After the rebound in cases caused by the coronavirus worldwide, Club Santa has decided to postpone the date of holding two of its most emblematic events, in order to guarantee the safety of all participants and members of the organization.
27 editions of Club La Santa 4 Stage
Thus, the XVII edition of the Club La Santa 4 Stage Mountain Bike Race Lanzarote, the only S1 event of the International Cycling Union held in the Canary Islands, initially scheduled for January 23, will begin on Saturday May 29 and end on Tuesday June 1, 2021.
After the postponement of the original date due to the epidemiological situation, Club La Santa has set the new date for the event, the four stages of which will take place on Saturday, May 29, Sunday, May 30, Monday, May 31, and Tuesday, June 1, 2021, provided that the epidemiological situation allows it.
All those registered on the initial date will be able to participate on the new date without any additional cost. Likewise, those who wish to do so may opt for a full refund of their registration fee, as Club La Santa has communicated directly to all registered cyclists.
The oldest triathlon in Spain, on November 6, 2021
The La Santa Volcano Triathlon Club has also seen its date of celebration modified, initially scheduled for April of this year.
The oldest triathlon in Spain, whose first edition dates from 1984, will take place on November 6, 2021.
All triathletes who have decided to keep their registration for the 2020 edition, suspended due to the pandemic, will also have the option to participate on November 6, 2021 without any charge.
Fabio Cabrera, Director of Race and Head of Sports at Club La Santa, has indicated that “EWe are living in an exceptional situation all over the world.
Therefore, with the postponement of both events, we want to continue maintaining our commitment to the health of all athletes and people in the organization.
We are going to continue working hard to offer all participants a 100% safe and unforgettable experience, as long as the health situation allows it."