We currently offer 2 different Road Trips.
These tours normally range from 4 Nights / 5 Days to 6 Nights / 7 Days. Daily distances are around 80 kms to 120 kms depending on route.
Routing through typical Spanish mountain villages and / or coastal towns, you will be sure to experience some stunning views and enjoy the wonderful local hospitality and cuisine.
No need to worry about luggage etc. as this will be transferred to the various locations in our Support Vehicle. Paraplegic assistance is provided.
Enjoy the natural beauty of Almeria and surrounding areas along with the friendly hospitality of the local people. Routing along tranquil coastal and mountain roads, this is a tour not to be missed.
Two options are available:
Daily cycling distances are around 80 to 100 kms with ascents of around 500m to 2,000m depending on the route.
The 6 Night / 7 Day tour runs Saturdays to Fridays and commences in Almeria. It comprises two separate loops with each loop having an overnight stay in one of the local villages. Each loop will have a different outbound and inbound route so plenty diversity is assured.
The 3 Night / 4 Day tour commences on Saturdays and Tuesdays in Almeria and is similar to the 6 Night tour but only one loop is applicable.
No need to worry about luggage etc., as this will be transferred to the overnight locations in our Support Vehicle. Paraplegic assistance is provided.
Trips can be customised for longer or shorter durations on request.
This 7 day tour includes:
Transfer to Base Hotel / Introductions and Briefing / Bike Fit
Stage 1 Ride (3 to 5 hours)
Stage 2 Ride (3 to 5 hours)
Stage 3 Ride (3 to 5 hours)
Rest Day or Recovery Ride
Local Almeria Ride (3 to 5 hours) / Celebration Dinner
Optional Local Ride (1 to 2 hours) dependent on Flight Times / Transfer to Airport
Our group leader Carlos Iván Oyarzun Guíñez (born 26 October 1981) is a professional Chilean road cyclist, who rides for the Keith Mobel-Partisan team. Oyarzun has also ridden for the UCI ProTeam Movistar Team.
Oyarzun previously won two Pan American titles, taking the road race in 2010 and the time trial in 2013. He competed for the Movistar team in 2011, riding the Giro d’Italia, and won the Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay in 2015 while with the Keith Mobel – Partizan team.