The Tour of Pembrokeshire is an established cycling event for sportive riders in the UK and from Ireland and Europe and it is linked with the Tour of Brittany Sportive
This will be the 12th Tour of Pembrokeshire and due to the popularity of the routes created for 2018 we’ve agreed to keep them the same for 2019.
The Paul Sartori (23.7 miles) was especially successful with families in 2018 and it also encouraged riders to take part who were recovering from illness or who wanted to experience the event but had felt it might be too advanced for them.
The Lloyd Motors Volvo route (56.9 miles) provides riders with the chance to climb the highest point in Pembrokeshire, making it a true classic.
Bullfinch Cycles hand-build their frames and bikes in Coventry and their route (81.1 miles) really suits the superb comfort and performance their craftsmanship achieves.
The Paul Ties route (106.2 miles) is regarded as one of the toughest and most enjoyable sportive rides in the UK, it is always the best attended.
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.
Various Locations in Pembrokeshire See Website for exact details
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Start Times are different per route:
Paul Ties 7am – 7.30am
Bullfinch Cycles 8.30am – 9am
Lloyd Motors Volvo 9am – 10am
Paul Sartori 10.30am – 11am
Various Prices depending on route Visit Website for Exact costs
Free Entry – You can enter the event for free if you commit to raise a minimum of £150 for any of our nominated charities, see website for details.