Algarve Bike Challenge will bring together close to 1000 athletes in Tavira

The three stages planned for this edition are once again similar to previous editions

The 11th edition of the Algarve Bike Challenge will take place from the 1st to the 3rd of March and will bring together nearly 1000 athletes, from 23 nationalities, in Tavira. 

The three stages planned for this edition are again similar to previous editions for a test that is carried out in pairs, distributed in seven different categories.

The historic center of Tavira will once again host the 1-kilometer time trial stage on Friday, March 3st.

The second stage, on Saturday, March 2nd, has a route of 85 kilometers and just over 2000 meters of accumulated elevation differences, covering part of the Serra do Caldeirão and the eastern part of the Serra de Tavira.

The third and final day that will close this edition will be a little shorter, with 68 kilometers and 1500 meters of positive elevation difference, mostly through the characteristic area of ​​the Algarve barrocal in the parish of Santa Catarina da Fonte do Bispo.

Among some of its illustrious participants who have already confirmed their presence at the Algarve Bike Challenge will be the Athens 2004 Olympic runner-up José Antonio Hermida, former winners of previous editions such as Jesus Del Nero, Juan Pedro Trujillo, the current champion of Europe and the World Master Filipe Campos, former masters world champion David Vaz, former Olympian David Rosa, as well as Renato Ferreira.

 



Comments

Ads