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Mallorca 2017

Event title: Mallorca 2017
Event date/s: 11th – 15th October 2017
Event location: Mallorca, Spain
Event organiser: Passion in Events Ltd
Your relationship: Event organiser
Cost of entry: £1350
Event link: http://www.pieevents.co.uk

Indulge yourself in a 4 day fully supported point to point ride across the cycling Mecca of Mallorca. In small guided groups explore different areas of the island fully supported with luggage transfers in our vehicles, mechanics, food, and accommodation plus specialist cycling tutorials in the evenings.

In Brief
• October 11th – 15th 2017
• Choice of 3 daily routes
• 3.5 days guided cycling
• 292km or 361km or 426km
• 4535m or 6836m or 7581m
• Fully supported ride
• Specialist tutorials
• All-inclusive so all you have to do is pedal
• Costs £1350 (plus single room supplement £250)

Includes:
£1350 – Per person. Includes:
• Dedicated event manager in charge
• Guides at a ratio of 10 cyclists : 1 guide
• All food for the 3.5 days cycling including breakfast, lunch and dinner, 2 daily snack stops (AM and PM), and post ride snacks
• Return group transfer airport to hotel
• 2 evening tutorials on specialist subjects
• Accommodation in twin rooms x 4 nights
• Support vehicles during the event
• Bikes taken to / from Mallorca
• Luggage labels
• Pre-event bookings and logistics support if you book as a group – fully insured operator, contracts, online registration and payment, kit lists, pre-event briefing sessions

NOT Included:
• Personal travel and bike insurance
• Single supplement costs
• Drinks with meals
• Flights to and from Mallorca

Looking After You:
The event is fully supported with guides at a ratio of one guide to 10 cyclists, support vehicles, tour leaders/drivers. Each day you will receive breakfast at the hotel before setting off, morning and afternoon refreshment stops while on the ride, a substantial lunch plus dinner and twin room accommodation each night.

A full itinerary can be found on the pie website via this link.

Telephone: 01932 460090
Email: [email protected]

Posts

  • Most expensive Majorca trip in history int it? You've got to admit you're taking the piss!!
  • FlâneurFlâneur Posts: 3,027
    Over double the norm?
    Stevo 666 wrote: Come on you Scousers! 20/12/2014
    Crudder
    CX
    Toy
  • mrb123mrb123 Posts: 2,848
    Most expensive Majorca trip in history int it? You've got to admit you're taking the wee-wee!!

    Not true. David Millar was charging £3.5K for his!
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/luxury/trave ... xperience/
  • mrb123 wrote:
    Most expensive Majorca trip in history int it? You've got to admit you're taking the wee-wee!!

    Not true. David Millar was charging £3.5K for his!
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/luxury/trave ... xperience/

    I don't think anyone went to the miller jerk-athon.

    It's almost reaching peak-p1ss take at the moment. Ask any newby cyclist where to go to train and they will say Majorca yet in reality only 2 out of 18 pro tour teams use it!
  • bianchimoonbianchimoon Posts: 3,942
    shirley - the original post should be on a dentists forum website?
    All lies and jest..still a man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest....
  • shirley - the original post should be on a dentists forum website?

    :lol:

    Or a dialysis forum
  • If you find that shocking, check out Trek Travel's prices, catering for rich Americans that know no better.

    You can hit 5000 Euros a week quite easily. And that's plus 15% tip......and they're usually well subscribed...
  • If you find that shocking, check out Trek Travel's prices, catering for rich Americans that know no better.

    You can hit 5000 Euros a week quite easily. And that's plus 15% tip......and they're usually well subscribed...

    I think some of these new lot see that coin that people like Trek Travel get and just try to copy them. Stick a numpty in an estate car and tell people it's a 'pro' trip and stick a zero on the cost.

    Madness.
  • 4kicks4kicks Posts: 549
    I'm supposed to be supportive of these kind of things as it probably helps the tourist business, and like many things there are the good, bad and ugly of tour operators. I think asking about legal coverage in the event of an accident is a good starting point... when your "guiri" gets cleaned up by a car I know for a fact the Guardia civil starts to ask some interesting questions.
    Fitter....healthier....more productive.....
  • galatzogalatzo Posts: 1,295
    And the name ?
    Pie events :lol:
    Sounds like a competitive eating website :lol:
    25th August 2013 12hrs 37mins 52.3 seconds 238km 5500mtrs FYRM Never again.
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