Tenerife is the largest of Spain’s Canary Islands (2,034 square kilometers) in size, however, it offers a vast network of roads and bike paths that are exent for road and
off road cycling. The dormant, towering and beautiful volcano, Mount Teide, that defines Tenerife offers distinct riding experiences depending on which side of the mountain you are located. The south side offers a drier and more desolate scenery, which in itself is very interesting, whilst the north side of the mountain is green and lush with spectacular mountain and sea views.
Tenerife is regarded as a cyclist’s paradise offering its own distinct and unique micro climates, stunning scenery and a strong biking culture. This is one place that should definitely be on your list of places to visit.
You just need to worry about yourself, your bicycle, and when you want to pull over to take in some of the spectacular scenarys. There are lots of routes available, ranging in difficulty; easy to professional level. Your ride can take you from sea level right up to an elevation of more than 2,000 metres. The great thing about the island is that you’ll always have access to whatever services you require within a short distance. Because of this, Tenerife has already attracted the greatest cyclists in the world to train here.
You can ride all over the island, there is an extensive road network, plus on our website we have a wide range of downlable routes if you prefer to go it alone or you can try any one of a range of guided tours that some of our professional guides have on offer.
The favorable weather conditions mean that you can cycle all year round. We have an average temperature of 22 degrees throughout the year. However, during the summer months on the south of the island the temperatures can get quite high. The north maintains a decent ridable temperature for those who really want to get out.
The favourable weather conditions mean that you can cycle all year round. We have an average temperature of 22 degrees 365 days a year.
There are over 200 kilometres of forest tracks available to you. Most of them can be found in the north of the island.
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