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6Points - Mallorca

May 19 - May 21 2023
Mallorca, Spain
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Distances: 420 kms, 300 kms
Difficulty: Extreme terrain with frequent steep hills and long sustained climb
Limited to: Only 75 riders Participants

What is 6Points?  

Challenging but fun cycle rides to the 6 extremities of the chosen event location (in this case, Mallorca) - the four compass extremities (north, south, west and east) and to the highest and lowest points on tarred roads.  All of the events are multi-day and riders stay in nice hotels, enjoy coffee, lunch stops and great dinners together.  

The events are tough but are not races and the emphasis is on enjoyment, camaraderie and building long term friendships.

History   

6Points Cycling Challenge around Mallorca was conceived in 2016 as a single person charitable ride around Mallorca.  The idea evolved and grew and the inaugural event was held in May 2017 with 6 riders completing the whole route. 2018 was a huge success, with 4 times the number of riders participating, and 2019 was an even bigger success, with 43 cyclists completing it. 

6Points Cycling Challenges focuses on making the rider experience the top priority and our goal is to run the best multi-day bike rides on the planet, whilst raising money for charity.

Charity

6Points has also been highly successful in raising money for our selected charities.  In three years, we have raised over €85,000 for charities for children and disabled young people. We have supported Allen Graham 4 Kids, Rana Foundation, Asdica and Prodis. 

Rides

6Points Mallorca is our flagship event and is enjoyed in May of every year.  The event has been supported from the outset by the Ajuntament de Calvia and they have committed to continuing to work with us.  We have run 3 editions of 6Points Mallorca so far, it covers 420 kilometres and climbs over 7500 metres.   

6Points Ibiza and Formentera is the natural follow-on to the success of 6Points Mallorca and is a fantastic ride around these two iconic islands.

In 2021, we will be introducing 6Points Menorca. This will be ridden on 1, 2 and 3 October 2021.

6Points Cycling Challenges

 
Start Located At: Santa Ponsa, Calvia, Mallorca, Spain
 
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Day 1 (20 May 2021) - Welcome supper and briefing

Stage 1 (21 May 2021) - 155 kms with 3501 metres of climbing:

08:00 - Start at Calo d'en Pellicer, the small beach in Santa Ponsa, Calvia. Here is a Google maps link: hTps://goo.gl/ maps/tCVPz6ZoL4D2. Up the Tramuntana, lunch in Deia, up Puig Major and on to Puerto de Pollensa.

19:30 - Dinner at the iconic Tolo's Cycling Restaurant, Puerto de Pollensa.

Stage 2 (22 May 2021) - 114 kms with 2109 metres of climbing:

08:00 - Start at Tolo’s Restaurant, Puerto de Pollensa.  Ride beautiful Cap Formentor, on to Cala Ratjada and then to Cala Millor.

19:30 - Dinner

Stage 3 (23 May 2020) - 155 kms with 1367 metres of climbing:

07:30 - Start at Hotel Sentdo Castell de Mar, Cala Millor to Cap de Salines, Palma, Santa Ponsa.

16:00 - Finish at Santa Ponsa, dip the bikes in the sea and swim - drinks and BBQ at the water's edge.

 

Registration Fees

Registration fee is €100 and our riders are expected to raise a significant sum in addition for our Charities.

Included

Jersey, goody bag, all organisation and support.

Packet Pickups

On Thursday 20 May 2021 at the Welcome Supper.

Prize / Race Categories

Medal of achievement.

 
Facilities
Adequate Car Parking
Free Parking
Changing Rooms
Registration On the Day
 
Support for Participants
Route Card
First Aid
Emergency Contact No
SAG Wagon
Escort / Police Escort
Roving Mechanical Support
Mechanical Support at Rest Stops
 
Community
Raffle
After Party
Fundraising
 
Features
Finishing Medals
Photos
Downloadable GPS files
Finish Line Chute
 
Nutrition
Feed / Aid Stations
Pre Event Meal(s) Provided As Part of Entry
Post Event Meal(s) Provided As Part of Entry
 
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