The fourth edition of Transibérica had 63 riders from 15 nationalities. Pass by 9 Chekpoints and it had an avergage of 2950km and 40.000m elevation gain.

The start and finish were in Bilbao and Ulrich Bartomeus was the first rider to arrive in Bilbao after 6 days and 14 hours and 1 min, after has important mechanical issues before CP5, moving down till 7th position and waist almost a day fixing them.

 The french Fanny Bensussan was the first solo female finisher ever in Transibérica (and 9th in this edition). 8D 00H 38Min



The third edition of Transibérica, with more than 40 riders before the COVID situation, counted finally with 22 riders from 10 nationalities.

The start was in Valencia and the finish line in Bilbao, after 12 Chekpoints and a average of 2.800km and 42.000m elevation gain.

The polish Pawel Pulawski was the first rider arriving Bilbao after 7 days and 21 hours. The zimbabwean Robyn Davies was the first female Finisher ever in Transibérica.



The second edition of Transibérica had 31 riders of 15 nationalities. And the start and finish took place in Bilbao. Among them a free route with 8 compulsory checkpoints, for a total of 3,500km and 50,000m of accumulated unevenness.

The German Ulrich Bartholmös, the first rider in # Transpyrenees19 a couple of months earlier, was also the first to cross the finish line in just 9 days and 20 hours, with a daily average of 360km + 5,100m.



Transibérica 2018 was the first non-stop ultra-cycling event in history to circle the Iberian Peninsula.

8 cyclists of 5 nationalities took part in this first edition, starting and ending in Bilbao after the 4 mandatory Checkpoints. The final route had an average of 3,500km with 50,000m of accumulated positive elevation gain.

Basque cyclist Carlos Mazón reached the finish line in first position after 10 days.