Portrait ofEnric Mas
Place: Artà
Birth: 07/01/1995
Country: ESP
Height: 177 Cm
Weight: 61 Kg
Pro debut: 2016
Career path:

2017-2019: Deceuninck – Quick Step
2016: Klein Constantia


THE ROAD TOWARDS THE FUTURE. As its fifth decade of activity in cycling peloton dawns, the Movistar Team has put some of its hopes on the future of Enric Mas, a 25-year-old talent from Mallorca, Spain, who is thought by most to be a real challenger for victories in three-week stageraces. At those, most precisely the Tour de France, and at reaching the best possible consistency in one-week events, the Spaniard will be looking at after a solid 2019 season, where he made his TDF debut -he even donned the white jersey as best under-26 rider- and won the final WorldTour race of the year, the Tour of Guangxi in China. He also finished 9th in the Volta a Catalunya, 8th in the Clásica San Sebastián, 10th at Milano-Torino and 4th at the Volta ao Algarve.

A RACE OF HOPE. His future in Grand Tours was propelled by a sensational second appearance in the Vuelta a España, in 2018, where he completed a fantastic performance. His excellent results over the second half of the race were crowned by a win at the final mountain stage in Andorra, atop the Coll de la Gallina, where he rose to the 2nd place overall behind race winner Simon Yates. Repeating or even improving such a result -but, above all, gaining experience- is on Enric’s mind for the nearest future.

THE BEST SCHOOLS. Mas’s class and quality cannot be talked through without mentioning the two structures which saw him grow in the last few years. At the Fundación Alberto Contador -whose famous backer doesn’t doubt one bit about mentioning Mas as the biggest Spanish prospect-, the Mallorca native honed in on his racecraft before jumping into Patrick Lefévère’s boat: first with its development team -Klein Constantia, where he notched up the GCs of Alentejo and Savoie + a 2nd place overall in the hellish Valle d’Aosta-, then with now-called Deceuninck. At both, he always proved sporting excellence and humility, two values always needed at the top of the sport.

 He lives for most of the year in Andorra, which has made easier for him to adapt to his new team as many other Movistar Team riders are in the area. He’s been sharing rides for a couple of years with Marc Soler, called, together with Enric, to lead the ‘new era’ of the Telefónica-backed squad.



7 Victories as professional

1st Tour of Guangxi 2019
1st (4th stage) Tour of Guangxi 2019
1st (20th stage) Vuelta a España 2018
1st (6th stage) Itzulia Basque Country 2018
1st Tour des Pays de Savoie 2016
1st Volta ao Alentejo 2016
1st (2nd stage) Volta ao Alentejo 2016


16 Days of Racing
2325.3 Km covered

14th (3rd stage) Challenge Mallorca
17th (5th stage) Vuelta a Andalucía - Ruta del Sol
17th (2nd stage) Critérium du Dauphiné
19th (4th stage) Vuelta a Andalucía - Ruta del Sol
20th (1st stage) Vuelta a Burgos
20th Vuelta a Andalucía - Ruta del Sol
23th (2nd stage) Challenge Mallorca
27th (3rd stage) Vuelta a Andalucía - Ruta del Sol
31th (1st stage) Vuelta a Andalucía - Ruta del Sol
35th Vuelta a Burgos
42th (5th stage) Vuelta a Burgos
50th (2nd stage) Vuelta a Burgos
50th (3rd stage) Vuelta a Burgos
55th (1st stage) Critérium du Dauphiné
62th (4th stage) Challenge Mallorca
73th (2nd stage) Vuelta a Andalucía - Ruta del Sol
95th (4th stage) Vuelta a Burgos