October 2nd/3rd/4th 2020 is only 6 months away! We have postponed from May, for obvious reasons, until the autumn, when the weather in Mallorca is also at its best for cycling.
What a way to enjoy 3 days of fantastic riding in the sun, and see whole perimeter of the beautiful island of Mallorca.
We will go to some great restaurants and hotels (Senses Hotels are our Title sponsor) and you will also enjoy the signature camaraderie of all 6Points events.
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You can enjoy this 6Points weekend on Mallorca on 2nd/3rd/4th October 2020 as part of a whole week of cycling (as I will again!) doing some of the other climbs mentioned and shown in my blog such as Sobremunt (the hardest climb in Mallorca), Port Valdemossa, Port Canonge, Col de Soller, Orient, Col de sa Bataia and/or many others.
Route options for the weekend will also allow riders in some groups to vary/extend the course, if you feel up to it, to include Sa Calobra on Day 1, and the climbs at Galilea and Es Grau on Day 3 as we return to Santa Ponsa.
You can fly out to Mallorca on the Tuesday before, and return on Tuesday evening the following week by EasyJet, once flights resume.
You will ride the Big Daddy Ma10 across northern Mallorca (100+ miles) on Friday 15th; 115kms on Saturday 16th May from Port Pollensa (via Cap Formentor) to Sa Coma; and from there back to Santa Ponsa (100 miles again) on Sunday 17th, with two wonderful hotel nights and dinners during the ride.
We top and tail the weekend with optional nights at Senses Santa Ponça on the nights of Thursday 1st October and Sunday 4th October, where we will have our rider briefing launch dinner on Thursday 1st October, and our end of event celebration dinner on Sunday 4th October.
On the ride itself, Friday dinner will be at Tolo’s in Port Pollensa, with our overnight stay at the Pollensa Park Hotel, and Saturday night will be dinner and overnight at Hipotels Mediterráneo Hotel in Sa Coma.
On Thursday evening before the ride, the rider briefing and dinner is at at Santa Ponça Senses Hotel (at the starting location by the Caló d’en Pellicer beach). On Sunday night, our 3 day ride finishes at the same place, and we celebrate our 6Points ride with presentations and barbecue, again at the Santa Ponça Senses Hotel. We can book those (and other) nights there for you if you wish.
Anyone who wants to take my own approach of going for the week, Tuesday to Tuesday to Mallorca, is welcome to let me know, and keep me company, either side of the 440kms weekend (with the odd 7500m of climbing!)
You can’t have missed that I did the Mallorca 6Points in May 2019, and it was a brilliantly organised event; more riders (up from 50 to around 75) will be coming next time, for the 2020 edition, and subject to demand there might even be a partners’ programme to allow families to enjoy the sights.
The Senses 6Points Mallorca in October 2020 offers wonderful riding at a perfect time of the year: beautiful autumn cycling weather in the Balearics; very easy travel to and from this popular cycling destination; and very cycling friendly roads, cafés and people.