid climb at 7.4km (4.6 miles) long with 400m (1311′) of climbing. The route finishes at the KOM banner, but why not keep going and enjoy the 5.7km (3.6 miles) descent? You’ve earned it!

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Marco Leone
1 year ago

“Spawn point and event start pens are just before the downtown Innsbruck lap banner, which is where this route ends”
Eric, i think the route is not ending at lap banner, but on top of KOM, right? 😉

Joy Murphy
Joy Murphy
1 year ago

What is the best bike for this route?

Blasterke
Blasterke
1 year ago
Reply to  Joy Murphy

The new aeroad for sure, combined with the dt swiss arc 62 wheels.

M4rk0
M4rk0
9 months ago
Reply to  Blasterke

Better than the tron?

Bryan
Bryan
8 months ago
Reply to  M4rk0

I think tron is top 2 no matter what.

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