New Year's Eve GP

St. Sylvestre Grand Prix

Dec 31, 2021

The oldest bike race on snow takes place in Villars-sur-Ollon! Wrap up the year with a fun mountain bike race on snow!

The St-Sylvestre Grand Prix has been taking place on 31 December every year for 31 years. The concept of this legendary race consists of riding a bike down snow-covered ski slopes from the top of Roc d'Orsay, to the centre of the Villars resort.

You don’t have to be the quickest, the most important thing is to have as much fun as possible!

The finish will be in the middle of the resort, with a “bike village” offering entertainment, music and snacks!

Multiple award categories: disguised, juniors, women, men, female masters (40 years and over), veterans (40 years and over), e-bikes (this category takes priority over all others).

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