On 17 and 18 November in Sant Feliu de Guíxols (Girona), the 2D Costa Brava Trial will take place

On 17 and 18 November in Sant Feliu de Guíxols (Girona), the 2D Costa Brava Trial will take place. The event is organized by the Moto Club 2D Costa Brava Trial. This trial is a reference in the world of classic trials. Every year the interest for this event increases: in 2012 there were 110 participants, in 2018 there will be 484. Why? Because according to the participants and the press, it is the most beautiful classic trial in Europe, report organizers.

The organizers are well-honed, for this 8th edition they have still put the accent on the welcome, the friendliness. For the participants, the level of the difficulty of the zones is divided into several categories: yellow (the easiest), green (moderately difficult), blue (difficult) and the red level (very difficult) for the participants who have a very high level.

The cross (inter-zone) is 35 km with 20 zones, divided into 2 categories to avoid waiting at the entrances of the zones. These are in the mountains around Sant Feliu de Guíxols. Some areas dominate the sea, the panorama is fantastic, and the final areas are located on the edge of the Mediterranean, about ten meters from the sea, which is really exclusive in southern Europe.

All the great champions have come to participate in the 2D Costa Brava Trials: Jaime Subira, Steve Saunders, Manuel Soler, Yrjo Vesterinen, Gilles Burgat, John Lampkin, Takahisa Fujinami, Lluis Gallach, Fred Michaud, Mick Andrews, Charles Coutard, Matteo Grattarola. And this year the seven-time trial world champion Dougie Lampkin will be there.

An entertainment program is also available for spectators; there are beautiful walks by the sea 100 meters from the start of the race. The scenery is incredible in this region. On Sunday morning in Sant Feliu de Guíxols, there is a large traditional market.

Following this spectacular event, the awards ceremony will be held. A solemn ceremony will be held at the Hotel S’Agaró.

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