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Stone giant: 200 kilometers and 6,500 meters of unevenness in 17 hours

Stone giant: 200 kilometers and 6,500 meters of unevenness in 17 hours

Mountain cycling Complete 200 kilometers field through, with 6,500 meters of positive slope, in a maximum of 17 hours. That is the challenge that next Saturday, June 3, will face the thousand mountain cyclists that will take the departure of the VII Stone Giant in L'Arcora (Castellón). Stone giant It is a mountain bicycle test in the ultramarathon modality. It is not a walk through the field or a simple route crossing natural places. It is a real challenge that combines physical resistance, technical expertise and speed to enter the finish line before the countdown of 17 hours reaches zero. After six editions, testing the Bikers More demanding, the test takes a leap forward this year becoming the headquarters of the BTT ultramarathon championships. This Saturday will be the most powerful edition of all stone giant. Mountain cyclists There are a thousand cyclists inscribed to live the adventure of Stone Giant. Among the most prominent are Bikers of reference such as Juan José Simó (Primaflor Mondraker), Patxi CIA (Gobik Team), Joseba Albizu (MMR Team) or the winner of last year, the American Tinker Juarez (Cannondale Factory Racing). The current champion of Spain of Ultramratón, Brandan Mázquez, will also take the exit. The VII Stone Giant premieres novelty. Together with the queen test, a modality called Small will also be played. It is a shorter circuit, 115 kilometers and 3,500 meters of unevenness, designed for those who want to start marathon tests but still do not meet the necessary conditions to face the giant.
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