Alliansloppet

The rollerski race for everybody who loves a challenge – amateur and elite skiers at the same starting line!

Welcome to the world’s biggest rollerski race – Alliansloppet!

17 August 2019

Do not miss this exciting happening in Trollhättan’s beautiful surroundings.

About Alliansloppet

Alliansloppet started in 2007 and has since then grown to a popular event for amateurs as well as the elite skiers. The race starts around the beautiful sluices in Trollhättan and continues around a 16 km long loop. The course is not technical demanding when it comes to downhills which makes the race great even for beginners. The race is in classic technique and has three race lengths to chose from; 16, 32 and 48 km. Competition classes are 32 and 48 km. Open classes are 16, 32 and 48 km. In 16 km category it is even possible to race with inlines, with or without poles.

Registration

Alliansloppet 48 km COMPETITION and OPEN:

Until 31 March: 549 SEK

1 April – 11 August (last day of entry): 649 SEK

Alliansloppet 32 km COMPETITION and OPEN:

Until 31 March: 449 SEK

1 April – 11 August (last day of entry): 549 SEK

Alliansloppet 16 km OPEN:

Until 31 March: 299 SEK

1 April – 11 August (last day of entry): 399 SEK

Registration Alliansloppet 2019
Vasaloppet officiellt seedningslopp
Alliansloppet is even an official seeding race for Vasaloppet!

News!

Like a Pro …

Make your own personalized bib with your name on it when you sign up before June 30 for an extra cost of 200 SEK.

West sweden action weeks

West Sweden Action Weeks gather races for everybody who likes to run, swim, paddle or rollerski. It is open for everyone and sustainability is a high priority. Challenge yourself!

Read more about West Sweden Action Weeks

Alliansloppet is a part of Guide World Classic Tour. Guide World Classic Tour includes all the biggest longdistance events on rollerskis.

Read more about Guide World Classic Tour

Nations Challenge is a concept that runs during Alliansloppet Action Week. Some of the best athletes from the two countries Sweden and Norway compete about points in different sport events. The country that collects the most points in the end wins overall.

Read more about Nations Challenge

Visma Ski Classics’ Challengers-series includes races from the whole world and even rollerski races. The Challenger-series has a genderless ranking system which allows comparison with friends who participate in any Visma Ski Classics event.

Read more about Visma Ski Classics Challengers