Timings & Ride Day Information
The Tour of Pembrokeshire is centred at Crug Glas Country House Hotel near St Davids (SA62 6XX) and will take place just after the Spring Classics on Saturday the 19th May 2018. It is established as a must-do event for sportive riders in the UK and from Ireland and Europe and it is twinned with the Tour of Brittany Sportive; Tro Bro Leon.
This will be the 11th Tour of Pembrokeshire and we have planned two exciting new features in addition to three newly developed classic routes. Firstly, we have added a 28 mile taster route for cyclists wishing to become a Tour of Pembrokeshire rider so they can experience the challenge and soak-up the atmosphere. Secondly, we have decided to give riders and their family and friends the chance to enjoy the Pembrokeshire Coast from the water, so we’ve teamed up with Preseli Venture for coasteering and sea-kayaking or surfing and Falcon Boats for wildlife boat trips and you’ll find links to their websites below so you can make bookings.
The Tour of Pembrokeshire Weekend really encapsulates all that’s great about being in the UK’s only coastal national park. Whether you’re cycling quiet country roads with challenging climbs and swooping descents or at sea enjoying the scenery, flora and wildlife, it is all breath-taking.
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 that Results Base will send the rider numbers and disposable timing chips by post directly to entrants to avoid the need to attend pre-ride registration.
We welcome junior riders, indeed Josh Tarling was only eight when he first rode the Tour accompanied by Cyril Morris who was 80! Any rider under the age of 17 must be entered and accompanied by an adult – that means the adult creates the profile, adds the child as a rider and then enters both into the event. Adults who are accompanying young riders need to download and fill in this form and bring it to the event registration to collect their number and timing chip.
Distances and pricing
We do not make refunds but riders can transfer their entry to another rider by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
(to 31-04-2018 inc.)
|Saturday May 19th|
|Paul Ties 100 mile route||£46||£56|
|Mavic 75 mile route||£46||£56|
|Fred Rees Skoda 50 mile route||£46||£56|
|Paul Sartori 25 mile route||£29||£35|
NOTE: a 6% booking fee will be added to the final total
Event timings and registration
Riders will receive the bike number, timing chip, route card and other information via the post prior to the event. Late entries, riders requiring parental consent will need to collect their rider packs from the information desk at the event’s HQ which will be open on Friday 18th May between 15:30hrs – 18:00hrs. and on Saturday 19th May from 06:30hrs.
|Saturday May 19th|
|Paul Ties 100 mile route||07:00 – 07:30|
|Mavic 75 mile route||08:30 – 09:00|
|Fred Rees Skoda 50 mile route||09:00 – 10:00|
|Paul Sartori 25 mile route||10:30 – 11:00|
There are free hot tubs and showers on-site. You can book your space here for a tent, caravan or motorhome (£15/night) and your post-ride massage (£10).
Food and drink
Pre-ride bacon rolls served with coffee and tea. Riders will be served a delicious post-ride meal (free). Feed-stations are stocked with locally sourced food which will include; Pembrokeshire beef faggots, vegetarian pasties, spelt bread with home-made summer berry jam, Welsh cakes, bara-brith, Pembrokeshire potatoes, flap-jacks, bananas and energy drink from Secret-Training.
In addition to live music from SambaDoc, Honey Fungus and other local bands around the course, there will be live music at the finish which always enhances the party atmosphere.
After the event you’ll be able to see all the official images by Huw Fairclough Photography on this website.