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Bike Weeks with Rolf Sørensen & Dennis Ritter


Venue: Club La Santa
Coaches: In House
Start Date: 29/03/2019
End Date: 04/04/2019
Sports: Cycling
Location: Lanzarote
Price from: €130


The well-known Tour de France partners, Rolf Sørensen and Dennis Ritter, are looking forward to welcoming you for their fourth bike week at Club La Santa. You will bike between 500-600km and face lots of challenges during this exciting week.


"I came to Club La Santa for the first time in 1982, so I know all the good climbs and where the wind makes them extra tough. We are really looking forward to getting in shape and giving the participants a great week." Rolf Sørensen.

The well-known Tour de France partners, Rolf Sørensen and Dennis Ritter, invite you to join them in Lanzarote for a challenging week with some amazing climbs in a great climate. During the week you can test your legs and push yourself on the very steep climb to Femés and also on the long and beautiful climb to Tabayesco. There will be sandwiches and refreshments on the long rides and by the end of the week you will have cycled between 500-600 km. On one of the evenings there will be a lecture with Rolf & Ritter and on another we will have dinner in one of our restaurants. The week caters for all levels, but you should be able to bike a minimum of 3-5 hours daily at a speed from around 24–30+ km/h.

Rolf Sørensen

former professional cyclist with more than 65 victories, making him the most winning Danish rider. Rolf has ridden the Tour de France several times, has won 2 stages and worn the yellow jersey. Rolf dedicated most of his career to the Spring Classics and short stage races. His biggest victories were Tour of Flanders, Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Paris Tour, Paris-Bruxelles, Tirreno-Adriatico, Tour of Denmark, Tour of Holland and Silver in the Atlanta Olympics. 

Dennis Ritter

journalist working on the TV station, TV2. Dennis was working as a Sports journalist on the programme ”TV2 Sporten” since 2004 and was primarily covering cycling, handball and football. Now he is hosting the news on the same TV station. Dennis primarily work as a commentator and TV presenter and have among other things, covered the Tour de France 15 times, The Olympic Games 8 times and several Football championships. 


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