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. We start in the front pen and after a neutral section, our excellent super domestiques help pace you on the first couple of climbs. You can choose to race the 167km or 225km with support for the first half of the race or the full 312 riding with our domestiques all day.
We have multiple team feed stops around the course so you don't need to wait in the crowded official feed stations or have to carry too much with you. Over the weekend we ride some of the route and Bryan & Taylor will run through a race briefing to help with strategy and coaching points for the ride. Most of the climbs are front loaded but the second half of the ride can be the toughest riding into headwinds on narrow tracks. At the finish we celebrate with a few beers together before heading home on the Sunday.
Quickly becoming one of the classic European sportives. Join thousands over riders over closed roads taking in some of the most beautiful roads and toughest climbs on the island. We offer the 167, 225 or 312km as a race starting in the front pen.
Day One WednesdayArrival Day
Day Two ThursdayRoute Recon
Day Three FridayPetra Coffee Spin
Day Four Saturday312 Day
Day Five SundayDeparture Day
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.
From Playa de Muro to Playa de Muro
Getting to Mallorca 312
Fly into Palma on Wednesday and depart on Sunday. If you can't find flights that match please get in touch.
Our transfers depart from Palma airport at 2.15pm on Wednesday. Please arrange a flight to arrive at least 30 minutes before hand - the transfer time is approx 1hr.
On Sunday we leave the hotel at 8.30am getting back to Palma at 9.30am, please book flights that depart after 11.30am. All transfers are for you & your bike box.
Set just up the road from the race village & start / finish line, our base for the 312 is the Iberostar Alcudia Park. Renovated recently, this is a comfy 4* hotel with good facilities.
Iberostar Alcudia Park
Av. de s'Albufera, 30, 07458 Playa de, Illes Balears, Spain
- 250m from 312 start & finish
- Set on the best beach in Mallorca
- Good gym & spa
Our team base for the 312 is just up the road from the start & finish line. The Iberostar Alcudia Park is a large hotel set on the beach. Recently renovated, the facilities are excellent with several pools, a good gym and spa area. The food is big buffets for breakfast & dinner with all dietary requirements catered for.
Super Domestique: Taylor Gunman
Head Mechanic: Chris da Costa
Super Domestique: Tobyn Horton
Directeur Sportif: Bryan Steel
22nd to 26th April 4 nights in 4* Iberostar Alcudia Park Single Room - Half Board Entry to Mallorca 312 Return Transfer from Palma
22nd to 26th April 4 nights in 4* Iberostar Alcudia Park Twin Room - Half Board 2 x Entry to Mallorca 312 Return Transfer from Palma