The route starts at the Mediterranean village of Llançà, located in the comarca of Alt Empordà in Catalonia, and finishes in the Basque city of San Sebastián, located in the south of the Bay of Biscay.
The route is 1.080km long with 25.000m of elevation gain. It includes a total of 33 Cols, with the highest mountains pass in The Pyrenees (Envalira, 2.409m) and the special one-way Col for the 2021 edition, the amazing Cap de Long.
|# 6||174||La Llosa||1,866|
|# 10||335||Port del Cantó||1,725|
|# 14||498||Val Lauron||1,580|
|#15||532||Cap de Long||2,161|
|# 26||842||Terito de los Arrieros||1,072|
Online Registration opens on 2nd of November:
Early Fee SOLO – 215€
Early Fee PAIR – 195€
After 1st of January:
Fee SOLO – 245€
Fee PAIR – 225€
The route is completely paved, so we would choose a road with 28 wheels.
Transpyrenees has a predetermined route from start to finish. If you decide to abandon it for any reason, you will have to pick it up later from the same point where you left off.
The official track will be sent to the registered riders weeks before departure.
Ask people, find the route on your GPS or on your mobile phone … but don’t call home or any base camp: self-sufficiency consists of using your own means to solve your own problems.
Try to fix them yourself. If this is not possible, go to a mechanic using any possible means of transport and then return to exactly the same point where you left the route.
. Apr / 30/2022 23:59. Online registration deadline
. 25 / Jun / 2022 12:00. Accreditation and Briefing
. 25 / Jun / 2022 20:00. Departure
. 02 / Jul / 2022 20:00. Times up
It is forbidden to reserve any type of service before departure, which includes accommodation. Everything you have to need during the test must be reserved once it begins.
That time starts at the start and only for when you reach the finish line. While you are standing to rest, eat or sleep, time will continue to run, so good planning, strategy and knowledge about yourself is key to being a Finisher.
Some will take it as a race, others will just try to be Finishers.
Although there will be a final classification based on the order of arrival, following the traditions of ultra-cycling and bikepacking, there will be no prize for the fastest rider except the honor of finishing first.
Yes. During the event you need to have insurance that covers RC, accident, emergency rescue, death and repatriation.
Remember that you must be over 18 years old at the time of departure.