Cycling

Among numerous running trails, Tenerife offers many challenging bike routes, caused of Pico del Teide. Nevertheless, the highest mountain of Spain, with a height of 3.718m, also provides simple routes, like the trails near the coastal line. Cycling tracks for every fitness level are available, which makes Tenerife particularly attractive for triathletes.

Many professional bicycle teams like Team Sky, Cannondale or Astana, use the cycling routes regularly for training sessions. Further, Chris Froome, Alberto Contador and more cyclists frequently come to Tenerife to benefit from the perfect training conditions. The traffic is also acceptable and the roads are in a good condition. Moreover, Tenerife Top Training offers cycling maps to its clients with many different routes and variable levels of difficulty. On the grounds of T3 a Free Motion Bike Center is located, where fully equipped bicycles can be rented or purchased.

FEATURES

  • Free Motion bicycle store
  • Possibility of cycling in different altitudes (flat routes close to the coastal line as well trails up to a height of 2.400m)
  • Shuttle Service
  • GPS rental
  • Numerous GPS measured routes

SERVICES

As part of its trademark, T3 also offers a comprehensive service during the training camps. On request, a transfer service will be available from the airport to both your hotel and the training centre. Further, we offer a Biomechanic service with José Ramón Callen and reparation at the Bike Center Free Motion to our guests. Free-to-use massage rooms and ice baths – perfect for rehabilitation purposes- are available. T3’s SPA area is equipped with a Jacuzzi, a sauna and a Turkish bath, perfect for relaxing after a training session. We can also provide you with rental cars and organise excursions on request.

Tenerife Top Training offers professional service for:

  • Clubs
  • Sports groups, teams
  • Professional athletes
  • Recreational athletes
  • All season training camps
  • Summer school camps
  • Tournaments
  • Meetings and conferences

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