Excited to improve your cycling endurance? Then, look no further! Join us on a pre-season cycling camp to visit two of the best destinations. Get ready for intense training sessions as you will be covering a total distance of 109 km (68 mi) and ascending 3050 m (10,000 ft). The breathtaking scenery of Mallorca and Gran Canaria will make the hard work worth it and ease your pain. Earn 750 coins once completed in Time Trial or Race mode.

Cap de Formentor | Mallorca

Cap de Formentor, an iconic landmark, is located on the most northerly point of Mallorca, forming part of the biggest islands off the Spanish mainland. At the end of this rugged limestone outcrop protruding into the sea stands a lighthouse at 210m that lights the way for boats sailing off Mallorcan shores in the dark. This landmark is your destination that was once only accessible by sea or mule track. The road is undulating with hairpins, winding, fast downhills and gorgeous vistas.

Alcudia Sa Calobra | Mallorca

Ride from the coast on the Escorca route on a rolling terrain from Alcudia towards Sa Calobra, taking you up the twisting Colle dels Reis, a climb of 27km with two flat recovery sections and a sting in the tail. The scenery starts at the coast and heads inland. The views are beautiful, with rugged, arid cliffs interspersed with indigenous forests and foliage. These natural features make up the biodiversity of this unique landscape as you wind your way up the many narrow switchbacks.

Tauro Pass | Gran Canaria

Mogán lies in the southwestern part of the Spanish island of Gran Canaria, a paradise of vegetative and geological diversity. It is one of the three main islands making up the province of Las Palmas in the Canary Islands of Spain and is the starting point of a beautiful climb up the Tauro Pass, a 12km continuous climb in a unique and most beautiful setting.

San Bartolomé de Tirajana | Gran Canaria

The first few hundred metres ascend from Maspalomas to the Degollada de las Yeguas where the road becomes more narrow and twists as you descend to the small village of Arteara. Apart from one steep kilometre, the second section is relatively gradual, with steady gradients to the town of San Bartolomé. The scenery is unique throughout the climb, from the desert-like landscapes at the beginning to vistas of volcanic pine forests near the top.

Tasks & Rules

Ride and finish the selected routes in a Time Trial, Race, or Just Ride mode without lowering the "reality level.