The International Santini Queens of the Aegean Boostrace, Turkey’s first cycling tour featuring a race-vacation concept, will run on a revised route this year.
The tour will take place on May 29 and will take runners from Marmaris, in southwestern Turkey, to Akyaka via Gökova on two different routes – one stretching 80 kilometres, while the other will be 145 kilometres. long.
Participants in the cycling holiday concept circuit will only race on two different climbs – spanning 8.5 kilometers for the shorter route and 10 kilometers for the longer route.
“We are very happy to host this event for the first time in Turkey. We have seen great interest and more than 250 cyclists have already registered,” said race organizer Kerim Sükan.
The Ministry of Tourism, the Turkish Tourism Promotion and Development Agency, as well as the local governorate and municipality support Santini Queens of The Aegean Boostrace.
The last day to register for this unique race is May 1st.