All set for sixth Costa Adeje bike experience challenge
The Iberostar Costa Adeje Bike Experience Challenge will climb 350 cyclists to take competitors up Mount Teide.
This cycle tourism test, which will be held on December 8th, will have a route of 100 kilometres and will depart from 22 metres above sea level to reach 2,200.
Minister of Sports of the Cabildo de Tenerife, Concepción Rivero, presented the sixth edition of the eventwhich has the support of the Cabildo, through the sports area and will bring together approximately 350 cyclists from various backgrounds.
The test will start from Costa Adeje and will end in Adeje centre in the Plaza de España. The presentation of trophies will also take place here, with prizes for the first three classified in each category, as explained by the organiser of this challenge, Andrés Vargas.
Concepción Rivero pointed out the importance of “every year there is more female participation in this test, which goes along the lines that we promote from the Cabildo to promote sports among women in all disciplines, modalities and categories”.
For his part, Andrés Vargas stressed that the former cyclist Igor Antón will participate in both the test and the colloquium that will be held one day before, on December 7th, in Costa Adeje. That same day will also be the collection of bibs.
The Iberostar Costa Adeje Bike Experience Challenge is a consolidated, non-competitive cycling tour that attracts many athletes, whether federated or not. This is a high difficulty test in which you can participate once 15 years of age.
The itinerary will cover Costa Adeje, Guía de Isora, Chío, with a stop at the La Estrella bar for supplies and regrouping of the participants, to continue through Las Lajas, arriving at the passage control at El Teide. The return will be through Vilaflor, Arona-Playa de Las Américas, Costa Adeje, to finish in the town centre.