SPECIAL DATES ON REQUEST FOR GROUPS OF MINIMUM 6 PEOPLE - ASK FOR DATE.
Meeting: We`ll meet at 9:30 am. at the Manzanares train station, where we`ll have a large and free parking lot, to leave our vehicle.
Starting from Manzanares train station, we will ride our bicycles towards Tomás Santa Coloma, the first stop and first town on our route. To get there we`ll cross Provincial Route 6 (always with the necessary precautions to do so safely). Up to here it is 4 km on a dirt road.
We`ll continue our way to the next destination: Etchegoyen Station, and then to Torres. We will take photos in the station and the typical general store. Santa Coloma and Torres are separated by 12 km of rural roads and another 13 km to Carlos Keen.
From Carlos Keen we will ride to Lujan, where we`ll visit its basilica and after the tour and the photos we will start the march to the last town before reaching our destination, we are talking about Open Door.
We will start our return to Manzanares, ending our tour in our vehicle and we`ll enjoy the return home, after a rewarding day of pedaling.
How to get to Manzanares ( Ckick Here )
65k of cycling through the tourist towns of the bs as province.
It does not require experience, however it is a long pedaling, ideal to start cycling.
We ride without saddlebags. You can carry a small backpack to have water, extra clothes, Sunscreen, protein bars, etc.
Because of the geography of the terrain, we do not recommend it. The bicycle we recommend for the trip is a Mountain Bike, minimum 21 gears, with front cushioning, good quality and in good condition.
We do not recommend it, we request to bring your own bicycle, the same with the one you work out.
It is also important that you are comfortable and that you know your bike. In case of contacting us, tell us your experience and training. If you do not have a MTB bike or it is diffcult for you for travel reasons, we can evaluate the rent of a bicycle.
We have tools and materials to carry out light repairs, but it is important that you know that your bicycle is prepared for this type of activities. If you have doubts, we recommend you to take it to your trusted bicycle shop to perform a service.
20% 1 day / no unevenness in flat areas / asphalt and gravel.
40% 2 or 3 days / with little unevenness. Crossings in the province of bs as or missions / asphalt and gravel.
60% 4 or 5 days / uneven. Travesias en el norte, Patagonía / asphalt and gravel.
80% 5 or 6 days / uneven. Travesías Sierras, Camino de Santiago / Path, asphalt, gravel.
100% + than 5 days / with large slopes. Crossings in the Cordillera Central / Trail, asphalt, gravel.
20% 2 to 4 hours pedaling on the flat or with little unevenness (1 day)
40% 4 to 6 hours of pedaling on the flat or with little unevenness (1 or 2 days)
60% 3 to 5 hours pedaling up to 250mtrs of positive difference - 4 days.
80% 4 to 6 hours of pedaling up to 500mtrs of positive slope - 5 days.
100% 5 to 8 hours of pedaling, + 500mtrs of positive slope, + 6 days.
20% We travel flat terrain: asphalt and gravel.
40% Routes with moderate ascents and descents: asphalt and gravel.
60% Mixed terrain, with steeper ascents. We can walk on trails.
80% Mixed terrain, trails. Steep descents and ascents.
100% Very technical terrain. Very steep descents and climbs by sections.
20% We will not be much affected.
40% This is a normal level of attention.
60% We require more motivation, enthusiasm and concentration.
80% The activity will require us to be very connected and convinced.
100% Maximum control and emotional-psychological performance.
0% + sea level.
20% Up to 2000 masl.
40% + 2000 masl.
60% + 4000 masl.
80% + 5000 masl.
100% + 6000 masl.
Note: The repair equipment, such as tools, material for puncture repair, chain cutter, links spare part, and other materials will be in charge of our company.
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