New For 2017
During 2017 Bike Camp, will ride from Andratx to Pollenca this ride will be included in our weekly program, the bus transfer cost will be included in the price of all our March 2017 Holidays.
We ride every day. The weather might occasionally try to defeat us but our ethos is to be flexible, work with what we’ve got and make the most of every opportunity. Of course Mallorca is pretty kind to us so to give you an idea of the rides we love most, take a look below:
The long day
This is the longest day of the camp and we will get started on the ride early to ensure everyone can complete it well. The route follows the Eastern Tramuntana Serra mountains and is approximately a 155km loop starting and finishing at one of our training bases in Playa du Muro. We will take in the following areas from Pollenca:- we will be passing through the beautiful Orient Valley, the route takes the quiet country roads in the foothills of the Serra de Tramuntana until the category 2 climb of the Coll de Sóller. We will also be climbing the Col d’Honor. There are lots of great places for a cafe stop along this road. The final descent of the day will be the Coll de Femenia, taking us back to our starting point. Approximate distance: 155km.
Sa Calobra an epic day out
A great route to try the famous Sa Calobra climb. This is an out and back route and we will be having lunch out today. We will be starting and finishing at one of our training bases in either Pollença or Playa du Muro. We will ride to the first climb of the day which will be the Coll de Femenia and return via a descent of the Coll de sa Batalla. One for the climbers, but a great day out and a must do ride. Approximate distance: 140km.
Ironman bike course
The first 90k of the Ironman bike course or if your keen we sometimes complete the full 140.6 route this is great day out with lots of options for distances. Approximate distance: 90 / 180 km. These are just a small sample that we offer. We know the island extremely well so always chose the best rides for our groups and look for the best weather.
Coast to Coast
From west to east coast this is a ride you’ll never forget. We’ll follow one very long road that runs through the northern mountain range hugging the coast line for the first 70km with breathtaking views and little villages to enjoy along the route. It’s undulating and it’s challenging but it’s an amazing experience and a fabulous story to take home. We’ll stop for lunch in the famous town of Soller before we begin the second part of the ride which goes over the Coll de Soller before a fast descent all the way back to the east coast for a celebratory drink and a well-earned dinner.