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Surrounding Club La Santa you will find a variety of on road and off road running routes of distances from 2km upto 21km. Every week we arrange a large range of social runs and competitions with something for everyone.
Club La Santa has 3 50m outdoor pools.
It is divided in 8 lanes.
Instructions are available for both children and adults.
Lanzarote is well renowned for its great variety of biking routes both on and off road. Wherever you go you will be rewarded with stunning views of both the dramatic volcanic landscape and beautiful ocean with magnificent towering cliffs.
International Bike Weeks31 Oct 2014
Club La Santa has the pleasure of hosting the popular International Bike Weeks lead by well known international cyclists. The island’s dramatic landscape offers a variety of terrain with some fantastic mountain climbs that makes Lanzarote an ideal place to train; very few riders can achieve the same speed as at home. The weeks cater for all abilities from novice to the serious racing club cyclist. Ideally, to get the most out of your bike weeks, you should be able to cycle 2 to 4 hours daily.
The routes will vary both in length and difficulty, taking you to the far south, through the fascinating Fire Mountains and up to the north with the view over the island La Graciosa. You will challenge yourself and test your legs on the hard climb to Femés and on the 10km long beautiful mountain climb to Tabayesco. We will divide you into groups, which will go at different speeds (from 21 km/h to 30+ km/h) and levels, so that there will be a suitable group for everybody. The slowest group is called Herman’s Cappuccino-group and will go 21 to 23 km/h. All the groups will be lead by a host and a guide.
During the long rides there will be stops allowing you to have a sandwich and refreshments. Before the daily rides there will be advice and guidance given on how to set up your bike correctly and you are welcome to ask the hosts for advice regarding biking in groups, hills/mountains and how to take corners. It is not unusual for the participants to cover about 950 km throghout the week! The programme also contains other activities; we will have different lectures with the hosts and a pool tournament on one of the evenings. Every week ends with a dinner in the restaurant La Casa, where different prizes are handed out.
Camp Registration and travel arrangements
The camp is restricted to guests staying at Club La Santa during the event. Pre-registration is required as we have a limited number of participants. The price for the International Bike Weeks is €130 for 1 week or €180 for two weeks. This includes daily bike rides of various distances, talks, social activities, refreshments for the longer rides, a t-shirt and dinner on the final evening (2 dinners if you participate for 2 weeks).The full payment for the camp will take place in the welcome meeting upon arrival in Club La Santa. Additionally you will have to book and pay your travel arrangements (accommodation, flight, airport transfers, etc.) with your nearest Club La Santa office/ agency. Club La Santa reserves the right to cancel or change the event if under subscribed.
Register now via Club La Santa.com website
Event weeks are restricted to guests staying at Club La Santa.
Rolf Aldag is one of the most famous and respected German bikers, he has been pro for 15 years – 13 of them for T-mobile and has participated in the Tour de France 10 times and won several stages. In 2000 he became the German road biking champion, and has also won many 6 day races. In 2006 Rolf became the Sports Director for the T-Mobile Team, later HTC Columbia and Highroad. In 2012 Rolf started working with Team Omega Pharma Quickstep. Rolf will be here on a part of the Bike Weeks.
Herman Reichold is a German-Italian artist and is known for his abstract paintings in Germany, Lanzarote and Europe. Herman has been biking for around 15 years and is the leader of the “Cappuccino-group” during the bike weeks. More info: www.kuenstler-herman.de
Gunnar Asmussen has been active within the bike sport more than 45 years. He has won several Nordic championships and his main achievement is being an Olympic gold medal in 4000 m for teams in Mexico in 1968.
Magnus Bäckstedt won in 2004 the Paris Roubaix, which is probably his biggest victory. Apart from that he also won a Tour de France stage in 1998. He retired from professional cycling in February 2009.
Please note that if you want to rent a Club La Santa bike rather than taking your own, you will have to arrange this separately with Club La Santa UK prior to departure. The price for a bike is 98 € per week or 25 € per day for a minimum of 3 consecutive days. It is advisable to book these bikes at time of booking and will be subject to availability
Provisional Programme – subject to alteration
10.00 Departure of the day’s ride with the Green Team
17.00 Welcome meeting and registration
09.15 “How to set up your bike correctly” – with Gunnar Asmussen
09.30 Briefing:Famara-Montaña Blanca 65-70km: Departure
09.30 Briefing: El Golfo (70-80 km): Departure
18.00 Welcome meeting and registration for new guests
21.00 Pool tournament
09.15 Briefing: Tabayesco (85-130 km): Departure
Club La Santa reserves the right to cancel or change the event if under subscribed.
Accommodation has to be booked separately with Club La Santa UK on +44 (0) 161-790-9890
FOR APARTMENTS PRICES AT CLUB LA SANTA. Please refer to the pricing tab.