Mallorca will once again host the International Masters Cycling Week

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The International Masters Cycling Week, which celebrates its twenty-fifth edition with the participation of numerous local, national, and most importantly, international riders who choose the island to train and take part in a fixed event already on the schedule, will once again take place in Mallorca from October 11 to October 16 this fall. Around 300 cyclists from all classifications will make up the huge peloton for this year’s race, including cyclists from the American continent like Colombians lvaro Meja (fourth in the 1993 Tour and the 1991 World Championship) and Rber Albeiro, stage winners in the Vuelta a Colombia.

The schedule for this International Week consists of two races. One, the XXV Challenge Vuelta a Mallorca, which gets underway this Tuesday in Llucmajor, and two, the XXVIII European Masters Cup, which bids farewell to the Week in Alcudia the following Sunday. The primary innovation of this year’s edition is that there will be four stages instead of three, and the Challenge will last one extra day than in previous years.

This Tuesday, October 11, the Challenge Vuelta a Mallorca gets underway with a first stage that centers around the Avenida Europa de s’Arenal de Llucmajor. The races will begin at 10:05 (Masters 50-60, over 72.7 kilometers) and 12:20 (other distances) (Masters 30 and 40, with 91.2 kilometers). A fantastic time trial to Castell de Santueri, in Felanitx, will take place on Wednesday, June 12th. The time trial is set to begin at 9:30 am, with the 50th and 60th place finishers going off first.

With the trophy sponsored by Pro Cycle Hire and Pro Cycle Café, Port de Pollença returns to the Challenge Vuelta a Mallorca schedule and the International Week on Thursday, 13. The 83.3-kilometer Masters 50 and 60 race will begin at 9 a.m., while the 103.4-kilometer Masters 30 and 40 race will begin at 11:25 a.m. The fourth and final stage of the Tour will take place on Friday, 14 with starts at 9 am (Masters 50 and 60, 69.4 kilometers) and 11:10 am (Masters 50 and 60, 69.4 kilometers) in the same town of Port de Pollença (30 and 40, 106.8 kilometers). The XXV Challenge Vuelta a Mallorca for Masters lunch and conclusion will be held at the Euphoria Restaurant at 2:30 p.m.

Avenida Prnceps d’Espanya will serve as the starting and finishing point for the XXVIII European Masters Cup dispute on Sunday, 16; timetables range from 9:15 am for the Masters 50, 55, 60, and 65 (70’5 kilometers) to 11:15 am for the Masters 30, 35, 40, and 45 (105’5 kilometers). An awards ceremony will take place on the final day of the International Masters Cycling Week, which was organized by Unisport Consulting with funding provided primarily by the Fundació Mallorca Turisme of the Consell and the town councils of Llucmajor, Felanitx, Pollença, and Alcdia. Other sponsors for the various stages and trophies included Pro Cycle Hire, Pro Cycle Café, and Tolo’s Restaurant.

If you wish to visit Mallorca at this amazing time, we would be more than happy to help you in any way we can. Come and cycle further and faster and become a better cyclist in Mallorca. You can count on the helpful staff at Emilios Cycling Mallorca to help you get the most out of your time If you’re planning to visit Mallorca in September. Whether you’re traveling alone, with a partner, or with your family, you can get customized services and solutions to help you get the most out of your time at Europe’s best place for cycling.

There are over 100 carbon road bikes, trekking bikes, mountain bikes (including e-bikes), and sporty tandems to choose from. We always make time for our customers because they come first! We collaborate to ensure that you have the proper bike for your requirements, and we’ll gladly recommend some of the most popular routes in the area to get you started. gives you access to a well-equipped professional workshop as well as the top employees in the industry that really care about their work.

A whole new world of adventure and enjoyment has been opened up by Mallorca’s cycling community and the island itself! In which case, what are you waffling on about? You’ll have such wonderful time if you visit Mallorca. Cycling through the picturesque towns and villages teeming with old olive and pine trees is a genuine treat. Our goal at Emilios Cycling Mallorca is to help you get away from the everyday grind and enjoy life to the fullest.

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