Join us at GFNY Puerto Rico on October 9, 2022
GFNY Puerto Rico starts from the El Conquistador Resort. The race will go on fast and mostly flat roads, and some short, slight climbs through the eastern coastal towns of Fajardo, Ceiba, Naguabo and Humacao.
In Humacao, you turn inland to take on the second half of the loop. This section will travel through lush, remote, tranquil roads, but the beautiful surroundings also come with a price: be ready for five steep, punchy climbs (11.9% max) and fast, technical descents that will make your legs burn.
Long route will do the loop a second time. The medium route riders complete the loop once.
At the end of the loop, turn left and return back on the same road you started. A mostly-flat and fast final miles to get back to El Conquistador, a festive finish line and the biggest post-race party you’ve ever seen. Be ready for music, food, dancing.
Stay an extra night and join us for sunset party and a cool-down group ride on Monday morning with your GFNY Family to cap off an amazing race week.
Long route – 92 miles / 6013 ft +
Medium route – 54 miles / 3285 ft+
About Puerto Rico
Fajardo is located on the easternmost tip of Puerto Rico and is a great base to explore Puerto Rico’s nearby islands and cays. Fajardo is known for its 46 beaches, seafood restaurants, recreational boating, breathtaking views, and pristine natural reserves.
Home to a half-dozen marinas — one of them the largest one in the Caribbean — Fajardo is leader in sailing, parasailing, catamaran chartering, and much more. The town is home to one of the three bioluminescent bays in Puerto Rico, where you can kayak and explore the diversity of marine life.
All athletes receive the official GFNY Puerto Rico Jersey, which is mandatory attire at the marathon.
Registration is open now here.
CONTACT AND MORE INFORMATION
San Juan Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU) is located 30 miles West of Fajardo and is the busiest airport in the Caribbean. SJU services 22 airlines with direct flights throughout the Americas.
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