As a result of the preventive actions before the COVID-19 (better known as coronavirus), the Orbea Cadí Challenge test has had to modify its date, and postpone the event until August 29-30.
On June 6 you have an appointment at Guardiola de Berguedá, in Cadí. Cradle of one of the most epic cycling marches on the Catalan cycling circuit, the Orbea cadí Challenge.
It has a route in two stages to complete from August 29 to 30, 2020. This year's will be the second edition of the test that covers almost the entire perimeter of the Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park, the spectacular mountain range that serves as the anteroom. to the Catalan Pyrenees. The route of the march proposes two days of mountain, with a first stage of 135 km and 3,000 m of positive slope, between Guardiola and Bellver de Cerdanya. The second day has 112 km and a positive drop of 2,300 m, to return to the starting town, in the north of the province of Barcelona.
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The first stage starts at Guardiola de Berguedà and ends at Bellver. In total 135 km with 3,000 m of positive slope including the ports of Collada Subirana and Creueta
The second stage runs between between Talló and Guardiola de Berguedà, with a route of 112 km and 2,300 meters of positive slope with the climbs to Trava, Coll de Gòsol and Pradell on the west slope.
The race will have five refreshment points, assistance along the route, luggage transfer and mechanical service in progress. In addition, an online tracking service is also included so that anyone can know at all times where the cyclists are.
Saturday August 29
- 7 am. Delivery of bibs and chips in the pavilion
- 9: 00h Start of the march
- 13: 30h Arrival of the first participants in Bellver de Cerdanya
- From 1:30 p.m. until 5pm final meal first stage
- From 7:30 p.m. Dinner at the La Bruna hostel
Sunday August 30
- 8:00 am. March departure
- 12: 00h Arrival of the first participants in Meta
- 12: 30h Start meal end of march