Madrid – Casa de Campo
48km - 656m / 30mi - 2152ft - Weekly Rides - Tuesday - Thursday
- Region EMEA
- Country Spain
- City Madrid
Casa de Campo Park is 95% closed to the traffic. The route rides the full length of the official Triathlon circuit located inside Casa de Campo. Easy to ride, smooth tarmac, we also ride along the original and wild Manzanares river before the entrance to the city. 3 loops with the most ridden paths in Madrid: over 4.000 athletes ride the Casa de Campo segments in Strava.
Ride Map and Profile
Length: 48km / 30mi
Altitude: 656m / 2152ft
Difficulty: Cat 3 - Moderate
|Booking Price||US $0.00|
|Departure Day/s||Tuesday - Thursday,|
|Departure Time||Arrive 10am - Ride 10:30 am - Return 12:30 am - Cafe|
|Duration||2 hrs ride time|
|Departure Location||City centre ride departure point. Full location details will be included in your ride confirmation email.|
|Included||Quality road bike, pre-fitted to your rider profile, helmet, experienced & fully insured local Ride Leader.|
|Excluded||Transport to and from ride departure point, shoes, pedals, water bottle, ride kit, food and drinks.|
|What to bring||Cycling shoes, pedals, pedal spanner, cycling kit.|
|Need to know||fter you book and pay for this ride, you should complete your rider profile to include your bike measurements. You will also receive a detailed ride confirmation email including specific location details, instructions and checklist.|
Carlos – MadridFor Carlos once he started seeing all the roads he drove on as possible cycle routes, he realised he had fallen victim to the 'road cycling curse'. He's been riding since a teenager, but as an adult rider, he has been keenly involved in cycling clubs activities and long distance routes, which in Spain, definitely means climbing mountains! For Carlos, climbing hills in the beautiful natural surrounds of Madrid is one of the most rewarding experiences cycling provides. The Alps, Pyrenees, and Spanish mountains are some of the places that he visits at least once a year. However, he also appreciates an easy route with friends telling jokes & visiting cyclist cafes ask for the local speciality for riders, “coffee with milk with tomato and olive oil toasts”. Tempted?
Jon – MadridJon has been riding a bike for as long as he can remember and has competed on numerous occasions in many of the European classics including The Marmotte, Liege Bastogne Liege and Spain's most famous event The Quebrantahuesos - The Spanish Bonecrusher! Since relocating to Madrid several years ago Jon spends most weekends cycling with friends or with his local club. He's equally at home riding on the front or at the back of the group and what he most enjoys is exploring the quiet mountain roads on the outskirts of Madrid with like minded passionate cyclists.
Manuel – MadridManuel always finds time to share with everyone his inexhaustible knowledge of mechanics, products, materials and accessories for bikes and knows some of the best rides in and around the city. He prides himself on providing outstanding service and ensuring the bikes used are in great condition. He has worked in the organization, management and development of premier sporting events: national cycling championships, tennis Master Series, major league basketball, handball world championship, etc.. Passionate about the world of sports and cycling in particular, he has been 3 times Madrilenian mountain bike champion, cycling director, national sub champion orientation races, Madrilenian champion basketball and indoor soccer.
Madrid Road Bike Rental includes the following bike;
Specalized Roubaix SL4 – FACT carbon 10r frame, Shimano 105, 11-speed rear derailleur.
Note: Multiple spaces are available on GCR rides, but due to your specific profile and bike sizing requirements, bookings can only be made individually.