The traditional BANTRAB Women’s Tour of Guatemala, from June 7 to 11, will bring together teams from five nations, as confirmed by the Organizing Committee of the event, categorized as 2.2 by the International Cycling Union (UCI) and which is part of the UCI America calendar. -Tour.

Up to now, the presence of the following foreign teams is guaranteed: Pato Bike from Mexico, Roxo Racing from the United States, Clarus Merquimia and Indeportes Boyacá, both from Colombia, and the Costa Rican national team.

For their part, the local teams that will take the start on the seventh day of June will be Asociación de San Marcos – Acredicom, Asociación de Sololá-Intercop R.L., Eles Team, Macizo Cordelsa and PPP Development.

There is little left to experience all the excitement of the 21st edition. After not being able to take place in 2021 and 2022 due to the COVID pandemic, the Guatemalan women’s cycling festival will return once again and this time, it will be held on a track without major variations compared to previous versions.

The route of the Women’s Tour of Guatemala 2023 will be 403 kilometers, which will be divided into a prologue and 4 stages, which will cover at least 4 departments of the country. This is how each of the stages will be played:

The tour includes the following stages so far:


Prologue 1 km at the National Velodrome, Zone 13.


Parramos-Libramiento Chimaltenango (7 Turns)- Parramos. 114 km.


El Camán – La Pinada gas station – Patzicía – (9 Turns) El Camán 115 Km.


Pamezabal – El Novillero – Milestone 135 – San Juan Argueta – El Novillero (5 laps) – Pamezabal 113 km.


Circuit, Reforma Avenue – Las Americas Avenue (12 laps) 60 km.