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Cycling holidays made easy - Sportive Breaks takes you to the best climbs, routes and sportives in Europe without the hassle. Join our team of expert guides, mechanics and local hosts and discover some of the best riding on the planet!
Our packages include return airport transfers, half board accommodation, guided warm up rides & sportive entry. 3 to 7 night trips available.
Back for it's 11th edition, the Mallorca 312 returns in 2020. This event is now one of the biggest sportives of the year with over 8,000 riders from all over the world taking on the beautiful closed roads of Mallorca.
The 167km route is challenging but the climbs are all steady and there should be groups to ride in on the flats so this is suitable for most sportive riders. The 225km route adds a stunning loop by the coast and we highly recommend adding the 60km if you can. The full 312km is a proper endurance challenge and hugely popular.
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Wednesday 22nd April
Join us at 10am for a ride to Sa Calobra taking in the first 50km of the 312. This is our most challenging warm up ride. Alternatively, there is the best market on the island in Sineu, well worth a visit.
Thursday 23rd April
Entries will be delivered to your hotel today. Join is for a more gentle warm up ride in the middle of the island down to Puig Randa.
Friday 24th April
Join us for a short coffee spin today to keep the legs moving before the big ride.
Saturday 25th April
The big one: Mallorca 312 2020! Get in the start pens between 6am and 7am for a 7am start. Finishers come in any time from 1pm for quick 167km riders to after 9pm.
Sunday 26th April
Join us at 10am for a leisurely cool down ride to the lighthouse and share war stories from yesterday. Followed by brunch on the beach.
You have three choices for Mallorca 312 - the full route with 4,547 metres of elevation which has a loop out and back to Playa de Muro taking in most of the main climbs in the Tramuntana mountains and then an 80km lumpy loop to Arte and back.
The 232km route is just the first loop and packs in a not insignificant 3,813 metres of climbing.
The shortest route is 167km which breaks off from the other routes after 90km. Unlike most sportives, you have the choice of which route to take as you ride so if you were planning the 232 but your legs are feeling great you can do the 312.
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