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You’ll experience the best of this beautiful Balearic island, from the white-sand beaches to the iconic Sa Calobra climb and the Cap de Formentor Lighthouse.
The cycling on this adventure is nature’s equivalent of a roller coaster ride. Twisting roads, daunting climbs and breath-taking descents to the beach.
Renowned for its crystal-clear waters, dramatic cliffs and swooping valleys, you’ll experience panoramas befitting of paradise. But don’t be fooled: this is much more than a jolly.
Taking in as much of Mallorca as possible, you will pedal a whopping 290km through hilly Heaven and work up an incredible sweat that’s way more from the cycling than the sun.
You will have the chance to ride the Puig de Randa, before taking on the stunning Sa Calobra, a world-famous snaking climb through the Tramuntana mountain range. You dust off your challenge with a pedal to Mallorca's mountaintop lighthouse.
With all the endorphins from the cycling and the adrenaline you’ll get from the challenge, it’s clear why Mallorca is on every cyclist’s bucket list. It could be the best ride of your life.
As if your trip couldn't get any better, it will end with a spectacular celebration at a restaurant frequented by celebrity cyclists, such as Bradley Wiggins.
Cycle Mallorca 2021 is an Open Challenge – this means you have the option to self fund your participation and there is no minimum fundraising requirement.
Or commit to a minimum sponsorship target instead and fundraise for Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust.
Places are likely to go faster than ice cream at the seaside for this challenge, so please register soon to avoid disappointment.
As we hope you know, the health and safety of our participants is always - and has always been - our highest priority.
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