The North American exciclistao Lance Armstrong has organized a Tour of the island of Mallorca, to raise funds and ease the debts he has since he admitted his doping
Lance has published a tweet on social networks inviting to share with him and his countryman George Hincapie a 5-day tour of the island of Mallorca.
Heads up! @ghincapie and myself (as well as rockstar guides Emily and @mikekloser) are taking THEMOVE to Mallorca. Join us on this beautiful Mediterranean island for amazing rides, food, wine, and conversation. Can't https://t.co/XkbyaJ8Vga pic.twitter.com/GB2ZbuYIm1
- Lance Armstrong (@lancearmstrong) January 22, 2020
The Move Mallorca 2020, 12 seats ,. $ 30.000
The Tour 'The Move Mallorca 2020' only has 12 places available, costs $ 30.000 and includes meals, accommodation, bicycles and all kinds of sports equipment for excursions on the Island.
With this new project, the athlete could face the economic debts he has since he admitted in 2013 to have taken a dope to win his seven Tours of France.
The registration page comments
«Lance Armstrong never led a cycling tour like this, until now. George Hincapie will join Lance in co-host of "The Move Mallorca 2020".
We invite you to join this incredible experience as one of the 12 guests, it will surely be sold out quickly.
Mallorca is a paradise for cyclists and the tour will feature the iconic walks of the island. 5 days trip with Lance and George, all accommodations, Pinarello bicycles, cycling kit, receptions, meals, support and incredible memories will be included. Again, there are only 12 seats.
Tour selection begins on January 20«
You can check the event page at the following link: https://www.outthereadventuretravel.com/the-move-mallorca-bike-tour/
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