Advertorial – Race In Spain with Cycling Holiday Spain


Train like a professional in Spain and have a race as well thanks to Cycling Holiday Spain

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Advertorial – Race In Spain with Cycling Holiday Spain

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Cycling Holiday Spain Press Release

What could be better than a fantastic training camp where you can ride in the superb marina alta mountains of the Costa Blanca and also participate in an epic road race?

Cycling Holiday Spain now provide week long training camps and also the option to enter one of a series of road races that have more than 200 cyclists in each event.


The races are part of the Volta Marina Race series where more details can be found on

Here are some video links of what to expect at the races.

All the races are superbly organised, well marshalled and have vehicle support as well as closed roads which is something UK racing does not always have.

When racing here, it is great to know that you can descend or climb knowing there are no cars on the roads. All you need is your British Cycling licence and a standard covering letter allowing you to race in Spain also provided from the governing body.

Cycling Holiday Spain organise your entry and take care of everything leaving you to just focus on the race. The race series take take place in local towns such as Parcent where a fast 80 KM race takes in three fast loops then a final large loop taking in the famous COL DE RATES climb before finishing in Parcent town. Other towns include Javea, Villa Joyosa and Benidorm.

If you need any more information just visit out website or email us on

Go for it train and race in spain for a fantastic continenal racing experience. These races are epic and real good fun, coupled with the best fully inclusive training camp about. What could be a better training camp experience


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