This is not a tour 200G
201km cycling event starting from Barmouth. Controls at Abertrydwr., Newtown, At Lingen: What is the name of the village PH? and Kington., plus 2 information controls. This is the second half of the 400A. So those that want to stop halfway through, get a night's rest, then continue early Sunday morning.
The ride starts from Barmouth, after a few km warm-up, the route rises up to the checkpoint above the estuary. you then pass through Dolgellau, climb over Bwlch Oederwss and then Bwlch-y-Groes. dropping down to llyn Vyrnwy and a breakfast stop at Dasarn Newydd Stores - Andrew will cook you a breakfast to order. Continuing southwest over the grass deserts to pick-up the A470 at Talerddig, where you get a rest as the road is downhill or flat virtually all the way to the next control and Newtown. Leaving Newtown you have a steady shallow climb out of the severn valley, and you drop down into the Teme valley to and through Knighton, picking-up an info before visiting Kington for your last on the road control. The route then undulates back to arrive at Highland Morrs (Llandrindod) to complete the second half of 'The ultimate ay ride (TINAT 400A)'
- 04:51 BST
- 21:42 BST
- X C F G NM P 100 (1/6)
- No Mudguards required
- Shoestring event few or no facilities or AUK controllers
- Parking free or reasonably priced, at start
- Camping at or near start
- Food some free food and/or drink provided on the ride
- GPS files available from organiser
- Mark Rigby
- BlackSheep CC
- Entries to:
- Mark Rigby
c/o Maggs Day Centre
- 14.3-30 kph
- Total Climb:
- Event No:
The following extra information has been provided by the event organiser:
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