From Moscow to Vladivostok: over 9100 km of cycling with Red Bull Trans-Siberian Extreme Race

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After the World Cup, international sporting competition continues in Russia with the Red Bull Trans-Siberian Extreme, beginning on 24th July.

the mechanics get to work red bull trans siberian extreme race russiaThe extreme event is the longest and toughest bicycle race through the roads of Russia. Starting in Moscow, cyclists pass through 15 stages across 25 days before finishing in Vladivostok on 17th August.

This year, Hampton by Hilton sponsors two famous riders: Marcelo Suarez, Brazilian record holder, who has participated in the race for the last two years; and bronze winner of Ironman 70.3, Michael Knudsen from Denmark, who participates for the second consecutive year.

Hampton by Hilton delivers a friendly, authentic, caring and thoughtful service defined as Hamptonality to travelers around the world with over 2,345 properties in 21 countries. From complimentary Wi-Fi to hot breakfast, the hotels provide accommodation with great amenities in some of the most convent locations in popular destinations.

“We are delighted to be the sponsors of the Red Bull Trans-Siberian Extreme race for its fourth year, and supporting riders, Marcelo Suarez and Michael Knudsen as they participate in the race’s 15 challenging stages.

“Hampton by Hilton hotels are conveniently located near some of Russia’s most popular destinations, providing a friendly and authentic service, where happiness is guaranteed. We look forward to greeting guests taking part in the race the Hamptonality way” commented Tal Shefer, Vice President – Regional Head Focused Service Brand Management EMEA.

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