The P2P Two Stage Skate Race Zubiri - Pamplona - Puente, is internationally recognised as the most beautiful and hardest in the world.

Benefits with your registration
Race bib and time chip

You will have to go to the place and time provided with a supporting document (ID card, passport...) and showing the registration email.

Gift commemorative

Registration for any stage includes a commemorative gift that will be given at the time of picking up the race bib. 

Service
locker service

The organisation will transport the bags of those participants who wish to do so from Zubiri to Pamplona in the first stage and from Pamplona to Puente la Reina in the second stage.

Refreshments in the race

Each refreshment point will have food and beverages that will vary depending on the kilometre where it is located. 

Assistance and medical insurance

The marathon has contracted an accident insurance for all participants.

Service showers

Showers will be available at a location to be confirmed. 

ROUNDS
Frequently asked questions
Solve your doubts and questions about P2P and get to the starting line with all the guarantees.

In the first stage anyone can participate, no specific level is required and there are no steep descents. The second stage is considered a medium technical level. You should be used to skating at 30-40 km/h, downhill and be more or less fit. If not, we recommend you to train hard and well in order to be able to participate in the next edition.

Of course, your biggest obstacle may be the downhills on the second stage, but your goal is not to compete, so you can take it easy and enjoy this wonderful course.

Yes, the broom bus will pick up the skaters who run out of time. The time to finish the first stage is 1 hour and 30 minutes and 2 hours and 30 minutes for the second stage. From Berriro Ere we encourage you to take part in the race, as regardless of the distance you manage to cover, you will enjoy an open-circuit race with spectacular scenery.

Yes, but remember: the more weight you carry, the more it will slow you down. A pair of lightweight trainers may be useful at some point.

The helmet of course and we recommend gloves, knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards, etc...

No, in fact all skaters are insured by the organisation.

With the registration fee, participants are entitled to:
- Participant's bib
- Accident insurance
- Time chip
- Commemorative gift
- Left-luggage service
- Refreshments during the race
- Shower service

The race bib can only be returned if the cancellation insurance has been purchased and under the conditions accepted therein.

It is necessary to have a valid ID card or identification document.

If it is another person who collects your bib number, they must also present a copy (printed or on their mobile phone) of your ID card or identity document.

Yes.

Participants may leave one bag per person in the areas set aside for this purpose, and will be taken by the organisers to the finish area of each stage.

The timetable for depositing bags will be from 16:00 to 16:50 in the first stage (Zubiri) and from 8:30 to 9:20 in the second stage (Pamplona)
All rucksacks/bags must be duly marked with a receipt which will be handed out together with the bib number.

Yes.

All modifications will be communicated by the organisation through all official channels (web, RRSS, etc.).

No, the chip is already activated.

It shall be placed in the upper part of the helmet, without bending, breaking or manipulating it. Graphic instructions shall be available to show the correct placement of the chip.

The bib number must be placed on the thigh of the leg, without prejudice to what is indicated by the organisation or judges at the time of the start.

First stage: 1 liquid refreshment point.
Second stage: 2 liquid refreshment posts and 1 solid and liquid refreshment post.
Finish area: in both stages there will be a solid and liquid refreshment point in the finish area.

Yes, the time limit is set at 1h30min for the first stage and 2h30min for the second stage.

The results will be published at the end of each stage.

They will be visible in the results section of the official website, RRSS and in the finish area.

All multimedia content will be published on the Official Website and on P2P's RRSS.

Consult the regulations (PDF)

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