LE GRAND FINALE
On Sunday 29th July, participants from all walks of life are invited to cycle the Tour de Schloss route to pay tribute to end of the Tour de France, departing from Albert's Schloss at 9am. Remaining true to classic cycling culture, sausage sandwiches & espressos will be handed out at 8:30am before riders depart, plus a free bike servicing pop-up.
Upon your return, reward yourself with a refreshing radler on das haus (shakes and kronuts for kids). Albert’s Schloss will be transformed into a cycling hub with the beautiful 1987 Gold Plated Raleigh Centenary bike on display, plus exclusive cycling pop-up from Rapha. The Bier Palace will also have outdoor railings for parking bikes, allowing riders to enjoy a leisurely post-ride afternoon watching the Tour de France live on the big screen whilst feast-ing on a delicious Schloss Sunday roast and treated to the finest entertainment.
A one of a kind gold plated Raleigh Centenary bike from 1987 belonging to Phil Jones MBE, Managing Director of Brother Cycling will also be on display at Albert’s Schloss from 27th - 29th July. When Raleigh turned 100 years in 1987, they manufactured 200 limited edition racing cycles with the frame plated in 24k fine gold. Schloss will proudly display this iconic bike, showcasing a classic Raleigh design.