Cycle Wales End-to-End

Date: Wednesday 13th August

Duration: 4 days

Location: Holyhead to Cardiff

Entry fee: £125

Minimum sponsorship: £1,050

Join #TeamStGiles for Cycle Wales End-to-End

Join us and conquer Wales by bike.

Raise money on your mountain bike and join #TeamStGiles to cycle from the most northern point of Wales down to the vibrant capital of Cardiff. On this challenging ride, you will experience diverse, beautiful landscapes of majestic woodlands, rural lanes and distinct mountain ranges from start to finish.

Supporting us from your saddle has never been more satisfying!

Itinerary

Day 1 – Meet at South Stack, Anglesey for registration. Cycle to Bala. Cycling distance – approx. 85 miles, total ascent 8,351 ft.

Day 2 – Cycle Bala to Brecon. Cycling distance – approx. 106 miles, total ascent 12,387 ft.

Day 3 – Brecon to Cardiff. Cycling distance – approx. 60 miles, total ascent 6,060 ft.

Day 4 – After breakfast transfer to South Stack.

Please note, this is a complex itinerary and subject to change.

Difficulty

This is a very tough cycle, but with the support of magnificent crew and camaraderie within the team, the miles will fly by as you enjoy this iconic cycling challenge.

Your support

Sign up on your own or with friends, family or colleagues to be a part of #TeamStGiles. As members of the team, after registration we will support you through every step of your journey, with information on effective training, fundraising and sponsorship tips, kit lists, local information and answer any questions you might have.

We’d love you to join #TeamStGiles!

Register you interest and join our team of incredible cyclists!

We’re here for you… because you’re here for us

“My gran was my best friend and we all knew that she was nearing the end of her life.

Sarah took up running last year to support the work of St Giles after caring for her Gran and has since taken part in the Great North Run and the Rudolph Run to raise funds.

“Even though she was receiving the very best care it was a very daunting experience. But everybody was so nice to the family – they tried to make it seem as normal as possible to put us at our ease.

“On the day she passed away my family and I walked away from St Giles and, of course, we were very sad – but everybody at St Giles had worked so hard to make everything so lovely for my gran, we were so thankful.

“Ever since I have had such a passion for St Giles because the care they gave us all was so phenomenal.”

Join Sarah by fundraising for St Giles and help us to support local people and their families living with a potentially terminal illness.