Transpyrenees 2023

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.

18:00, 24 June, 2023

Distance — Elevation




Last Year's Winner

Adam Bialek

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Total Racers: 174

Scratched: 14% ( 25 )

Finished: 70% ( 122 )


  • 1stIgor Antón (Winner)
  • 2ndSimon Descamps (Finished)
  • 3rdConrad Liwa (Finished)
  • 4thJulien Duflot (Finished)
  • 5thManuel Villalobos (Finished)
  • 6thDavid Ferrero (Finished)
  • 7thMarc Schell (Finished)
  • 8thSergio Zancada (Finished)
  • 9thTom Le Bivic (Finished)
  • 10thHubert Tissot (Finished)


  • 1stDaniel Vila & Dani Justícia (Winner)
  • 2ndLucas Bracht & Patrick Supe (Finished)
  • 3rdVíctor López & Xavier Cruz (Finished)
  • 4thOndrej Hampl & Michal Hampl (Finished)
  • 5thMichael Boesiger & Sandra Boesiger (Finished)
  • 6thVíctor Oriol & Paco Cejudo (Finished)
  • 7thMathieu Chalvidal & Kevin Godard (Finished)
  • 8thDavid Johnston & Matthew Cruice (Finished)
  • 9thChris Opie & Sam Sneyd (Finished)
  • 10thChristophe Lorand & Daniel Lorand (Finished)

Outside of GC

  • 1stSergio García (Winner)
  • 2ndIvo Relveiro (Finished)

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