Transpyrenees 2022

Llançà, Spain

The fixed route of Transpyrenees takes riders from the Mediterranean Pyrenees in the North East of Spain, through the Pyrenees Central and finishes at the wild Atlantic Pyrenees.

06:00, 25 June, 2022

Total Racers


Distance — Elevation




Key Events

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Total Racers: 131

Scratched: 18% ( 24 )

Finished: 62% ( 81 )


  • 1stAdam Bialek (Winner)
  • 2ndChristophe Dijkmans (Finished)
  • 3rdAdam Palin (Finished)
  • 4thAndrés Santos Hevilla (Finished)
  • 5thJorge Jurado Gascón (Finished)
  • 6thToni Calderón (Finished)
  • 7thSilvia Perrenoud (Finished)
  • 8thJonathan Abbott (Finished)
  • 9thLeonard V.hammerstein (Finished)
  • 10thRobert Reinecke (Finished)


  • 1stRaul Peralta & Jokin Etxebarria (Winner)
  • 2ndAndres Fernandez Latorre & Santiago Fernandez Latorre (Finished)
  • 3rdJose Borras Arco & Richard Pons Chillida (Finished)
  • 4thTarquin Pack & Thomas Grieve (Finished)
  • 5thDiego Villarias Solana & Marco Antonio Alvarado Gonzã¡lez (Finished)
  • 6thJavier Ayúcar & Vicente Mendia (Finished)
  • 7thCarlos Valin & Jose Ramon Gallego (Finished)
  • 8thBas Van Tilborg & Wout Bierens (Finished)
  • 9thIñaki Garcia Leon & Jose Cabello Pérez (Scratched)
  • 10thJosep Pera Vall-llosera & Jordi López Ramot (Scratched)

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