Your first ride of Gran Canaria will involve 26km of flat riding to Arguineguin and then onto Cercado de Espinos, allowing you to save your energy for the 5km climb to Soria. Once there, you will...Show More
Today you will head east along the coast, passing an aerodrome before the climb to Santa Lucia. You'll have views of Lomo de Gallego, a huge valley and Fortaleza. The next climb will take you to ...Show More
The iconic summit tour is a must for any cyclist visiting Gran Canaria. A 48km journey starting at 20m and finishing at 1950m. Journeying through Fataga, San Bartolome and Cruz Grande, then onto ...Show More
It may be a rest day route, but there will be a surprise! Cycle to the Ayagaures valley passing an idyllic white church and houses. From here the gentle climb to Pedro de Gonzalez begins. Observe...Show More
A route which makes Gran Canaria great for cyclists! Composed of long and short climbs, the return is wholly declines, interspaced and winding, with a range of lengths allowing you to practice te...Show More
Today you will cycle along the coast to Puerto de Mogan, where the climb will begin. You will take a break in Mogan (249m) then go onto climb Tauropass (915m), with a break in Soria. We recommend...Show More
This road from Playa del Ingles to Puerto de Mogan along the south coast is full of hidden gems, such as the fishing hamlet at Mogan. You will have views of the Atlantic Ocean the entire journey....Show More
Today we will take you back to the airport for your return flight home.
Home to the Valley of the Tears, Gran Canaria is a great option for some warm weather cycling or training. Like Tenerife, there’s plenty of climbing and with slick and well maintained roads, you can truly test yourself on the bike. We recommend basing yourself in the south. Maspalomas is home to a huge number of hotels but for a quieter more luxurious stay, head a few km east to Meloneras.
The Canary Islands and Gran Canaria in particular, enjoy year round sunshine with plenty of breeze. It is much less windy though than it's neighbour Lanzarote and therefore a better bet for cycling in our opinion. Head out in the UK's autumnal, winter or spring months for some great cycling weather.