This third edition of Transpyrenees, counted with 115 riders came from 21 countries.

The route covered mostly the spanish Pyrenees for a total of 1.040km +24.000m, including an insane stage in Andorra with more than 4.000m of elevation gain in just 160km.

The fastest rider was the german Ulrich Bartholmös, also the first finisher in #Transpyrenees2019, crossing the finish line in less than 48h.



The second edition of Transpyrenees, with more than 100 riders before the COVID situation, counted finally with 87 climbers came from 18 countries.

The route from Llançà to San Sebastián included 40 Cols, among them Tourmalet, Peyresourde, Aubisque or Pailhères, giving more than 27.000m of elevation gain in 1.000km.

The fastest rider was the Basque Oier Iturralde, crossing the finish line in just 67h.



Transpyrenees was the first ultracycling event ever crossing The Pyrenees, from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic coast.

82 riders from 14 nationalities took part in this first edition, starting in the Catalan village Llançà and finishing in the Basque city of San Sebastián after 950km and 25.000m elevation gain.

The german Ulrich Bartholmös, later first finisher also in #Transiberica2019, was the first rider crossing the finish line in San Sebastián after just 2 days and 2 hours.