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David de Jehan
25
Jul

Thank you to the guys at Cyclist and BikesEtc.

The guys at Cyclist and BikesEtc. have been amazing. They managed to capture exactly what we offer our guests. We are very grateful to them for their help, support and encouragement. Great Magazines! Follow the link below to their “In-depth Articles” review: Cyclist Magazine
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10
May

Ironman Mallorca 70.3 2016 Edition

An amazing performance in torrid conditions Well done Tom! Despite torrential rain, a very choppy sea and skittish riding conditions, Tom battled on to successfully complete the 2016 Edition of the Mallorca Ironman 70.3 on Saturday in an excellent time. True grit! Friday was a great day on the bike (80 odd km) out to...
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29
May

Hidden Gems – Sublime artistry in bronze and cuisine

Tribute to a proud Cyclist and Talented Culinary Team. As you cross the Faixina bridge in Palma over the La Riera river you might just miss Aligi Sassu’s sculpture of “The Cyclist”. The seven foot tall bronze was acquired by the city in 1999 and portrays a proud athelete with his machine, looking towards the...
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21
Apr

Moorish Castles, slow roast lamb and a wine fest

Walk to Alaró castle and roast lamb lunch at Es Verger followed by wine tasting at Macia Batle. The Moors swept through Mallorca in 903, and stayed until they were expelled by a resurgent nationalistic shock-wave spearheaded by King James I of Aragon in 1229. The name Alaró has its origins in the Muslim farmhouse...
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20
Apr

Time Triallists, Famous Bikes and Pescado

As we look out over the gentle curve of the Bay of Pollensa, the sea is flat, calm. There isn’t a whisper of wind. Our view is interrupted momentarily by the flash of spinning spokes as time-triallists wizz along the smooth tarmac, the gentle clacking from their aerobikes the only sound. We are 2km away...
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28
Mar

A great recommendation from the oldest wine Bodega on the Island

Tuesday morning and the grey skies of Yorkshire feel like a distant memory as the cloudless azure skies of Mallorca welcome us to their colourful spring. A little jet-lagged after a late flight last night, we set off vaguely in the direction of lunch. On the way we take a diversion to Ribas, one of...
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25
Mar

Reflections of not being members of the National Cycling Team

It is a sunny Tuesday afternoon in Pollensa when members of the national team make their way past us on their white Pinarello bikes in their smart blue red and white team colours. They were in Pollensa as part of what looked to be an early season training camp; it was great to see so...
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