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24 Jan 2023

Celebrate the Andalusian Day with us!

Registration available for the 28 February stage on the occasion of the local festivity

For all Andalusians, 28 February is a very special day. That's why we want you to make it even more special. Since 2020 the event has not coincided with the festivity of the Community, and that is why in this thirteenth edition we want you to join us during that day with your bicycles to enjoy the Andalusian trails.

That is to say, you can register to participate ONLY in the stage on 28 February, which is a festivity day in the Community and celebrate it with us.

This stage will start at the Cathedral of Jaén and finish at the Olivo Arena, with 53 kilometres and 1,425 metres of climbing. The day will run through the area of El Neveral and it will be a technical stage with a lot of trails, but very playful.

For those of you who can't come for personal, work or family reasons, this is the perfect excuse to get a taste of what Andalucía Bike Race by GARMIN is all about. To discover the routes, to get to know this great race from the inside, to find out how our marshalls work, to enjoy the feed stations and to enjoy a day of real mountain biking.

The price per participant is €45, plus a temporary licence if you are not federated (€15), which can be purchased at the time of registration. Places are limited to 150 numbers.

The minimum age to participate will be from those born in 2004, and who will be 19 years old on 31 December 2023. The collection of numbers for those who register on this day will be on Monday 27th February from 17:30h to 19:30h at the Olivo Arena in Jaén. This registration will not include a free jersey or a participant's bag, nor results by classification, but you will have the times achieved during the stage, and you will start from the last box.

Don't make any plans for 28 February. You have an appointment with us.


You can already register for stage 2, and celebrate together the Day of Andalusia.

And happy Andalusian Day!






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