If you like climbing this is a challenge made for you.
You have 6 months, pick at least 20 climbs of your choice and become a Finisher.
In your free time, alone or with friends, for a new personal best or just for fun. This challenge is for all.
Upon registration you get the Twenty Peaks jersey delivered to your address.
All you have to do next is have fun!
If you like to discover new routes to challenge yourself and have fun, you are in the right place.
DAMA TWENTY PEAKS is a climbing challenge. To meet the challenge just choose 20 mountain passes out of the total available in your edition and climb them in a 6-month period. This typically means a few hundred km up hill and around 15,000m ascent for each edition. Upon registration, you will receive a top quality cycling jersey from DAMA Italian sportswear and if you manage to finish all climbs on time you will be eligible to purchase the matching top quality Finisher bib shorts at a special low price reserved to finishers only.
Whether you are a racer or a tourer we have a great challenge for you! If you are looking to optimise your climbing skills while discovering new and exciting routes make sure you integrate the Twenty Peaks in your cycling season. If, on the other hand, you are looking for the KOM title on each climb, choose the 20 climbs marked with the golden framed pins. 15 riders are classified on each of these climbs and much like the mountain classification of gran tours, Twenty Peaks holds a general classification for each edition and rewards the winners for their achievements.
Connect your Strava account to DAMA TWENTY PEAKS, sign up for an edition and get your jersey. We do our best to deliver your jersey within 2 weeks from the start date of the season, however If you have subscribed to an edition outside Italy, this may take longer as we have to consolidate a shipment to your country and then deliver your jersey to your address. Next, you can start climbing as soon as your edition is live. In order to become a Finisher you will have to complete all 20 climbs before the end date. Make sure to stay exactly on the climb’s route otherwise you might not get credit for it.