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Bike experience Mallorca

Bike experience Mallorca

This cycle hire business offer an extensive range of bikes delivered directly to your accommodation whilst you are on holiday in Mallorca. Low cost delivery (and collection) service to all the island. First class brands (Cervélo, Giant and Trek). On-line booking with complete bicycle set-up and stock control. (UK braking front brake right side available)...
FINCA S'ALMUDAINA

FINCA S’ALMUDAINA

Finca S’Almudaina is situated between the beautiful rolling countryside in the middle of the island of Mallorca. Here you will find unspoiled nature, close to Randa, long distance roads, many traditional old Spanish villages 5 minutes away and the famous Wednesday market in Sineu 10 minutes away. Come here to relax, enjoy nature, have a...
Mallorca Cycling Hotels

Mallorca Cycling Hotels

Need a Hotel in Mallorca? Need a Hotel that is cycling friendly? We may just have what you are looking for! We have combed the internet to give you details of hotels that provide for every cyclists needs. All the hotels have excellent facilities including secure storage rooms, cleaning and maintenance facilities. Furthermore, from our...
Exciting times ahead for Mallorca Cycling

Exciting times ahead for Mallorca Cycling

Hi all, My name is Adam and I’m the new owner and Managing Director of Mallorca Cycling! As a passionate cyclist and a regular visitor to Mallorca over the last ten years I have great knowledge of the Island and of the cycling industry. Mallorca Cycling is and will continue to be the number one...
Best places to stay for serious climbers

Best places to stay for serious climbers

The beauty of cycling in Mallorca is the sheer variety of terrain. From easy flat rides through the orange groves to big days in the mountains. Serious climbers should head straight to the Serra de Tramuntana range in the North and West of the Island, but where is the best place to base yourself? Soller...
Getting around Mallorca with your bicycle

Getting around Mallorca with your bicycle

Mallorca is covered in cycle routes and quiet country lanes. However no matter where you stay some parts of the island might be a bit too far away to access by bicycle alone. In order to ride as much of the beautiful Mallorquin terrain as possible you might want to think of way of getting...
Where to stay guide now online

Where to stay guide now online

Want to know which is the best part of Mallorca for cycling? We’ve put together a guide to show which parts of the island are best for cycling. You can also see the key towns, local climbs and routes that pass through the area.   View the guide now >>      
Pro cycling teams in Mallorca

Pro cycling teams in Mallorca

Bradley Wiggins, winner of the 2012 Tour de France, once described the roads of Mallorca as a “Scalextric set for cyclists”. Wiggins is known for his love of training in Mallorca and you can often spot him and other Team Sky riders training on the climbs between November and May. Many other pro-teams have held training...
Airlines that carry bikes free to Mallorca

Airlines that carry bikes free to Mallorca

With airlines inventing ever new ways to charge for baggage taking your bike to Mallorca can be an expensive business. However some airlines (mostly legacy carriers) will still take your bike for free if it falls within your normal baggage allowance. Airlines that will carry your bike as part of your free allowance British Airways...
BikeBoxCompany PROBOX Review

BikeBoxCompany PROBOX Review

Price: £299 (€358, $475)                  Company: TheBikeBoxCompany                    Weight: 9.2kg The PROBOX is a plastic moulded hard bicycle travel case. It is closed via a zip and has a TSA approved combination lock. At 9.2kg the PROBOX is lighter than many...
Bicycles on easyjet in peak season

Bicycles on easyjet in peak season

On a recent visit to Mallorca with easyjet some of our bikes didn’t make it to Palma airport, and we weren’t the only ones. About 8 bikes came off our flight whilst the bikes of a further 15 cyclists were left in London. Cue angry cyclists, the bicycles finally made it out to Palma 24hrs...