Close

TV

There will be daily highlights on Eurosport.

Close

Timetable

Finish times are quite different for each race: Thursday and Saturday’s trophies will end after 4pm CEST; Friday’s race will be over at 3.30pm; and Sunday’s sprinters event will come to its end around 2.15pm.

Close

Social Media

The race’s official Twitter account is @ChallengeMca.

Stages

Analysis

01
Trofeo Calvià (168.5km)
13 May
  1. 01 Ryan Gibbons UAE Team Emirates 4h21'04"
  2. 02 Anthony Delaplace Arkéa Samsic "
  3. 03 Rune Herregodts Sport Vlaanderen +41"
  4. 46 Juan Diego Alba Movistar Team +3'33"
  5. 56 Lluís Mas Movistar Team +12'10"
  6. 73 Juri Hollmann Movistar Team +15'17"
  7. 74 Abner González Movistar Team "
  8. —  Mathias Norsgaard Movistar Team DNF
  9. —  Gabriel Cullaigh Movistar Team DNF
  10. —  Gonzalo Serrano Movistar Team DNF
02
Trofeo Serra de Tramuntana (158.6km)
14 May
  1. 01 Jesús Herrada Cofidis 3h52'21"
  2. 02 Jonathan Lastra Caja Rural "
  3. 03 Héctor Carretero Movistar Team +11"
  4. 08 Gonzalo Serrano Movistar Team +20"
  5. 36 Miguel Ángel López Movistar Team +39"
  6. 86 Juan Diego Alba Movistar Team +6'06"
  7. 93 Lluís Mas Movistar Team "
  8. 124 Mathias Norsgaard Movistar Team +14'25"
  9. 126 Sebastián Mora Movistar Team "
03
Trofeo Port d'Andratx - Mirador d'Es Colomer (161.3km)
15 May
  1. 01 Winner Anacona Arkéa Samsic 4h04'30"
  2. 02 Vegard Stake Laengen UAE Team Emirates +10"
  3. 03 Mikel Iturria Euskaltel – Euskadi +13"
  4. 19 Abner González Movistar Team +2'00"
  5. 56 Sebastián Mora Movistar Team +9'59"
  6. 73 Mathias Norsgaard Movistar Team +11'54"
  7. 89 Juan Diego Alba Movistar Team +15'26"
  8. 90 Lluís Mas Movistar Team "
  9. 94 Héctor Carretero Movistar Team +15'41"
  10. —  Miguel Ángel López Movistar Team DNF
04
Trofeo Alcudia (169.8km)
16 May
  1. 01 André Greipel Israel Start-Up Nation 3h50'24"
  2. 02 Alexander Kristoff UAE Team Emirates "
  3. 03 Christophe Noppe Arkéa Samsic "
  4. 05 Gabriel Cullaigh Movistar Team "
  5. 49 Gonzalo Serrano Movistar Team +16"
  6. 53 Juri Hollmann Movistar Team "
  7. 57 Juan Diego Alba Movistar Team "
  8. 91 Lluís Mas Movistar Team "
  9. 110 Mathias Norsgaard Movistar Team +56"
  10. 139 Sebastián Mora Movistar Team +2'20"

Analysis

The Mallorca Challenge celebrates its first 30 years of existence with two visible changes. The first one will be its dates, having to be postponed from a late January slot due to the pandemic. The second one: the city of Palma will not be visited by the peloton, though riders will be getting close on day one. What remains intact, in any case, is the race route, with short courses full of ascents where the climbers -other than on the final race (Sunday 16th), the Trofeo Alcudia, for sprinters– will have a big share of protagonism.

Six climbs will be tackled on the way from Peguera to Palmanova, Thursday 13th, at the Trofeo Calvià, with a series of short, non-categorized climbs in the finale making for a wide-open finish. Friday 14th will take the riders over an ‘easier’ Trofeo Serra de Tramuntana than in previous years, still climbing Femenies (Cat-2), Puig Major (Cat-2) and Bleda (Cat-3) near the end. Saturday 135h, in turn, will take the peloton back to the top of the Mirador d’Es Colomer in the Trofeo Andratx, with a tougher side of the Puig Major (Cat-1).

** As usual, we remind our not-so-expert fans that the Challenge is a series of four separate events (UCI 1.1), not a stagerace, which means that the startlist changes every day. We will inform you on the lineup for every trophy at our Twitter profile and the news articles on our website.