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Monegrina Classic Divide 300km

75,00

PROGRAM

– Friday 9th september from 16h: reception of participants for the Classic Divide 300km.

– Friday at 17h: opening of the classic bike museum that will be open until saturday evening..

– Friday at 19h: briefing.

– Friday at 20h: starts the “Monegrina Classic Divide 300km”.

 

– Saturday 10th september 8:00h: reception of participants for “La Monegrina 60km”.

– Saturday at 9:00h: starts “La Monegrina 60km”.

– Saturday between 14:00h and 15:00h. Arrival of both events: la 300km y la 60km. Free paella for all participants and volunteers.

– Saturday night: farewell party with DJ.

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300 km and 8 checkpoints that you have to connect the best way you can, in a maximum of 18 hours. The adventure starts months before at home while planning the best route you can! About 300km in total of good tarmac roads, in self-sufficiency. 

It will be mostly a night event, starting at 20h. It’s a demanding route for experienced riders as it includes remote areas. Experienced means well trained, technically skilled, and wisely equipped. Exhaustion, sleep deprivation, and night rides add even more risk to a challenging ride. Participants are fully responsible for their safety and logistics.

After you come to the finish line, you will be rewarded with free entrance to the swiming pool and a popular paella to celebrate La Monegrina all together!

Bicycles must be pre-1989 but helmet, lights and reflectant clothes must be according to actual laws.300 km and 8 checkpoints that you have to connect the best way you can, in a maximum of 18 hours. The adventure starts months before at home while planning the best route you can! About 300km in total of good tarmac roads, in self-sufficiency. 

It will be mostly a night event, starting at 20h. It’s a demanding route for experienced riders as it includes remote areas. Experienced means well trained, technically skilled, and wisely equipped. Exhaustion, sleep deprivation, and night rides add even more risk to a challenging ride. Participants are fully responsible for their safety and logistics.

After you come to the finish line, you will be rewarded with free entrance to the swiming pool and a popular paella to celebrate La Monegrina all together!

Bicycles must be pre-1989 but helmet, lights and reflectant clothes must be according to actual laws.

 

This is the list of the official checkpoints:

1.- Castle of Piracés (coordinates: 42.007082014158755, -0.31748602698822015)

2.- Town Hall of Berbegal (ccoordinates: 41.96181900276981, -0.0026067691971206975)

3.- Fountain Villanueva, Sariñena (coordinates: 441.79182055707134, -0.15909308052550675)

4.- Monastery of Sijena (coordinates: 41.70927319748326, -0.01858386929094808)

5.- Fountain of the hermitage Virgen de las Nieves, Bujaraloz (Coordinates: 41.49785724212758, -0.14950162605190287)

6.- Castle of Castejón de Monegros (Coordinates: 41.62119494485603, -0.23996767434565028)

7.- Santuario de la Virgen de Magallón, Leciñena (Coordinates: 41.8007157960425, -0.587390293789368)

8.- Trenches of Santa Quiteria, Tardienta (Coordinates: 41.981270487928604, -0.5781433543214951)

For more info follow us on Instagram and Facebook “La Monegrina”.

 

 

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