From 2 -to 9 December 2023 (Saturday to Saturday)
Mallorca Cycling Camp

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Train, eat, and rest like a Pro!

Have you ever dreamt of being a pro cyclist? To be part of a cycling team? To train, eat and rest like them, in Mallorca, where all pro teams come for training? This is what you'll experience with the Sa Calobra Cycling Club : the best training camp in Spain for recreational cyclists!

8 days, 7 nights
7 - 19°C
500 - 550km
8500 - 9000m

What's included

Almost everything except the flights! If you have any questions, please send us a message.

Your stay

  1. Villa with pool
  2. 7-nights’ accommodation
  3. All inclusive basis (drinks included)
  4. Private chef
  5. Transfers from/to Palma Airport
  6. Tourism taxes

On the bike

  1. 6 team rides
  2. FTP Test (optional) The FTP Test is free but not mandatory. It just gives us a better idea of how to coach you during the camp. But if you don't want to do it, you don't have to!
  3. Support vehicle
  4. Safety briefing
  5. Daily bike maintenance
  6. Ride analysis & coaching workshops

Supplied

  1. Carbon bike hire
  2. Stages powermeter
  3. Bike computer & HR monitor
  4. Gobik cycling kit
  5. Abus AirBreaker helmet
  6. Chamois cream & sun protection

And more

  1. 6 massages
  2. Compression boots & Compex system
  3. Pre-camp Training Plan
  4. Riders Roadbook
  5. Sports nutrition
  6. Photos & Videos

Schedule

Depending on weather conditions, ability of the group, and level of fatigue, the following plans are subject to change. This is a bespoke training camp, so we adapt everyday, like a pro team!

Saturday

Day 1

After picking you up at the airport, we will drive you to our base camp, where you will meet your new teammates, the staff, and have your first dinner as a team. A photoshoot session will follow dinner, to take pictures of all the riders with the SCCC jersey on, while bikes will be set up and adjusted to fit you as your own.

FTP Test
Sunday

Day 2

After having your first 100% homemade breakfast, receiving equipment, and getting briefed about the week to come, each rider will perform a ramp test on a trainer to measure his FTP. When all riders are done, we will head out for a 3-hour ride to be back on time for massages, workshop, etc.

Distance 71Km
elevation 852m
Monday

Day 3

Daily routine: breakfast, briefing, ride, lunch, recovery with compression boots and Compex, massage, workshop and dinner. It's time to live like a pro! Stay focused on your training and your recovery, we will take care of everything else, from cleaning bikes to washing kits. That’s the pro team experience!

Distance 94Km
elevation 1290m
Queen Stage
Tuesday

Day 4

We call it the Queen Stage! After driving with the bikes to Andraxt, we will follow the amazing coastal road. The last climb of the day will be very challenging with the Coll de Puig Major. 14km at 6% average. Probably the only hors-category climb in Europe without snow at the top at this period of the year!

Distance 110Km
elevation 2413m
Café ride
Wednesday

Day 5

After three long days on the saddle, a shorter coffee ride followed by the usual recovery process will help to eliminate toxins, so everyone can tackle the second part of the training camp with fresh legs and a boost of energy. To keep with that theme, the workshop on that day will be dedicated to recovery.

Distance 76Km
elevation 691m
Formentor
Thursday

Day 6

After an easy coffee “slash” recovery ride on Wednesday, it's time to attack the second part of this cycling holiday with one of our favorite rides, to the Cap de Formentor lighthouse, one of the icons of European cycling. Enjoy the views over the Mediterranean sea, this is spectaluar!

Distance 89Km
elevation 1517m
KOM Challenge
Friday

Day 7

This is the place you have all heard about... Sa Calobra! To boost your motivation and push you to climb Coll dels Reis - the official name of Sa Calobra - as fast as you can, we will organize an entertaining competition within the team : a Handicap Hill Climb Time Trial on Sa Calobra! Who's going to receive the Sa Calobra KOM Challenge award this week?

Distance 92Km
elevation 1992m
Saturday

Day 8

It's time to say goodbye see you soon! After collecting equipment, giving back your pedals and saddle, we will drive you to Palma airport to catch your flight. Hope you had a blast on and off the bike, made new friends, and will come back soon to the Sa Calobra Cycling Club!

Watch this

We’ve all seen those epic photos and videos of pro riders climbing with breathtaking mountain views. That's what you will get - free of charge - at the end of your training camp. Our team will capture all those moments for you with 4K cameras and very cinematic drone shots, edited with great soundtracks that will make all your friends jealous!

Prices

We have four registration phases: the Breakaway, the Peloton, the Gruppetto and the Broom Wagon. The earlier you book, the better price you get! You can find all the details below.

Phases Registration dates Price
BreakawayUntil 02 August 20231590€
Peloton03 August - 02 October 20231670€
Gruppetto03 October - 02 November 20231750€
Broom wagonFrom 03 November 20231830€
Registration will be closed at the latest on: 19 November 2023.

Frequently Asked Questions

What's the minimum level of fitness required to participate?

Our cycling holidays are for all types of riders. As long as you ride your bike regularly, about 3 days a week (at least 5 hours total), and are comfortable with rides of about 90km on hilly terrain, and up to 120km on a long day, you are good to go. It will be challeging, for sure, but that's why you are coming, don't you?

Will I be able to keep up with the team?

Answer is simple : YOU ARE THE TEAM! We will always adjust to your level so nobody will get left behind. Ever. We welcome riders with a wide range of experience and abilities. The only requirement is a strong passion for cycling and the drive to improve. Any concerns? Email us!

What's the average level of participants?

That's a tough question. We have been welcoming riders ranging from 2.3w/kg up to 5.5w/kg. We manage to all ride together, as a team. On the flat sections, strongest riders lead the group. While on hills, each rider will climb at his/her own pace, and we regroup at the top.

Am I too old for this?

There is no age to treat yourself and have fun! Our cycling trips are for everyone. To date, we have welcomed cyclists from 21 to 70 years old. Any concerns? Email us!

How many kilometers will we ride per day?

Here, we prefer to talk in hours instead. Rides last between 3 and 5 hours, with one coffee/recovery ride at the middle of the week. Do you think it’s too much for you? Don’t forget that with massages, nutrition, coaching and the fact that we take care of everything else, getting back on the bike each morning will be easier than what you have ever imagined!

How do I book?

To reserve your spot, please email us at hello@sacalobra.cc or call/text us at +33 688 699 160 (WhatsApp is ok). We will send you a registration form within one business day to complete your reservation and confirm bike hire size availability. Payment is required in two installments. A deposit of 150 euros is required at the time of booking to secure your place. The remaining balance is due 4 weeks prior to the event. If you are booking within 4 weeks of the event date, payment is required in full. Please see our Terms & Conditions for more information on how to book and our cancellation policy.

What if I have to cancel my trip?

Please review our Cancellation Policy for more details.

Is the kit included in the price of the camp?

Yes, the cycling kit (bib shorts, jersey, and socks) is included for this event (worth 190 euros)!

Can I come with my husband/wife who doesn't cycle?

Yes, there are options for non-riders on certain dates but we can not accommodate children. If you would like more information on this, please consult our non-riders package.

Where is the Villa located?

We use different villas depending on availability and number of participants. They are all situated in the same area, on the best part of the island: in the Serra de Tramuntana, in Pollença, or in the area around.

What meals are included?

Three meals a day are included: breakfast, lunch and dinner. On the first day, arrival day, only dinner is included. On the last day, the departure day, only breakfast is included.

What kit or accessories should I bring?

We provide the following items to each rider : bib shorts (bib tights in winter), short sleeved jersey (long sleeves in winter), socks and helmet. However, depending on the period you come to Mallorca, we recommend for you to bring some extra warm clothes like a rain jacket, arm warmers, or some winter clothes. Black items and accessories are prefered. For more information, consult our How to Pack page.
IMPORTANT: Bike, helmet, GPS, and heart rate monitor must be returned in good conditon at the end of the week, so please make sure to take care of it!

Can I bring my own bike?

Yes, you can. However, we recommend for you to ride on our full carbon bikes. Travelling with a bike is expensive and risky, bike can be lost, damaged or delayed. And don't worry about your riding position, our mechanic will reproduce the exact same settings you are used to at home (saddle height, angle, setback, etc), thanks to our Bikesettings.com tool.

Is there a discount for bringing my own bike?

Yes. A discount of 80 euros will be applied if you come with your own bike. However, we do not assume responsibility for the safety of or damage. You will also be responsible for any spare parts that may be used during the camp if you decide to come with your own bike.

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From 2 -to 9 December 2023 (Saturday to Saturday)
Mallorca Cycling Camp

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