The Ötztaler Radmarathon is an annual road bicycle race that takes place in Austria. The race is considered one of the most challenging one-day races in the world, and is known for its extremely difficult course and high altitude. The race starts in Sölden and finishes in Längenfeld, covering a total distance of 238 kilometers and climbing over 5,500 meters. The Ötztaler Radmarathon is known for its beautiful scenery, as it passes through the Ötztal Alps, and attracts thousands of participants and spectators every year. The race takes place in September and is a qualifier event for the UCI Gran Fondo World Series.
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