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Alistair Bronwlee will participate in the Transibérica Ultracycling, a test with + 15.000m

The double Olympic champion Alistair Brownlee will be in our country to participate in an ultra-distance test, the Transiberian Ultracycling Bandlans this September 5

The Bandlans is a gravel test without assistance where you have to travel 725 kilometers with more than 15.000 meters of positive elevation gain in Granada.

Although there will be a final classification based on the order of arrival there will be no prize for the first.

The route that begins in Granada runs through the Gorafe desert, the Tabernas desert, Cabo de Gata and the passage through the Veleta reaching 3.212 meters.


The test is disputed in Non Stop format for a single day, which means that while you are standing to rest, eat or sleep, time will continue to run

Alistair commented on his networks:

"I was looking forward to a new challenge, so I will be jumping into the Badlands gravel event this weekend. 750 km of mixed terrain including fully autonomous mountains and deserts.

I've never done anything like this and I have no idea how I'm going to cope with lack of sleep, but I can't wait to see the tracks, trails and roads of southern Spain by bike."

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