Crossing Portugal in 8 days, north to south; finishing in Sagres – the southern west point of Europe; 1000 km of off-road racing across forest tracks, gravel roads and steep single tracks on clifftops.
Racing from hotel door to hotel door, overnight stays in the best hotels in the region, excellent food and relaxed atmosphere all around…[read more]
Entry pp R23050 to 28500 / EUR1699
BASIC PACK - 1.699€ Includes the race pack, 9 nights in a shared room, 9 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 9 dinners, the transfers from Lisbon -> Bragança and from Sagres -> Lisbon SINGLE PACK - 2.159€ Includes all the Basic Pack but in a Single room BIKE D'LUX - 209€ Daily washing, drying and lubrication of the rider's bike and all labor costs of eventual bike repairs needed at the end of each stage PACK MASSAGE - 189€ Includes a daily massage at the end of each stage, except the last one COMPANION BASE PACK - 999€ Own transportation. Includes shared room with the racer, 9 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 9 dinners and transfers from Lisboa -> Bragança and from Sagres -> Lisboa COMPANION FULL PACK - 1.549€ Includes the Base Pack, but we will arrange all transportation with a tour-guide. Notes: - All meals are "all you can eat" - All prices include VAT - For more details see the rules
http://shoestring-racing.blogspot.com/2007/10/look-back-at-transportugal.htmlLook back at Transportugal
Just been sent some pictures of the Transportugal race i did this year so seems a good time to write a little look back post... and tonight for once i have little work for my Msc.
Don't want to cover every stage more just look at the stand out moments that still seem fresh 4 months on...http://xtremesport4u.com/extreme-land-sports/a-mountain-bike-adventure-race-has-started-in-portugal/The brainchild of Antonio Malvar and sponsored by Garmin, the American GPS company, the Trans-Portugal Garmin is a 9 day, north to south crossing of Portugal began on the 29th April and is due to finish on the 8th May. This is a formidable 1,150 km off-road mountain bike race across forest tracks, gravel roads and steep single tracks on clifftops. It is one of the toughest mountain bike stage races around and is a true ‘trans’ event as riders traverse the entire length of Portugal, from Braganca in the North to Sagres in the South.