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Milestone Series sells out 8,000 slots for Mallorca 312 in 13 hours


Milestone Series has closed registrations for 8,000 participants of next year’s Mallorca 312 event in 13 hours. The sportive/gran fondo is scheduled to take place on April 25, 2020. The expanding road riding series also has two new European events open: Eifel 205 (Germany, August 22, 2020) and Båstad 198 (Sweden, September 13, 2020).

With 2020 a year of focus for the new Milestone Series event brand, its marquee Mallorca 312 event for next year has sold out in less than a day. This compares to a six day sale window for the 8,000 rider slots at the 2019 event.

Xisco Lliteras, CEO of the Milestone Series, said “We can’t be happier today. To sell out the bibs in only 13 hours for our Mallorca 312 race reflects the reinforcement of the cycling calendar for this event that has fulfilled 11 editions. With this guarantee, we are convinced that the rest of the Eifel 205 and Båstad 198 events will be a success. We launch these two countries with excitement in order to spread our model and reach out to more bike lovers.”

The Milestone Series organising team has created a specific jersey for the Mallorca 312 with a new and colourful design rolling across new Milestone Series events. The Eifel 205 and Båstad 198 participants will receive a free new Milestone Series jersey.

As a new feature for 2020, the Milestone Series has designed a VIP package for the Mallorca 312. This includes: bib and participant’s bag pick up at an exclusive table, full official equipment (jersey, riding shorts, vest, socks and sleeves), VIP box departure, breakfast before the start of the race, VIP dinner, technical talk with former pro cyclist Pedro Horrillo, VIP lunch buffet, live geolocation tracking for family members, race photo package, engraved medal, photograph and framed medal.

2020 will be the 11th edition of Mallorca 312. Platja de Muro in Mallorca will be the usual starting point for this event that offers fantastic routes of 312 kilometres, 225 kilometres and 167 kilometres around the Spanish island.




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