Pikes Peak is a wild one. A race against the clock in an unique atmosphere. 20km of climbing between trees on one side and the cliff on the other side. The 156 turns can make your head dizzy! The altitude is also a real problem for engines, suffering from the lack of air. The start of the race is at an altitude of 2862m, and the finish line 4302m. Danger is never far away, you can feel it every second. Whether you're driving a car, a motorcycle, a quad or a truck, you'll have to learn about taming if you want to set a new record.
Pikes Peak can offer you adrenaline like no other race. So there's no need to crack under pressure if you want to avoid an accident and reach the peak without any mistake. Who will be the next one?
Romain Dumas wins Pikes Peak International Hill Climb 2016
The legendary motor race celebrates its 100 year anniversary with TAG Heuer.
19.99 kilometres, 156 bends, a climb of 1440 metres to an altitude of 4300 metres. It is the world's last real #DontCrackUnderPressure race.
This race is a legend in the mountains of Colorado. Its name? "The Race to the Clouds". It always takes place without safety barriers.
TAG Heuer – the official timekeeper for the greatest and most legendary events in motor racing history – couldn't miss this occasion to celebrate the race's centenary.
Official Timekeeper of Pikes Peak International Hill Climb
TAG Heuer is proud to be #OfficialTimekeeper of the second-oldest race in U.S. history - Pikes Peak International Hill Climb - a 12.42 mile course with 156 turns ending at the 14,115' summit of Pikes Peak - pushing you past your perceived limits.