Alberto Contador – guest of honour at Mallorca 312 – once again trusts OK Mobility

The Spanish former cyclist Alberto Contador travels to Mallorca as the guest of honour of the Mallorca 312, the cycling competition that takes place this weekend and that OK Mobility supports as the official mobility provider.

In this 12th edition, we accompany the more than 8,000 cyclists who will meet in this competition, considered one of the most important long-distance cycling events on the international scene.

As official mobility providers, at OK Mobility we will make our fleet available to the organisation to cover their mobility needs during the competition.

On this occasion, Contador has once again trusted OK Mobility as the most comfortable and safest option for their journeys around the island. At OK, we are delighted to receive the former cyclist again and to have his trust.

Jorge Navarro makes the podium in the Portuguese Moto2 GP with the support of OK Mobility

In April, rider Jorge Navarro took third place on the podium at the Portuguese GP of the Moto2 World Championship.

An important result for Navarro, who needed a good result in this race to stay close to the top 10 of the overall Moto2 World Championship rankings.

The Valencian rider is currently in his sixth Moto2 season. In his sporting career, Navarro fought for the Moto3 World Championship in the 2016 season before making the jump to the intermediate category and in 2019 he was already fighting for the Moto2 title, obtaining fourth position.

At OK Mobility, we are excited to accompany the young driver, covering his travels, in his fight for the title.

Marc Garcia maintains his lead in the Supersport 300 World Championship with OK Mobility

Marc García took part in race 1 of the Supersport 300 category, held this April at the Assen circuit (Netherlands), finishing sixth and maintaining, together with Álvaro Díaz, his lead in the overall world championship rankings.

At OK Mobility, we are proud to accompany García this season covering all his trips and sharing the same sporting values through our #OKAttitude.

Sanyo Gutiérrez trusts OK Mobility to move

OK Mobility is now the official sponsor of professional Argentinian Padel player Carlos Daniel Gutiérrez, more commonly known as Sanyo Gutiérrez. Current number 5 seed in the World Padel Tour classifications is considered one of the best Padel players in the world. A veteran in this competition, he is currently playing in the right-side position with Agustín Tapia.

Gutiérrez started playing Padel at the age of 7, and by 15 he had already turned professional. In 2006, aged just 22, he made one of the hardest decisions of his life: to leave his family and home country behind and move to Spain to pursue his dream career.

The San Luis Magician, a nickname that he dedicated to his place of birth, has already won the 3 Master’s Final in 2013, 2014 and 2016, several Open tournaments (Buenos Aires, 2013, Santander, Miami, Valladolid, Seville, and Andorra in 2017, Valencia Master’s and La Nucia in 2016 – the year that he also won the World Padel Championships alongside Argentina.

Andrea Torres, star of Surf Channel TV’s show ‘Surferas’

Windsurfer Andrea Torres has participated in the latest episode of the ‘Surferas’ show produced by Surf Channel TV. In this new edition, Spain’s first surfing-themed television channel has travelled to Mallorca to learn more about this promising young windsurfer’s career, accompanied by OK Mobility.

Torres, who is currently preparing for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris in the IQFoil category, and who has the support of OK Mobility to cover all her travel, took part in the show to talk about her experience in windsurfing and the great evolution she has experienced in recent years.

Surf Channel TV also continues to rely on OK Mobility to travel the peninsula in search of the best locations for its productions.

Sailing the bay of Palma with the Princesa Sofia Trophy

Last April, the bay of Palma became the focus of the sailing world during the celebration of the 51st H.R.H. Princess Sofia Trophy, which has counted on OK Mobility as its official mobility partner.

The Italians Ruggero Tita and Caterina Banti became the overall winners of this new edition, which brought together more than 1,000 crew members of over 62 nationalities, making this competition once again the highest level regatta on the international calendar.

Thanks to their excellent performance during the regatta, Tita and Banti have joined the select club of sporting legends such as Sir Ben Ainslie (2011), Theresa Zabell and Begoña Vía Dufresne (1995), Jordi Calafat and Kiko Sánchez Luna (1989), Santi Lange and Miguel Saubidet (1986 and 1987), or Alejandro Abascal and Miquel Noger (1979), among others.

As official mobility providers, OK Mobility has made our vehicles available to the organisation for their journeys, demonstrating, once again, our commitment and support for top-level sport.

OK Mobility present in the Princess Sofía Trophy, Road to Paris 2024

On Monday 4 April, the best yachtsmen in the world will come together in Palma Bay to take part in the 51st S.A.R Princess Sofía Trophy. OK Mobility is proud to be present as official mobility partners for the event.

This regatta is the Spanish athletes’ final competition before calculating results to decide who shall be part of the Spanish Olympic Sailing Team for the Paris 2024 Games preparation program.

More than 1.000 crews, representing over 62 nationalities, have signed up to this new edition of the event, which has become the most top-class regatta in the international Sailing calendar.

Postponed for two years due to the ongoing global health crisis, this regatta, co-organized by Club Nàutic S’Arenal, Club Marítimo San Antonio de la Playa, the Real Club Náutico de Palma, The Spanish Sailing Federation, and the Balearic Islands Sailing Federation, is back with more enthusiasm than ever.

As part of our commitment to elite sport, OK Mobility shall take care of the travel needs of those working on the organization teams while this regatta is taking place.

Marc García continues preparing for the Moto 3 World Championships, supported by OK Mobility


Former Supersport 300 World Champion Marc García continues to train in the hope of being at the top of the leader board for the Moto3 World Championships.

The Barcelona-born biker, who has just participated in the test series in Estoril and Jerez, assures us that his sensations after each competition are positive and that he aims to continue training to be among the top classified riders in his category.

The 2017 World Champion returns to action in this year’s World Championships, supported by OK Mobility, who will take care of all his travel arrangements. Our company shares the same sporting values as this biking star, via our #OKAttitude.

Andrea Torres is U-21 Elite Windsurfing Spanish Champion

Majorcan windsurfer Andrea Torres has recently become the U-21 Elite Windsurfing Spanish Champion in the Windsurfing and IQFOIL Spanish Championships, which took place this March in Santa Pola Bay, Alicante. OK Mobility is proud to support this young talented windsurfer following her victory and will now be with her every step of the way as she prepares for the 2024 Olympic Games.

18-year-old Andrea took part in her first Spanish Championship in 2016, after a training camp with the Spanish Federation in Barcelona. One year later, she won her first Spanish Championship in Cadiz Bay, and in the same year, she competed in her first European Championship in Lorient. She travelled to Alicante to participate in her first classifier for the national team. In Minorca, she won a place to take part in the Spanish Cup in Cadiz, and she then competed in the Youth World RS:X Championships in Penmarch, France. Her final competition this year was the Techno 293 World Championships, held in Liepaja, Latvia.

Now, and following her U21 Elite Spanish Championship victory, the young Majorcan athlete is preparing for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris, in the IQFoil category. This is a new Olympic format which replaces traditional windsurfing this year.

OK Mobility gets the Vuelta a Andalucía 2022 cycling tour moving

Last weekend the 68th edition of the elite Vuelta a Andalucía – Route of the Sun cycling tour took place, supported once again by OK Mobility as official mobility providers.

We supported the cyclists on the Andalusian tour over more than 500 kilometres, split into five stages, by offering them our fleet of vehicles to cover their transport needs throughout the competitionOK Mobility also awarded the Mountains Classification at each stage.

Dutch cyclist Wouter Poels was this year’s champion, leading the fifth and final stage of the tour between Huesca and Chiclana de Segura, in the province of Jaén.

OK Mobility is proud to support elite sport and to promote the values that it represents, including effort, sacrifice, and teamwork.