The Swiss Ultra Cycling Challenge is a free-route ultra where riders have to pass through all 26 cantons (states) and additional checkpoints dotted around the country. The race always starts at any train station in Switzerland and finishes at the Bundesplatz in Berne. But this year there's a yet-to-be released twist.

08:10, 6 September, 2023

Distance — Elevation





Key Events

As the race commences, the key events and happenings will be tagged here.


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Total Racers: 92

Scratched: 13% ( 12 )

Finished: 85% ( 78 )


  • 1stJonas Verest (Winner)
  • 2ndSimon Flury (Finished)
  • 3rdLuis Gautschi (Finished)
  • 4thThomas Schlatter (Finished)
  • 5thJacob Tipplet (Finished)
  • 6thLuca Bernasconi (Finished)
  • 7thRémy Girardin (Finished)
  • 8thNils Hilligardt (Finished)
  • 9thManuel Schmid (Finished)
  • 10thFrancesco Corona (Finished)


  • 1stCristina Dähler & Valentin Ruiz (Winner)
  • 2ndFlurin Giger & Dominik Joho (Winner)
  • 3rdDominik Süsstrunk & Remo Flückiger (Finished)
  • 4thCédric Hofer & Julien Zurfluh (Finished)
  • 5thMaëlle Minnig & Fabian Grossmann (Finished)
  • 6thPierre Gasparotto & Samuel Prati (Finished)
  • 7thNathalie Monnier & Fabien Monnier (Finished)
  • 8thSara Ottiger & Severin Cathomas (Finished)
  • 9thDavid Odermatt & Matteo Calcio-Gandino (Finished)
  • 10thSabrina Neyret & Olivier Lonneux (Finished)


  • 1stMartin Lehmann & Christian Trenkle (Winner)

Events Feed

This race is yet to start. When the riders set off, we'll provide detailed updates from the ground. Our expert commentators will provide written and photo commentary to better understand what is happening on the map. In the meantime, take a look at the route in the tracking panel and learn more about racing from our features and results. If you'd like to commentate for this race, please email