Niseko Fun Ride

July 7th, 2018

Niseko, Japan Enter Now

Each July the Niseko District is proud to host the UCI Niseko Classic, this prestigious cycling event is one of only two qualifying events held in Asia for the UCI Gran Fondo World Series. In celebration of the UCI Niseko Classic and as a fun preliminary event for entrants and their friends and families, the Niseko Classic Niseko Yotei Circuit fun ride has been mapped out on the most stunning course. Don't miss out on the fun, register early and enjoy the lead up to the UCI Niseko Classic!

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About Niseko

Niseko is without doubt, Japan's best cycling destination. The district has a seemingly endless network of smooth paved roads; there are different gradients, catering for different riders preferences and rider types. In Niseko it doesn't matter which course you plot out for a ride the scenery is stunning and best of all the humidity and heat is substantially less than anywhere else in Asia.

Course Producer (2017)

Masatoshi Ichikawa

Masatoshi Ichikawa

Ranked 50th in 1990, the top Japanese placing in history, for the Giro d'italia, road race, one of the worlds greatest road races.

Special Guest (2017)

Hiroyasu Shimizu

Hiroyasu Shimizu

Nagano Olympic Gold Medalist

Main Sponsor

Ikeuchi Group logo

Event Sponsors (2017)

  • Niseko Village
  • Lucky
  • Kanro Logo Large
  • Hirafutei
  • Yugokorotei
  • Town Construction
  • Nisade
  • Superfitdads
  • Tour De Hokkaido

Supported by (2017)

  • ニセコ町 Niseko Cyou
    Niseko Town
  • 京極町 Kyogoku Cyou
    Kyogoku Town
  • 倶知安町 Kutchan Cyou
    Kutchan Town
  • Kutchan Tourism Assocation
    Kutchan Tourism Assocation
  • 喜茂別町 Kimobetsu Cyou
    Kimobetsu Town
  • Shiribeshi
    Shiribeshi Subprefecture
  • 留寿都村 Rusutsu Mura
    Rusutsu Village
  • 真狩村 Makkar Mura
    Makkari Village
  • 蘭越町 Rankoshi Cyou
    Rankoshi Town
  • Arcteryx
  • Salomon
  • Peak Performance
  • Mammut
  • Phenix
  • Spyder
  • Giro
  • Swans
  • Point
  • Eno