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Local Info

 

 

How to Find Us

Menai Bridge, Anglesey has superb road and rail links. It is incredibly easy to find. Use the postcode: LL59 5EF to locate the Event Village. 

By Road

Easily accessible from many of the main motorways, the race is located just off junction 8a on the A55 Expressway, and can be reached within a couple of hours if you’re travelling from the North West. There will be plenty of race day parking available at the nearby David Hughes School and Bangor City Football Club.

By Train

The nearest train station can be found in Bangor and is just 1.7 miles away from the start line. London Euston, Birmingham International and Manchester Piccadilly are all served by excellent links to Bangor.

Train Links (all times are approx. and from National Rail)

London Euston - Bangor: 3hr 15

Birmingham New Street - Bangor: 3hr 00  

Manchester Piccadily - Bangor: 3 hr 10 

Chester - Bangor: 1hr 30

Important Travel Information: 

The road between Menai Bridge and Beaumaris (A545) will be closed to traffic from 08.30am and re-opens at 12.30.  For this reason there will be a strict cut off at 11.15am at Gallows Point in Beaumaris (approx. 10 miles).

The Menai Bridge itself will also be closed between 8.30am and 10.00am so you will need to use the Britannia Bridge. There will be a well signposted diversion for those not familiar to the area.  


Where to Stay

The Bulkley Hotel in Beaumaris is in a stunning location, is a beautiful place and is very bike friendly!

On the mainland (and just a short drive away) our recommended hotel would be the Celtic Royal in the royal town of Caernarfon, with a gym and pool it's a great place to relax after your race!

For Anglesey there are lots of options at the Visit Anglesey website

 

Event partners

  • Jones o Gymru
  • Pedal Cover Insurance
  • High5 Sports Nutrition
  • KitBrix Logo
  • Superfeet
  • Zoot Sports
  • Anglesey County Council
  • Roadside Therapy