Starting on the renowned series of climbs leading to Fataga and San Bartolomé, our return journey detours past the camping area of Temisas - we won't be camping but for sure we'll be enjoying the rollercoaster of tarmac that swoops past it!
There is something about a peak that draws the bold and daring to it like a moth to a light. We will be there every step of the way to ensure pacing, nutrition and hydration see you conquer the 46 km discontinuous ascent.
High up in the mountains, the reservoir of Presa de las Niñas provides a stunning backdrop to a climb that sees us reach 1300 metres elevation, passing some of the most famous mountain roads for the informed cyclist.
The valley of Guayadeque is a rich green vein in the south of the island, and the recent resurfacing has made this journey past ancient caves of the Guanches a real treat, but one that demands respect.