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GRAN FONDO CONWY I CYCLE EVENT


GRAN FONDO CONWY ROUTES ANNOUNCED!


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he routes for the brand new Gran Fondo Conwy cycle sportive have been announced today. The Gran Fondo Conwy is a non-competitive cycle event which is organised by Always Aim High Events who also organise the epic Etape Eryri and the fantastic Tour de Mon.


The event, which will take place on Sunday 27th April 2014, will take riders


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around some of the best climbs, views and roads Conwy and Denbighshire has to offer. The Gran Fondo Conwy has a choice of 4 routes available meaning that the sportive offers a challenge for cyclists of all abilities. The four routes are the Mawr, the Canol, the Bach and the Gran Fondo Teulu family ride. Each route will start and finish at the Event Village which will be held at Conwy Quay overlooking the stunning Conwy Castle.


The Mawr route is as beautiful as it is epic. The 104 mile course will firstly take riders up the magnificent Great Orme, along the North Wales coast and all the way out to the historical town of Denbigh before guiding them down to the glorious Llyn Brenig. The route will also take riders from Bylchau to Llanwrst following the same route that Bradley Wiggins, Mark Cavendish et al. cycled on in 2013 as part of the iconic


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