This is not a tour 200C
206km cycling event starting from Llandrindod. Controls at Tregaron and Machynlleth, plus 3 information controls. A spectacular ride entirely on asphalt surfaces. Passing through many small towns & villages, but retaining a sense of isolation from civilisation. ALL PROFITS FROM THIS EVENT WILL BE DONATED TO NOMINATED CHARITIES.
The ride heads south out of Llandrindod and soon picks-up a B-road to Buelah. After a short cycle along a picturesque lane cyclists will be confronted with The Devil’s Staircase – one of the most formidable climbs in Wales. The route continues along lanes to Tregaron. The route then continues through devils Bridge, crossing the A44 climbing to Nant y Moch (Stream of the Swine) Reservoir. Historians amongst us will be aware nearby is the ancient battlefield where Owain Glyndwr battled with the English. The ride then drops down to the coast road and on to Machynlleth. The return route traces east along lanes to Talerdigg, then predominantly downward route through various villages to Caersws. After a climb on quiet lanes, the route continues along the A483 following the Ithom Valley back down to Llandrindod. The route is a mixture of minor roads and lanes, B-roads and A-roads and recognised national cycle routes. The route has been designed to be traversed on road bike.
- 206 km in 14h25
- Sunday 26th July 2020
- 07:00 to finish by 21:25
- Starting from:
- £12.00 ( £14.00 when paying via PayPal. )
- Website maintenance:
- Event entries temporarily unavailable - covid 19
- 05:25 BST
- 21:15 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
(event closed - contact details removed)
- 14.3-30 kph
- Total Climb:
- Event No:
The following extra information has been provided by the event organiser:
For your own security, always virus-check any file you download before opening it. To download a file, right-click on it and use 'Save' or 'Save Target'.
- See outline map below.