Manilva.- This was announced by Juan Carlos Maldonado, vice president of the provincial government's Education, Youth and Sport department, in an initiative that is part of the #YoMeMuevoEnCasa campaign promoted by the Malaga Provincial Council through social networks to encourage physical exercise at home during the state of emergency.
The participants of this first online edition will be able to visit each region through the Bknool platform, where the route has been simulated through 3D videos of each stage.
An activity suitable for participants of all levels to which they can join at any time or just do one section, depending on available time and physical condition.
Each stage will connect the different participants online, along with cyclists from across the province who will contribute their experience.
To join the race you need a bicycle and an intelligent or interactive roller, with the facility to connect to the Bknool platform through your computer, telephone or tablet.
Registration is free with everone who completes the five stages being entered into a draw for ten packs of products among the brand Sabor a Málaga ’and seven double tickets to visit the Caminito del Rey. To participate just join the CCManilva group within Bkool (https://my.bkool.com/group/show/50862).
The first stage departs from Istán tomorrow, Monday, 11th May and covers part of the Sierra de la Nieves; the second will focus on the Antequera region; the third leaves Rincón de la Victoria to visit part of the Axarquía; the fourth focuses on the Serranía de Ronda and in the final stage, on 17th May, there will be a “multiplayer” outing, in which all the participants will leave at the same time and will be broadcast live on the Club's Facebook page Club Ciclista Manilva.