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Wales End 2 End Cycle

Wales End to End Cycle

Conquer the length of Wales by Bike!

Pedaling from the most northern point of Wales down to the vibrant capital of Cardiff, you’ll experience diverse beautiful landscapes of majestic woodlands; rural lanes and distinct mountain ranges from start to finish.

The support received on this ride is second to none, and all the details are taken care of – from transporting luggage, refreshment stops and meals, to arranging accommodation and meals. Cycle guides or route markers are also provided, as well as basic mechanic support and back up vehicles.

Join us and conquer Wales by bike, your time in the saddle won’t come more satisfying!

This is a very tough challenge, but with a magnificent support crew and camaraderie within the team, the miles will fly by as you enjoy this iconic cycling event.

Download the brochure to find out more

To discuss this event with the fundraising team, please email us – [email protected]

Deposit: £95

Sponsorship: £1240

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