Is your goal for 2018 to ride in an ultra cycling event?
Would you like to get extra miles into the legs, in a beautiful location with ambient weather?
Would you like to get expert advise on training, nutrition, mental toughness and logistics?
Whether you are riding the event as a solo competitor or part of a team, then we have the perfect camp for you.
Solo: We cater for Solo riders who take part in fully supported events like Race Around Ireland and Race Across America, or even in an unsupported event like the Trans Am or the TCR?
Teams: We cater for teams in ultra cycling events such as Race Around Ireland, Race Across America and 24 hour events such as Revolve24 at Brands Hatch.
Crew: We also cater for crews
Thursday 26th April 2018 - Thursday 3rd May 2018 7 Nights - Cost €670
Thursday 26th April 2018 - Sunday 6th May 2018 10 Nights - Cost €899
If you wish to join us on the Mallorca 312 (28th April 2018) join up now on their website, it is selling out fast. Click here for registration information
Training The emphasis on this training camp is ultra cycling, and riding in Mallorca on the most iconic routes such as the Mallorca 312km, Sa Colobra, Puig Major, the Orient is the best place to do it. You will also be riding during both day and night, with support. Solo riders will cover distances of up to 300km while team racers will have shorter rides with emphasis on repeated efforts.
Want to bring a crew member? A camp for all, not just riders. Crew members are an important part of ultra cycling events and we have created this camp to help prepare them for racing too. Crew members can take part in training sessions either in support of the riders or if they are cyclists they can also ride out on training sessions.
Not Just About Training ... it is also about Knowledge
We will share our knowledge and give you all the tips and tricks we’ve learned over the many years from experience of taking part in, organising and talking to some of the best ultracyclists in the world. Workshops On this camp we will present workshops on topics that will not just help you prepare physically and mentally for your event, but will also cover the logistics needed to succeed in any ultra cycling event . These workshops will cover everything you will need for finishing in the best time possible.
Why Mallorca? Mallorca has become one of the most popular cycling desinations in the world. Thousands of cyclists of all abilities come to the island every year. It is one of the few places where you can share the road with pro riders and grand tour winners. Here you can tackle the same climbs, cycle the same routes and perhaps see how you can match up to their times! Despite its small size there are many opportunities for climbing and more scenic coastal riding. The scenery is outstanding. The beaches are magnificiant.
The Climate The climate in Mallorca is typically Mediterranean, with warm average temperatures and seasonal rainfalls. In March and April are temperatures are mild, perfect for early season training! The Food It would not be exaggerating to say that Mallorca’s cuisine is one of the most spectacular in the Mediterranean. Our location right on the Mediterranean Sea makes it impossible to forget our gastronomic heritage
About our Hotel
We will be staying at the Duva Apartment Hotel, which is situated in Puerto Pollensa. It is located between the Tramuntana Mountains and the sea, near some of the best cycle routes on the island. It is within walking distance to the town centre and beach. The hotel facilities include the high end cycling facilities of a pro cycle hotel, with an indoor heated pool, spa, gym, bike garage and lock up, indoor cycling, cycle shop and workshop.
What does the package inlude?
Whats not included in your package
Alan Heary has a degree in sports science, is a coaching tutor with Cycling Ireland and specialises in mental toughness training for some of the worlds top athletes. He is also the founder of Race Around Ireland and has been crew chief for solo riders and teams in RAAM. He has competed in RAAM as part of a self supported 8 person team and has raced in the team 24 hour races at RadAmRing and Revolve24 Brands Hatch.
Brian Welsh is an endurance veteran having finished Trans Am 2017, TCR 2013, PBP 2007, Australia 2001, and part of a winning team in RAAM in 2004, 2006, 2008. He has also competed in RAAM as a solo rider. He is a British Triathlon Association Level 3 Coach & tutored for them whilst living in England from 2002 – 2006, he is an accomplished experienced short and long distance athlete in Triathlon and Cycling.