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Times between stages by bike. Please help

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North way by bycikle
Buen Camino dear friends

I plan to cross the North Road by bike in the beginning of September 2020. I plan to do the route in about 12 days by bike, with an average of 60 to 100 kilometers per day.

These are the stages that I sacrifice to do. Please, if you can help me with how long (how many hours) each section passes?

1. Irun - Deba 67 km.
2. Deba - Bilbao 82 km.
3. Bilbao - Noja 82 km.
4. Noja - Comillas 97 km.
5. Comillas - Ribadesella 83 km.
6. Ribadesella - Gijon 68 km.
7. Gijon - Ballota 78 km.
8. Ballota - Ribadeo 75 km.
9. Ribadeo - Vilalba 73 km.
10. Vilalba - Sobrado dos Monxes 61 km.
11. Sobrado dos Monxes - Santiago de Compostela 61 km.

Thanks in advance to everyone who will help me with the planning
 

PK Smit

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
(015)Irun to Santiago
(017)Lisboa to S
2018Caminha to Santiago
(2018) Camino English Ferrol Santiago
Unless you are super human, I doubt if you will be able to cover the suggested distances. Just my observation
 

trecile

Camino Addict
Camino(s) past & future
Francés (2016 & 2017), Norte (2018), Francés-Salvador-Norte (2019), Portuguese (2019)
My Buen Camino app suggests 13 days with these stages. I'm not a cyclist, but I assume that these are pretty standard stages for biking.

Screenshot_20191110-093222_Buen Camino-202x552.jpg
 

Martin.P

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Camino(s) past & future
Via Algarvinia (Sept 12)
Camino Frances (June 16)
Via de la Plata (May 19)
Finisterre (July 16)
I’ve never done the Norte, but have completed Frances & VDLP by MTB. My suggestion is to yes, keep with the plan but also as David says, see how u go - enjoy the trip, some days you’ll excel & over shoot - some days you’ll struggle - enjoy both. Only book ahead for accommodation (if booking private accommodation) when your on the road & know how much is left in your legs. Most of all enjoy & stay safe, if you can relax & soak in the beauty that is Spain - do so.
 

Galloglaigh

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Camino(s) past & future
Lycra tribe.
CF (2017/8), VF (2018/9), Old Way (2020), VFnS (2020), CP (rebooked) (2021), VdT (ToDo)
Type of bike? Gearing? Loaded or not? Road or off-road?
 

Barbara

Active Member
Camino(s) past & future
Frances, Norte (twice)and Primitivo, Sureste, In France From home Tours and Vézelay, also Le Puy.
Personally, I walked up quite a lot of the hills. Unless you are super fit, your stages look optimistic.
 

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