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GRAN FONDO CONWY I CYCLE EVENT


Organised open air competitions such as triathlons and marathons around the northern coastlines and mountains of Snowdonia.


Tour of Britain route. After taking in the picturesque Llanrwst bridge, the Mawr will also include the brutal climb up to Llanddoged which is an opportunity to be relished for anyone who enjoys a challenge! The medium sized Canol is no easy ride and at 70 miles takes in a lot of the same route as the Mawr. Like the Mawr, the Canol riders will also make their way up the Great Orme and through Abergele but will take a


more direct route to Llanwrst where they will get to enjoy the views from the iconic Llanwrst Bridge before also embarking upon the challenging climb toward Llanddoged. The Gran Fondo Bach, is a perfect ride for anybody building up their fitness or who is new to cycling. The route is 42 miles long and takes riders along the glorious North Wales coastline with stunning views across the Irish Sea.


The final choice of route at the sportive will be the Gran Fondo Teulu. The Gran Fondo Teulu is a family ride that will take riders of all ages and capabilities along the cycle path from Conwy to West Shore, with a choice of turnaround points meaning Teulu riders can choose their distance. Event planner and Always Aim High Events Director, Rob Samuel, is thrilled with the excitement already surrounding the Gran


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