La Arena/Puerto De La Cruz




70/130 KM


1'000/2'000 MT



A perfect mix of great riding, fun and relax!

The week will involve great riding and recovery, exactly the way all pros do it!

The riding is a mix of undulating roads and medium climbs near the coast and also includes a couple of attempts to the impressive Teide Volcano!

You will ride with experienced guides who are racers as well, happy to share all their knowledge! Our team bus will support you along the road, setting up strategic feed zones with top quality sport food and refreshments. At the end of the ride, our professional masseur will take care of your muscles while our mechanics look after your bike!

Put simply, we’ll do what they do and see if it works for us as well!


  • Level: Intermediate

  • Terrain: Hilly - Mountainous

  • Daily Distance: Approx 70-130 km

  • Daily Ascent: Approx 1000-2000 m

  • Main Route: 600 km

  • Total Ascent: Approx 9000 m

  • Duration: 8 days / 7 nights

  • 4 nights in La Arena - 3 nights in Puerto de La Cruz

  • Recommended Arrival-Departure Airport: Tenerife Sud




  • 7-14 February 2021 

  • 14-21 March 2021


  • 8 DAYS in Twin-Double Room: € 2,850

  • Single room: € 450



The experience is built for all riders able to ride for 4-5 hours. This is not a race or a high intensity training program: the goal is to put as much distance as we can in our legs as  base training for the racing season.

We will ride as a group on the rolling terrain and as individuals or small groups on the climbs, so that everyone will enjoy the ride. On top of each major climb we will regroup and enjoy the descent together. As a team, we’ll support each other during the ride and make sure everyone finishes safe and happy!


All cyclists interested in learning more about riding technique, training, and nutrition will have a lot of opportunities to consult our professional riders and staff, maybe while enjoying a drink by the pool or on the beach!


  • A fantastic tour itinerary designed by Andrea & Simon

  • All hotel accommodations in beautiful 4-star hotels, in twin-double room

  • All breakfasts, 1 lunch, and all dinners except one 

  • 2 professional guides on tour (one fully qualified mechanic)

  • Professional massage at the hotel after each ride

  • Van support throughout the tour

  • One main group airport transfer

  • All in-tour transfers

  • Bike service and laundry every other day

  • Snacks and food supplements, including electrolytes, gels, and energy bars during rides by OTE Sport

  • Garmin 810-820 loan unit with maps for duration of tour

  • 1 top quality OMR cycling kit made by RAPHA (jersey, knicks, socks)

  • 1 SCICON Race bag with your name and nationality flag

  • Free use of a POC helmet

  • Detailed printed tour information booklet

  • Small group of max 12 riders.


We have selected some of the best routes offering a mix of all terrains.
This part of Tenerife offers quiet roads away from the crowd.
Some of the climbs can be challenging with some steep sections, but generally for short distances. The climb to Masca has some 14-15%, and it’s definitely the hardest of the trip!
Climbing up the Teide Volcano is going to be challenging as well, but mainly because of the distance (45k from the coast!) and the altitude (2100m above sea level!).
Smooth roads and a lot of respect from local drivers make it almost the perfect riding location!


  • Single room 

  • High-end rental bike

  • Personal training program by Simon Clarke

  • Personal airport transfer

  • Alcoholic drinks

  • Lunches if not specified 

  • Flights

  • Guides TIPS

  • Travel Insurance


Day One – La Arena Warm-up Ride

Routes: 45km Total Ascent: 600m

This is a warm-up ride to ease the legs and body into 1-2 weeks of intense riding.  Some of you may have only recently stepped off a plane, so this ride offers a great way to “tease” out that tiredness.  It will include some small climbs and offer spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.

Day Two: La Arena loop to Guya de Isora

Main Route: 90 km; 63 mi | Total Ascent: 1500 m; 4900 ft (see datas)

What a start! Our first real ride will take us on the foothills of the Teide Vulcano, on some quiet roads ideal for a nice group ride. We will have great views of the ocean and the mountains and enjoy a nice Coffe and local snacks!

Day Three - La Arena loop to Masca

Main Route: 115 km; 71 mi | Total Ascent: 2000 m; 6500 ft (see datas)

We ride along the undulating coast and then up to Masca with spectacular views of the ocean all day long as well as The Teide Volcano, soon to become our main training location.

Day Four – La Arena loop to Teide Volcano

Main Route: 105 km; 66 mi | Total Ascent: 2300 m; 7200 ft (see datas)

Here we go, let’s climb! A short but challenging ride as we’ll spend most of the time climbing without the usual reward of a descent. The climb is nearly 50km (30mi) long, starting from sea level and reaching 2000m; but it’s not hard at all. Once on top, we’ll have plenty of time to explore the wild area on top of the still active volcano and meet some of the pros in the very charming hotel.

Day Five – La Arena to Puerto de la Cruz

Main Route: 75 km; 47 mi | Total Ascent: 1800 m; 9100 ft

After 5 days of intense riding we’ll take an easy one!

Today we ride in the opposite direction in the foothills of the volcano, with several challenging short climbs all the way to the picturesque town of Puerto de la Cruz.

Day Six – Puerto De La Cruz loop to Teide Vulcano via Orotawa

Main Route: 100 km; 60 mi | Total Ascent: 2200 m; 3300 ft

As most of the pros do, we’ll ride out and back along the scenic road at the summit of the volcano and then take a cable car up to the peak of the mountain to enjoy one of the best views ever.

Day Seven – Puerto de La Cruz loop to Punta de Hidalgo

Main Route: 160 km; 100 mi | Total Ascent: 3600 m;12000 ft

And what else would we do after the rest day…a big ride!! We’ll ride all the way to Punta de Hidalgo, then take in some up undulations along the coast and finally climb the longest side of Teide from Santa Cruz, which includes some steep sections at the begining but easier ones at the end.

Day Eight – Goodbye or Continue on the Volcano Training Experience

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