Located in the heart of the charming old town of Palma, Rapha Mallorca is now open. Offering a wide selection of Rapha products and serving fine food and drink, visitors to Rapha Mallorca can expect a packed agenda of rides, special events, and live race coverage.
With its smooth tarmac, steady gradients, snaking ascents and countless switchbacks Mallorca seems almost purpose-built for the road cyclist. A launchpad for cycling on the island, we can’t wait to welcome you to our latest Clubhouse.
Thread the loop
The Sa Calobra climb is a 10km stretch of road that serves the eponymous fishing village at the foot of its pristine tarmac. Draped elegantly over the northwest corner of the island, it’s the testing ground for amateurs and pros alike, and with 26 hairpin turns and 668 metres of elevation, it’s as tough a climb as any. But to go up you must first go down - there being no other access to the foot of the climb besides boat. At one point, the road loops over itself, passing under and over a spiral bridge, and it’s this symbol that inspired the emblem for the Mallorca chapter of the Rapha Cycling Club and its Clubhouse, Rapha Mallorca.
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