2017 Tour of Pembrokeshire

28, 40, 60, 80 & 130 mile routes


2017 TOUR 20/05/17 - 21/05/17

Two fantastic days of cycling in the beautiful Pembrokeshire National Park with the most amazing climbs and descents.

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Welcome - CROESO

The Tour of Pembrokeshire is centred at Crug Glas Country House Hotel near St Davids (SA62 6XX. 01348 831302. Crug-glas.co.uk) and takes place just after the Spring Classics over two days on the 20th and 21st May 2017. It is established as a must-do event for sportive riders from the UK and the near continent and it is twinned with the Tour of Brittany Sportive; Tro Bro Leon.

This will be the 10th Tour of Pembrokeshire and will feature four fabulous new routes over two days as a result of support from Pembrokeshire County Council, the greater involvement of local communities, the supporters and of course rider feedback.

The Tour really encapsulates all that’s great about cycling; endless quiet country roads, breath-taking coastal scenery, challenging climbs, swooping descents and feed-stations with a magical atmosphere that showcase local produce.

It’s no surprise that the Tour has some big name sponsors and was described by Chris Boardman MBE, who rode it in 2015 as a superb, really enjoyable event.

We are delighted to have appointed Results Base to manage the event’s entry and timing systems. Their on-line entry is very user friendly and their timing system utilises a helmet chip.

Tour t-shirts

Tour of Pembrokeshire howies® T-shirts

Two designs in men's and women's fit - £25 each for collection at the event

Tour cow bells

Tour of Pembrokeshire Cow Bells

For that authentic alpine atmosphere - £4.99 each for collection at the event

Tour of Pembrokeshire 2017 Launch Video

The official 2017 Tour of Pembrokeshire launch video with event patron Tori James.

The Routes

***UPDATED ROUTES FOR 2017!*** There are three routes on Saturday the 20th of May to cater for different rider abilities, starting with the 60 mile route, the 80 mile route which incorporates over 8000 feet of climbing, and then there is the 130 mile route which presents the ultimate challenge to its competitors, featuring over 14,000 feet of climbing.
Now also, running on Sunday the 21st of May a 28 mile and 40 mile family / recovery ride, why not make a weekend of it?

Continental Timed Hill Climb

If you enter the 2017 Tour of Pembrokeshire you're entering our timed hill climb in association with Continental.

Rising out of Goodwick is the infamous Stop and Call Climb, half a mile of climbing at an average 10% gradient with a rise of 274 feet.

The Continental Stop And Call Hill Climb is set to be a feature of the 2017 Tour of Pembrokeshire with rousing roadside support and just 16 short miles from the finish!

Enter The Tour - Be On The Continental Hill Climb!
Feet of Climbing
YARDS Distance

Tour Gallery

Tour of Pembrokeshire 2016 Video

The official 2016 Tour of Pembrokeshire video. Enjoy!

Feed Stations

The feed stations at the Tour of Pembrokeshire are legendary, boasting the best Pembrokeshire produce.

From freshly baked spelt bread and jam to Pembrokeshire beef faggots and homemade vegetarian pasties.

We think it’s important that you get a taste of the area when you take on the Tour of Pembrokeshire and so source everything we can from within the county.

It’s something for you to look forward to while you’re working hard out there in the Pembrokeshire hills.


Latest News

TOP | 25 APR
We are delighted to announce that groups of Pembrokeshire Young Farmers have decided to get involved with this year's Tour of Pembrokeshire  by volunteering to assist us with marshalling.
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Upton Farm At ToP
TOP | 20 Apr
Upton Farm have has been producing quality dairy icecream for over 25 years supplying many resort sites and inland attractions within the county of Pembrokeshire . We are proud to be associated with the tour of Pembrokeshire 2017
Remembering Paul
TOP | 31 Jan
Remembering the late Paul Ties
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Skycam Wales
TOP | 17 Jan
Skycam Wales To Cover The Tour of Pembrokeshire
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TOP | 15 Dec
New energy product supplier for 2017 Tour.
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What riders say?

The Tour of Pembrokeshire is superbly organised, the route is both challenging and very attractive, the signposting is faultless and the food is the best I've had on the very many sportives that I've ridden, in the UK and Europe. I hope very much to be back for next year's event. Well done.

Ken Smith, Bicester Millennium Cycling Club.

What riders say

If anyone considers writing an Egon Ronay style guide to sportives, this one would be right up there. Warmed foods such as faggots, pasties and tea are as welcome as the sweet stuff - and there's plenty of both.

Andy Mather

What riders say?

It was a very enjoyable event that was clearly well organised and run. No detail overlooked and all bases covered. Lots of nice touches, great support and marshals. Chapeau.

Justin Gill

What riders say?

One of my favourite rides, it’s a must-do event.

Jennifer Trotman – cyclosport.org

What riders say?

What a fantastic day, the 105 mile route was spectacular.

John Hughes

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