Transcontinental: Racing 4,000km from Belgium to Greece in lower than 9 days

The Transcontinental race has wrapped up its ninth version, with Cristoph Strasser as soon as once more the primary rider to traverse the almost 4,000km distance between the checkpoints that ran from Belgium via to Greece.

The self-supported race, based by ultra-endurance chief Mike Corridor who tragically misplaced his life on the roads of Australia 6 years in the past, has continued to develop and evolve, with riders going through a shorter however extra mountainous route in 2023. The sphere of round 350 riders this yr additionally confronted obligatory gravel sections alongside the journey from the beginning on the unrelenting cobbled ascent of the Muur-Kepelmuur in Geraardsbergen on July 23 to Thessaloniki.

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