Wild Wales Challenge 2020
30th August.​
Click below to enter.
http://www.fabian4.co.uk/default.aspx?EventID=2595
 

Welcome! This year will mark the 36th edition of this most prestigious cycling event, which features a different route each year, but always set amidst the spectacular scenery of North Wales. The event is NOT a race – but a traditional tourist challenge ride in which riders are invited to complete the course within a generous time allowance. Riders should note that the roads are NOT closed for this event and that they should ride with due care and consideration for other road users.

 

The event is open to all riders, whether or not members of Cycling UK. It is organised on behalf of Cycling UK Merseyside and any type of cycle may be ridden, provided it is roadworthy. Low gears are advisable, and special attention should be paid to brakes, wheels and tyres.  It is a challenge event, but a reasonably fit rider should experience no difficulty in completing the course within the time allowed. Being set in the glorious North Wales countryside, riders should expect both steep climbs and descents, and care is required at all times.

 

Your entry fee of £26 includes lunch at the second stop, you will be joining a select group of just 650 fellow riders. Also Included in the fee are: Online entry and payment, full route directions, notes and electronic timing tag, light refreshments at start and finish, event photographer, changing rooms and showers at event HQ, and commemorative engraved Welsh slate plaque to all finishers.

 

For Club riders, there is the Harold Kewish Trophy, awarded annually to the club providing the most finishers in the Long Course Only, this is currently held by Liverpool Braveheart. So, if you ride with a club, be sure to indicate this on your entry form and insert your club’s name in its correct format.

 

Once again, this year there will be a Long Course of 92 miles and 10,00ft of ascent and a Shorter Course of 75 miles and 8,000ft of ascent. Club Riders please note: To be considered for the Harold Kewish Trophy you MUST complete the LONG Course.

 

Entries will open in two phases, similar to last year.

Phase 1 will be for the 35 or so clubs who regularly ride the event and will open on 10th February. Those clubs included in Phase 1 will be notified by e mail.

Phase 2 will open the event up to all other riders and will commence on Mon 2nd March.  As in previous years, there will be limit of 650 riders.

Choice of two routes! Classic 92 Miler or shorter 75 mile route!