Cycling

Tour de Nippon: Mt. Fuji 360

Inaugural Mt. Fuji 360
- Ride One Loop Around Fuji-san -

  • Date and Start TimeJune 30, 2019
    7:30AM
  • CategoryBIKE 120KM
  • Start LocationMt. Fuji Jukuu no Mori
    1380-15 Inno, Gotemba, Shizuoka 412-0008
    (Google Maps)
  • IncludedEnglish Registration, English Event Guide, English Email/Phone Support, Aid Stations, Original Souvenirs, Luggage Storage, Free Parking, Link to Photos

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About the Event

If you’re a cyclist, you’ve probably dreamt of cycling around Mt. Fuji – now here’s your chance! Brand new in 2019, the Tour de Nippon will be hosting the inaugural Mt. Fuji 360 on June 30. Join us and ride a counter-clockwise 120KM loop around the base of Japan’s most iconic symbol, Fuji-san!

With nearly 1,800 meters (5,700+ ft) of climbing, it’s a challenge that will make you appreciate the sense of accomplishment upon completion. Don’t forget, the Mt. Fuji 360 is supported by numerous aid stations packed with a wide range of locally-produced foods, support vehicles, and an original finisher’s souvenir (exact details TBA)! Perfect for those attempting their first Mt. Fuji loop, as well as those seeking a solid day out with fellow cyclists.

In just one day on your bike, you’ll witness most of Mt. Fuji’s most well-known sightseeing spots, including Aokigahara Forest, the Fuji Five Lakes, and Asagiri Plateau. Of course, it’s not all uphill – you’ll also enjoy an extra-long 15KM (about 9 miles) downhill segment #getaero. Best of all, you’ll see Mt. Fuji from a 360-degree perspective! Fuji-san will quite literally never leave your (left) side.

Note: This is not a race – there are no timing chips. The roads are not closed for this event. Mt. Fuji 360 is best for intermediate to advanced cyclists. With a total ascent of 1,800 meters, the ride is no walk in the park. Be a responsible athlete – please consider whether you have the physical ability to complete the course in time.

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Registration Period

March 20, 2019 until June 24, 2019

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