Overview of the Tour of Gran Canaria

The Tour of Gran Canaria is 6 day guided & supported epic road trip all round the mountainous island of Gran Canaria. We stay in luxurious hotels right across the island, starting from the hot and arid south, to the cool forests in the interior, then moving down to the windy north west coast, before making our way down the spine of the west coast, crossing 3 weather zones to arrive back in the south, a last valiant effort takes back up to the centre almost to the top, before we descend again to the south and our last night with a big party!

Gran Canaria has always been a pro cycling destination, old photos of Merckx, Indurain & Pantani adorn some of the old cyclists restaurants,now again with Saxobank Tinkoff, Cannondale, IAM and many others, the island has a second birth in the modern times. The Govt has responded positively by resurfacing nearly all of the roads to F1 quality, opening new tunnels to syphon of the majority of the traffic along the coast roads. The climbs are still long and steep but consistent and also with plateaus so one can recover, repare and go again.

All the hotels are bike friendly and the local traffic are resoundingly polite and shout encouragement to you, no doubt some of them are reliving past glory days, because the typical Canarian man or woman will have done some sport and all will have respect for you in facing their mountains!

The Tour of Gran Canaria is the only supported tour of the complete island. Our support car has all you need, water, energy drinks, bananas, dried fruit and tasty treats, plus spare wheels, tubes, First Aid kits, walkie talkies for the staff so we are always in contact, and we know where you are at all times!!

Cycle Gran Canaria is based here all year round, there’s nothing we don’t know and nothing we can’t make happen ( within reason!), we can adapt quickly to any event, that’s what makes us the best most secure option for the wonderful people who every year put their trust with us to deliver a great challenging but fully supported tour!

Is the Tour of Gran Canaria for you?

We take our cue from what type of riders we have had over the last 7 years. Usually over 30 and not older than 70, yes really!, Sportive riders, professional people who do other sports like running, swimming etc.

Above all you are seeking a good challenge, but you like the support car being as assurance and you like a nice hotel with a nice glass or wine with like minded people. A sense of camaraderie develops during the week, and there’s never any pressure on people to ride faster, but be aware the support car is there for a purpose so don’t ride yourself into the ground on day 3, that’s not clever!

If you insist on bringing your own bike, you must make sure it’s well serviced and everything functions like it should!

Approx 30% of our riders are repeat clients, and that’s good for us and good for you!

Superb Cycling Conditions

Overview of the Tour of Gran Canaria

At a Glance

Max group size: 16 | 6 days biking | 400 kilometres (250 miles) | 100% road | 100% vehicle | supported with energy food & water | Max  altitude 1951 metres | All Transfers | Personal Pick Up all Flights met | 2016/17 Bikes  | Ave Daily Ride Time 4/5 hours.

Accommodation & Meals

7 Nights Hotel | All with heated pools | 2 nights free Thalasso | 7 Breakfasts 6 evening meals.

Overview of the Tour of Gran Canaria

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Overview of the Tour of Gran Canaria

Quick Stats Stage by Stage. ( click for info)

Ride distance 69 km (43 miles) with 1103 metres of ascent and descent.
Ride distance 68 km (45 miles) with 1823 metres of ascent and 866 metres of descent.
Ride distance 66 km (42 miles) with 2070 metres of ascent and 1512 metres of descent.
Ride distance 72 km (28 miles) with 1566 metres of ascent and 2050 metres of descent.
Ride distance 68 km (43 miles) with 1678 metres of ascent and 1698 of descent.
Ride distance 69 km (43 miles) with 1103 metres of ascent and descent.

2016! What a great year for cycling on Gran Canaria. Thank you everyone!

2017

DatesCodeAdult PriceStatus
Sat 11 Feb - Sat 18 FebGCMB/01/17€1420.00Full
Sat 25 Feb -Sun 5 MarToGC Privaten/aFull
Sat 08 Apr - Sat 15 AprGCMB/02/17€1420.00Full
Sat 29 Apr - Sat 06 MayGCMB/03/17€1355.00Available
Sat 28 Oct - Sat 04 NovGCMB/04/17€1420.00Guaranteed but reserve now.
Sat 18 Nov - Sat 25 NovGCMB/05/17€1420.00Available
Single SupplementAll Dates€215.00

2018

DatesCodeRider PriceStatus
Sat 17 Feb - Sat 24 FebGCMB/01/18€1420.00Guaranteed but reserve now.
Sat 8 Apr - Sat 15 AprCanadian RockiesFullClosed
Sat 14 Apr - Sat 21 AprGCMB/02/18€1420.00Available
Sat 28 Apr - Sat 05 MayGCMB/03/18€1420.00Available
Single SupplementAll Dates€215.00

Do you wish to book the Tour of Gran Canaria privately for your club or for your group of friends, or perhaps you may want to use a date not in use by the current schedule?

If, so yes we can, just contact me directly at raymond@cyclegrancanaria.com and we’ll try to make it happen for you!

Hotel Cordial Green Golf (Day’s 1 and 2 and 7)

Official category: Apartments 2 keys.You’ll be very welcome you to the Bungalows Cordial Green Golf! The location of the establishment next to the golf course of Maspalomas, its colourful and cheerful architecture, the great pools and spacious solariums make this resort a great place to enjoy a wonderful holiday with family or friends.

Right next to the Maspalomas Golf Course and within distance of the iconic golden sand dunes of Maspalomas in one of the most beautiful spots of the island.
Both, Maspalomas and Playa del Ingles, offer countless day and night-leisure opportunities, idyllic beaches, restaurants, bars and shops for all tastes.

Extensive solariums with sunbeds and awnings for shade.Two pools (One heated in winter).Animation for adults and children several times a week

In 500m there is the possibility to play tennis, squash or paddle. There is also a nearby gym (extra charge).Free WiFi throughout the property

Hotel Las Tirajanas (Day’s 3 & 4)

Hotel Rural Las Tirajanas is located in a stunning location in the heart of the island of Gran Canaria, almost 3,000 ft. above sea level.

This colonial-style hotel with stunning panoramic views of the valleys and mountains of San Bartolomé de Tirajana is the perfect place to enjoy a romantic getaway or a weekend of peace and quiet in the heart of nature. Relax in the spa, enjoy the best local cuisine and immerse yourself in a natural setting with a large selection of sports and rural leisure activities.

Relax and pamper your senses
Vulcano Wellness & Spa at Hotel Rural Las Tirajanas is a space fully dedicated to our guests’ wellness and relaxation. Bathed with natural light, the harmony that reigns in its facilities constitutes an irresistible invitation to relax and unwind in a world of peace and exterior and interior tranquillity.

Free wifi in the lobby area

Hotel Roca Negra (Day 5)

Welcome to Roca Negra Hotel & Spa, in Canarias (Agaete),it integrates into the architecture of the town, and takes the form of the ancient walls of volcanic rock, becoming part of them. Thus, privacy and silence are the protagonists of our rooms. From the terraces, you will be surprised and enjoy spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean, with clear sky, sightseeing the island of Tenerife and the majestic Teide Volcano.

Our privileged location, you will discover one minute walking, the natural marine pools, called “Las Salinas”, hike through the most beautiful mountains of the island, up to the highest cliff in Europe: the Faneque.

All our 87 rooms offer you fantastic views of the Atlantic Ocean, where you can see the highest peak in Spain, El Teide. With nearly 50 m2 each, the space invites you to rest more comfortable. Enjoy a stylish design and the most complete equipment. You can choose twin or queen bed, large bathroom with bathtub, hairdryer and mirror. Integrated into the main hall, have a cozy couch, desk, flat screen TV 32” and mini-bar. The equipment includes digital door lock, air conditioning and heating, telephone, WiFi and safe. You can enjoy the unique sunset views from a furnished terrace, always facing the sea.

Hotel Mogan Valle (Day 6)

You’ll be very welcome at the Apartamentos Cordial Mogan Valle, another cycle friendly hotel. Our spacious, modern and bright apartments with large terraces/balconies and our pools with large solarium areas offer everything you need to enjoy the sunny climate of Puerto de Mogan. With its wide range of activities from the relaxing Spa “Las Salinas” to our amazing Splashpark, for the amusement of the smallest. It is an establishment where both older and younger find all that they need for the perfect holiday.

Puerto de Mogan also known as the Little Venice for its bridges and canals is a truly magical place. Discover this picturesque fishing village with its romantic fishing port and the cozy golden beach. A day here could not be more complete…Official category: Apartments 3 Stars

Holiday Information & FAQs


Airport to Hotel Transfers.
Cycle Gran Canaria ride leader
Vehicle support.
Baggage transfer between overnight stops
Accommodation as detailed in the itinerary
All meals as detailed in the itinerary


Travel insurance
Visas (if required)

Lunch stops.
Miscellaneous personal expenses – tips drinks and souvenirs etc


Breakfasts are self service buffet with all choices. The support car has energy food to keep you topped up, but there’s a lunch stop at a local restaurant every midday. Dinner will be taken at our accommodation.

Transfers to the group hotel in Maspalomas will be provided between the hours of 0800 and 2200 for all clients arriving at Las Palmas Airport on Day 1. Clients arriving earlier can wait for the first transfer or take a taxi to the hotel. Clients arriving later will need to take a taxi. Taxis are always available at Las Palmas Airport and cost approximately €35 one-way. Please note: we cannot meet every flight and you may experience a short delay before you are met by a local KE representative and transferred to the group hotel. On Day 8, transfers back to the airport will be provided between 0800 and 2200. Clients with early flights will need to take a taxi.

Please make sure we have your flight details. Hotel contact details and an emergency number will be provided with your booking confirmation.


There are 3 nights accommodation at a resort-style hotel in Maspalomas and 1 night at a similar establishment in Puerto Mogan. There are also 2 nights in a very pleasant hotel in San Bartolome at 1000m and 1 night in Agaete on the NE coast. Accommodation is generally arranged on a twin-sharing basis and if you are travelling by yourself, you will be paired up with another single client of the same sex. All of the hotels have excellent facilities with swimming pools and WiFi.
View the gallery below for images of the style of accommodation used

During this bike holiday, we will generally meet for breakfast at about 8.00 am. After we’ve eaten, we will pack our trek bags and load them onto the support vehicle. We will generally start our day’s riding at around 9.00 am. We will have regular stops to allow the group to reform and cafe stops wherever it seems appropriate. The support vehicle will bring up the rear to to make sure nobody is lost. Lunch will be at a restaurant where you can purchase a snack or more substantial meal directly. We usually arrive at our hotel by mid to late afternoon and have time to shower, change and relax or attend to any bike maintenance that may be required. Our evening meals are usually taken at the hotel and this is a great time of day for reliving the events of the day and for general socializing.

This holiday will be accompanied by an experienced Cycle Gran Canaria ride leader. In addition, there will be a support vehicle and driver.

Taking a bike on an aircraft is usually straightforward. Different airlines have differing policies with regard to baggage allowances and transporting bikes. We strongly advise that you check the current policy of your chosen airline for carrying bikes and their baggage allowances before purchasing your air ticket. The baggage section on your chosen airline’s website will usually contain this information. We suggest that you are aware of the weight and dimensions of your intended check-in baggage in advance of your arrival at the airport as airlines may charge for both excess and oversize baggage, or refuse to carry oversized baggage. If you are using a domestic flight to connect with your International flight then it is likely that a different baggage policy will exist for the domestic and international flight sections. Again you should check the baggage policy with your chosen domestic airline prior to booking your domestic flight tickets. Any additional charges incurred for transporting your bike on any of the flights required for this adventure (international, domestic and internal flights within the trip itinerary -if applicable) are the responsibility of each individual client..


YOUR BIKE – ROAD CYCLING

A road bike or standard touring bike is recommended for this trip. It should be fitted with a compact or triple chainset and a 10 or 11-speed cassette. Please call if you are unsure about the suitability of your bike. We cannot stress enough the importance of ensuring that your bike is in perfect working condition before you start this trip. You are depending on your bike to transport you throughout your trip, across demanding terrain. It is VITAL to ensure it is THOROUGHLY SERVICED to guarantee it is in good mechanical order before departure. If you are not mechanically minded, get your local bike mechanic to service it for you. For home mechanics, points to note particularly are:

a) Check rims and if they are worn, cracked or dented replace with a new rim or wheel to avoid wheel failure. It is especially important to check that the rims on rim-braked bikes are not worn concave by the brake blocks -replace them if they are.

b) Check wheels are true and spoke tension is tight.

c) Check ALL bearings and quick release skewers and, if required, adjust, grease or replace.

d) Check and, if required, replace brake and gear cables.

e) Check brake pads, mounts and cables / hydraulic lines and replace if necessary.

f) Check and lube, threadlock and tighten all bolts (esp. suspension pivots, bottom brackets, disc rotor bolts and brake calliper mounting bolts).

g) Check chain, cassette and chain rings for wear and replace as necessary.

h) Make sure you have the right tyres, inner tubes and BIKE SPECIFIC SPARES for your bike.

Whilst not essential, it is a good idea that you familiarise yourself with how to carry out at least some basic repairs to your bike e.g. fixing a puncture, changing an inner tube. Naturally our bike guide will be happy to assist with any repairs, but due to the often remote nature of our trips, being able to carry out a simple repair can save time and the inconvenience of waiting for assistance.


Travelling with a bike is usually as straightforward as travelling with any other type of baggage – providing you have packed it adequately. We have many years experience of travelling with our bikes, and nowadays we think that the best way to travel and fly with a bike is to partially dismantle it and put it into a purpose made bike bag or hard bike case. If you are using a softer bike bag, then you may need to add further protection to the bike when packing it. To pack your bike you simply remove both wheels and pedals and prepare it for travel as follows. Obviously, extra care when packing your bike can minimise the chances of accidental damage occurring in transit. Ask your local bike store for plastic wheel hub protectors (which will prevent damage to your bike bag) and plastic fork and frame spacers, insert the spacers into the dropouts, tape them in place and then put extra padding over this area. Use pipe insulation lagging (from your local DIY store) to cover frame tubes, forks and seat post. If required, remove your bars from the stem and attach them carefully to your frame/forks using plastic ties or pvc tape – ensure that your Ergo/Sti levers are well padded to minimise the chance of damage. You may also wish to remove your rear gear mech, pad it with foam and tape it to the chainstay out of harms way. Finally, you should partly deflate your tyres, but leave some air in them to help absorb any impact on the wheels. Don’t forget to pack wheel skewers, pedals and any bolts you have removed, these are the items that tend to get left behind. Finally, if you are using a softer bike bag, find an old cardboard bike box and cut out panels to fit inside your soft bike bag for extra protection. Don’t forget to bring sufficient packing materials to pack your bike on the way home.

Please note that bike bags or bike boxes will not travel with us during the course of the trip. Bicycle transportation bags or boxes will be left in secure storage.


During our 6-day circuit of the island, we will have the back up of a 9-seater support vehicle. Each morning our main baggage will be loaded onto the support vehicle which will follow the group on the day’s ride. The biking leader and the support vehicle driver will watch over the group and will communicate by walkie-talkie. You will also be able to contact them by mobile phone in the case of a breakdown or other incident. We want everyone to enjoy their cycling experience on this trip and we recognize the importance of group members being allowed to cycle at their own pace. On most of our road biking trips it is usual that there can be a fair distance between the front and rear cyclists in the group and there may be times when other group members, vehicle support and biking leader are out of sight. The support vehicle will carry water, coke, chocolate bars etc. plus figs, raisins, bananas and energy mix for drinks. There will be regular stops to allow the group to reassemble and the support vehicle will pick up any group members who wish to take a break from cycling at any time.

Excellent bike hire is available for this trip and makes a lot of sense – as it costs about the same as taking your own bike on the flights to and from Gran Canaria. Our local bike partner Free Motion is a very a large professional outfit in Playa del Ingles (5 mins drive from our hotel) which has a choice of excellent road bikes for hire. Option (1) is the new model (2016) Cannondale CAAD 12. These have aluminium frames, Shimano 105 components, compact chainsets (50/34) and 11 speed (11/28) cassettes. The hire charge for this model is 108 euros. Option (2) is the (2016) Cannondale Synapse. These have carbon frames, Shimano Ultegra components, compact chainsets (50/34) and 11 speed (11/32) cassettes. We recommend this second option on account of the bike’s more relaxed geometry and lower gearing! The hire charge for this model is 138 euros. Both of these prices are accurate (Jan 2016) and subject to change). We need to know well in advance if you are proposing to hire a bike and we need to establish the frame size you require. As well as giving us your estimate of frame size, we need your height (metric) and your weight (metric). If you want pedals provided with the bike (no extra cost) the options are SPD SL, Look Keo or Classic, SPD MTB. We will check that a suitably sized bike is available for collection and you will pay for the bike directly with the local agent when you pick up the bike on the Sunday morning (Day 2). Please note that your contract for bike hire is directly with our local agent and not with KE. You will be required to show photo ID such as a passport and pay a €60 deposit when you pick up the bike. All breakages, scratches on bikes, torn handlebar tape, crash damage are elements that will have a cost attached, to be decided by the hire bike provider. If hiring a bike we recommend that you bring your own saddle and pedals, as well as your helmet. Bikes come supplied with pump and spare inner tube. Full mechanic service available with support car. A transfer will take us from our hotel on Sunday morning to pick up the hire bikes. If you are arriving earlier and wish to pay for an extra day’s bike hire, then this can also be arranged.

This holiday does not involve any significant ascent to altitude and we would not expect any altitude issues with this trip.

The following is a basic checklist to help you with your packing. We recommend using the layering principle of clothing for varying climatic conditions. Good padded cycling shorts are essential.

PERSONAL CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES

FEET

Road or touring cycling shoes

Waterproof cycling overshoes

TORSO

Base-layer – short sleeve cycling top (x 2)

Long sleeved cycling top (x 1)

Lightweight waterproof jacket

Lightweight Fleece top or jumper.

Lightweight windproof gillet.

HANDS

Regular biking gloves

Long fingered gloves

LEGS

Padded cycling shorts (x 2)

Cycling tights or tricksters

Casual shorts

HEAD

Biking glasses

Cycling helmet – mandatory
KE TREK BAG CONTENTS

Travel and apres biking clothes

Trainers/Leisure shoes for apres biking

Wash bag and toiletries

Swimwear

Chamois Cream (e.g. Assos or Ozone)

Small padlock (to lock trek bag)

TO BE CARRIED ON THE BIKE IN YOUR JERSEY POCKETS OR IN A SMALL SADDLE BAG. NOTE: IF YOU DON’T WANT TO CARRY ANY OF THIS, YOU CAN LEAVE IT IN YOUR DAY-PACK IN THE SUPPORT VEHICLE – SEE BELOW

Mobile/Cell phone (optional)

Mini-pump

Multi-tool

Puncture repair kit & tyre levers

Inner tube

Small camera

Sun cream

OTHER ITEMS AFFIXED TO YOUR BIKE

1 or 2 waterbottles
TO BE CARRIED IN THE SUPPORT VEHICLE IN YOUR DAY-PACK FOR EASY ACCESS

Lightweight waterproof top

Basic First Aid Kit. Including: antiseptic cream, throat lozenges, diarrhoea treatment (Imodium), painkillers, plasters, insect repellent (75-100% DEET) and re-hydration salts (Dioralite).

PERSONAL TOOLS AND SPARES

Please note: If you are hiring a bike you do not need to bring spares – a pump and spare inner tube comes with the bike.

If you are taking your own bike, you should bring the following with you. Whilst not essential, it is a good idea that you familiarise yourself with how to carry out at least some basic repairs e.g. fixing a puncture, changing an inner tube. Naturally our bike guide will always be happy to assist with any repairs, but being able to carry out a simple repair can save time and inconvenience waiting for assistance.

TYRES

You will need 700 x 25 Touring/Road Performance tyres suitable for mostly dry with occasional wet conditions.

Pump

Plastic tyre levers

1 rear brake cable

1 rear gear cable

Spare set of brake blocks (front and rear)

2 spare spokes for front and rear wheels

Spoke key

4 x inner tubes

Spare chain links

Liquid chain lube

Multi-tool with Allen keys

Chain link extractor (if not on multi-tool)

2x puncture repair kits

A rag and brush for cleaning bike and drive train.

Any spares specific to your bike

Cycle Gran Canaria TOOLS AND SPARES

On all of our trips we carry a track pump, toolkit and a basic range of spares for emergencies. If any other spare parts are needed, our support vehicle will make a detour to the nearest bike shop, which can be found in some of the larger towns en route.

ENERGY GELS/SPORTS DRINKS/POWER BARS

You should take a supply of the gels, power bars, sports drink mix (sachets) and other high-energy snacks that you normally use.


For each holiday there is a minimum number of participants required to enable it to go ahead. Once the minimum number is reached, the trip status will change from ‘Available’ to ‘Guaranteed to run’. You can check the trip status for each departure in ‘Dates and Prices’ table. Other than in exceptional circumstances, we will not cancel a trip once it has achieved this guaranteed to run status and so you are free to proceed with your international flight booking and other travel arrangements.

For each holiday there is a minimum number of participants required to enable it to go ahead. Once the minimum number is reached, the trip status will change from ‘Available’ to ‘Guaranteed to run’. You can check the trip status for each departure in ‘Dates and Prices’ table. Other than in exceptional circumstances, we will not cancel a trip once it has achieved this guaranteed to run status and so you are free to proceed with your international flight booking and other travel arrangements.

A passport with 6 months remaining validity at the end of your stay is generally required. The information that we provide is for UK passport holders. Please check the relevant embassy or consulate for other nationalities. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have the correct travel documents and visas for your holiday. Visa requirements and charges are subject to change without notice. If you are travelling outside the EU you should have at least 2 blank pages in your passport for each country that you visit.

You should contact your doctor or travel clinic to check whether you require any specific vaccinations. UK residents should obtain a free European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). This entitles you to state provided medical treatment, but is not a substitute for medical travel insurance which is still vital when travelling overseas.

The unit of currency in Europe is the Euro.

We recommend you check if you require an adaptor for your electrical items at:

http://www.worldstandards.eu/electricity/plugs-and-sockets/


The better conditioned you are the more you will enjoy your trip. We suggest that you adopt a sensible weekly exercise regime and fit in a number of long cycle rides in hilly country to ensure you are physically capable of taking part in this trip – this will also provide you with an opportunity to make sure all your riding kit is tried and tested before you travel. Cycling is obviously the best activity to prepare for this trip, however, running, rowing and swimming are also good for developing aerobic fitness and stamina.

Gran Canaria is a year-round destination and has what is often described as eternal spring-summer conditions. There are surprising differences across the island, however, with the south-western part being semi-desert and the mountains of the north receiving more rainfall. The prevailing north-easterly Trade Winds, that deposit their rain on the northern slopes of the Island, are responsible for this split. During the period from November to March, we can expect daytime temperatures ranging from 16 to 24 degrees Centigrade, becoming progressively cooler as we gain height in the mountains. In April and May it will be a few degrees warmer than this – but still pleasant for cycling.
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Trip ToGC.Really enjoyed the trip.

Very challenging.The support provided by the local agent/trip leader was key in making the trip a success.Highly recommended.

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Thanks to both you and Maria. Great week. Best to you both and hope to do it again in 2016.

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Trip ToGC Ray was an excellent leader. He did a good job of looking after a mixed ability group, & was very good at encouraging me to continue when I was struggling without being pushy. His enthusiasm was infectious! The cycling was superb with great bikes, smooth roads, very few vehicles & stunning views with a great variety of landscapes. It was challenging but achievable & I feel great to have completed it.

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Trip ToGC ;Janice and I had a terrific holiday with you a  couple of weeks ago and definitely intend on returning at some point in the future. I told all my cycling friends I rode with ‘Saxo Bank Tinkoff’(very briefly)!

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UK Trip ToGC.Can't fault Ray and Maria and their team work to keep us safe, fed and watered.From the daily mileage on the itinerary, I thought the trip would be easy. However, with 10000m of climbing, it definitely wasn't. I found the pace good and enjoyed the 'competition' on some of the longer climbs.The long ride along the sea cliffs on Day 5 was another highlight.

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Trip ToGC  I know I shared this post ride comment with you in the van on the way to Las Palmas, but I’ll reiterate it.  Although the week on the bike in the mountains of Gran Canaria was the hardest cycling I’ve ever done, it was an amazing experience.  It was also just what I needed at that point in my life…a crazy intense over the top week of challenging riding in a totally new environment to get me out of my rut.  You and Maria were great guides and hosts.  I came back from that journey feeling both exhausted and renewed…so thank you for making that possible!

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Cycle Gran Canaria delivers the most challenging and exciting cycling holidays, catering for every level of cyclist. Our passion for cycling on sunny mountain roads means we want you to experience this in it’s purest form. Everything we do is to ensure you feel that you’re at the beginning of a challenging and exciting week.

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: raymond@cyclegrancanaria.com
: (+ 34) 617 799 924
: Po Box 416 Maspalomas 35100
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