Anglesey Cycle Tour - Day 1

Road Cycling
May 28

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Event booking closes on May 27 at 20:00:00
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110km (65 miles) with 1025m (3362ft) of elevation.

A two day cycle tour, around the periphery of Anglesey, north Wales.

Our ride on day one takes us over the Thomas Telford's Menai Bridge, built in 1826 and west towards and through Holyhead.  We will be passing a plethora of beaches during our ride and I recommend bringing your swimming shorts and a packtowel.  Will can't resist a bit of history so expect a few side trips and walking over a field or two to visit the likes of;

The cycle will be long and relatively hilly- at approximately 110km (68 miles) with 1025m (3362ft) of elevation. You'll need to be a confident road cyclist, as most of the distance is on-road (albeit mostly relatively quiet country roads).  The proposed route can be viewed and the GPX downloaded from here.  This is a linear route and there is not a railway station at Amlwch.

** This will be a book your own accommodation trip, to suit your own tastes and budget, with plenty of options to choose from in Amlwch.  Dave & Will have booked into the Dinorben Arms, at £75 for a twin room. **

!! On the Friday night, David and Will have booked into the Bangor Premier Inn.  Approximately £100 per room, find someone to share with to keep costs low.  !!

If you have any questions about the event or the route please contact Will.

IMPORTANT! - Participation Statement

You MUST complete the Cycling Participation Statement in addition to booking your event space before attending a cycling event.

Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms, even if they are extremely mild, or who has recently tested positive for Covid-19, is asked not to attend.


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