Mixed-terrain route that goes by fast gravel roads and secondary paved roads, avoiding rocky single tracks or sandy sections. For gravel bikes with low gearing and minimum 40mm wide tires. The route can be ridden all year long, fall and spring is the best time.
It’s a short loop to test bikes and gear for the biggest things to come. Caleta de Sebo is the only inhabited town on the island, it’s a lively harbour with great seafood restaurants and a free campsite on the beach.
Pedro Barba is a ghost town made of white houses and cactus gardens. La Concha is a gorgeous…
The route starts in Orzola harbour and climbs on a steep double-track to reach the viewpoint Mirador del Rio and his scenic road on the edge of a cliff overlooking the ocean and La Graciosa.
The following towns are Haría and Teguise, the first Spanish settlements on the islands, sheltered in the mountains…
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The ride starts on a gravel road on the North Shore, a scenic coastline popular with the surf community, with plenty of swimming occasions in some of Europe’s most beautiful beaches.
Cotillo is an old fisherman’s village with a hippie vibe, resupply before entering the next remote area.
The route first…
Las Palmas is a big and lively city, worth visiting the old Vegueta before leaving the urban areas on cycling paths and some busy roads to reach Ingenio. Resupply before the steep and challenging climb.
The route then starts climbing and enters Guayadeque, which in the Guanche language means “peaceful…
The climb starts just outside Santa Cruz and goes on a paved secondary road to reach the Anaga mountains in a lush green forest usually shredded in the mist.
La Laguna is a 16th-century town built on a grid model with wide streets and open spaces that served as an example of a modern city. It's the last…
EL Hierro is a pristine island with an outstanding and ever-changing landscape.
The route climbs to Nisdafe green plateau on secondary lanes and usually wet weather. Then descent to the opposite shore under the massive cliff of Tibataje in warmer and dryer weather.
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