• 🚴‍♂️🌞 Cycle tourism: Bikes and Smiles under the sun! 🌄

    Tags: Mallorca

    The cycling season is an exciting roller coaster of experiences, and among all the options available, cycle tours shine like a gem for bicycle lovers. 🚴‍♀️💕


    In our corner of the world, we have had the honor of hosting the iconic Marxa de Llevant for years . This journey takes us along little-explored roads, located in the hidden corners of the island's map. Mallorca pampers us with its diversity of landscapes, and in the charming regions of Levante, we are true experts in this. Cycle tourism is a sublime and complete adventure for any two-wheeled enthusiast. And that is precisely what we aim for when organizing the spectacular cycle tour that marks the start of the season! 🌍🌞


    At this point in the calendar, we only have two must-see events left on our radar. The first is our trip to the stunning island of Ibiza. The pitiusa cycle is a gift specially designed for competition addicts. The topography of the island contributes to this exciting challenge. All types of cyclists are welcome , but with years of experience, every day hides a surprise for the bravest. 🏞️🚴‍♂️

  • Goodbye to Guillermo Timoner, the pioneer of Spanish cycling 🚴‍♂️✨

    Tags: Cycling, Mallorca
    Cycling is much more than just pedaling.

    It is passion, effort, dedication and, above all, legacy. And today we want to talk about a legacy that resonates in every corner of Spain, about that legacy that Guillermo Timoner left us.

    A Mallorcan who not only pedaled along paths and tracks but also through the hearts of all of us. At 97 years old, we have said goodbye to a true legend of Spanish cycling, a pioneer, a benchmark: Guillermo Timoner. His departure leaves us with an immense void, but also the satisfaction of having been contemporaries of his greatness.

    🌟 If we talk about achievements, wow he had them! 🏆

    Six world titles on track (middle distance) between 1955 and 1965 . But beyond the trophies and medals, Timoner became the symbol of perseverance and love for this sport. And, of course, he always wore the emblematic rainbow jersey with great pride, being the first from our country to do so. He began his love affair with cycling in 1945, winning his first national championship. From that moment on, his rise was meteoric, leaving an indelible mark on the national sport.