Mallorca Luxury Cycling

Joe Friel

Cycling Camp

March 29th - April 4th

Mallorca Luxury Cycling is excited and proud to host the World Renowned elite Triathlon and Cycling Coach, author and TrainingPeaks co-founder Joe Friel, who has literally written THE book on training.

This six day training camp will be packed with specialy designed training rides and workshops with the Legendary Joe Friel. Post ride discussions and social time to have a cup of coffee or a glass of sangria with Joe and some new friends will make for an incredible week. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to spend a week with Joe Friel. Your performance, knowledge and athletic development will skyrocket after a week of intense and personal guidance.

Mallorca Luxury Cycling will insure that you are rewarded for your hard work with luxurious accommodations and amenities at “La Maison” our multi million dollar residence with pool, gym, massage room, a full bar, en suite bathrooms, and a private Chef Pick up and drop off from Palma International Airport included. Bikes available upon request.

Contact us to Register or if you have any questions, this experience is limited to 14 athletes and will sell out at lighting speed.
+1 323 515 3048

Single Occupancy $5,995
Double Occupancy $4,995

Joe Friel is a life-long athlete and has a masters degree in exercise science. He has trained and conferred with amateur and professional endurance athletes from a wide variety of sports since 1980. Based on this experience he cofounded in 1999 with son Dirk Friel and friend Gear Fisher. He currently coaches only a few athletes. He mostly focuses on training emerging top-level coaches on best practices in preparing endurance athletes for competition. This regularly takes him to coaching seminars around the world. He also consults with corporations in the sports and fitness industry and with national Olympic governing bodies worldwide. His Training Bible books for road cyclists, mountain bikers, and triathletes are used by several national sports federations to train their coaches.

Friel’s philosophy and methodology for training athletes was developed over more than 40 years and is based on his strong interest in sport science research and his experience training hundreds of athletes with a wide range of abilities. His views on matters related to training for endurance sports are widely sought and have been featured in such publications as VeloNews, Bicycling, Outside, Runner’s World, Women’s Sports & Fitness, Men’s Fitness, Men’s Health, American Health, Masters Sports, The New York Times, Triathlete, 220, and many more.