FAQS

Yes, the inscriptions are limited by:

The Traka 360: 500 participants
The Traka 200: 500 participants
The Traka100: 500 participants
The Traka 50: 250 participants

Validation of bicycles is only from 16 to 19 on Friday.

Yes, but we are not responsible for mechanical breakdowns during the race and, therefore, we will not give priority when providing assistance for mechanical breakdowns

Yes, in all races there is a cloakroom service in the same bib collection or check-in area

Depending on the event, in the refreshments section of each distance it appears whether the service exists or not and whether the life bag is returnable or not

Yes, if you access the locations button, there you will find where all the services are located

Yes, as long as and when you have a photo of your ID and federal card or insurance if you have marked that you have one

The Pals rest area is a quiet room with parquet floors without mats or mattresses, if you want, you can bring your own.

If you do not check the bike, you can start the same, but in case of mechanical breakdown of the bike we will not be responsible and the participant will have to return at his own expense.

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If you have insurance, managed by federations or private companies, that covers sporting accidents, you do not need to take out race insurance. Make sure it includes the event activity. You will have to present the insurance document during the bib delivery, but it will be your responsibility to meet all the requirements. If you do not have any insurance, you will have to take out the race insurance to cover all your needs.

Between 48 and 72 hours before the event you will receive an email with the tracks, the Komoot code and the information to download them. All previously published tracks are provisional and not valid.

Our cancellation policy is set out in point 4 of the regulations.

Yes, you can participate with MTB and E-Bike. In the case of the E-Bike, the classification will be parallel to the rest.

If you are a less technical rider, we recommend using tires between 42mm and 45mm. If you are an experienced cyclist, 40 mm. Hutchinson’s 40mm or 45mm Tundra or Touareg tires are ideal for tackling The Traka challenge.

As for the development of the bike, it will depend on the fitness level of the participant, we think that with 40 chainring teeth and 9-42 chainring is ideal.

No, the race takes place on gravel tracks, sections of asphalt and some simple trails. If you are a less technical rider, we recommend using tires between 42mm and 45mm. If you are an experienced cyclist, 40 mm. Hutchinson’s 40mm or 45mm Tundra or Touareg tires are ideal for tackling The Traka challenge.

Temperatures at this time of the year range between 15 and 25 degrees, depending on whether it is cloudy or sunny. Tramuntana winds can blow in the northern part of the route; there is wind 150 days a year. Do not forget that the Mediterranean climate is very diverse and changing. You may have to deal with rain or wind.

No, none of the routes are marked except for the last 3-4 km. You will need to use a GPS navigation system to follow the race track. In the case of MTB Singletrack races they will be marked.

Yes, the traffic code must be obeyed and respected. Paths, roads and the interior of the villages are open to traffic.