Cycle | Tour de Môn 2022
Tour de Môn 2022 Cycle Teulu
The Tour de Teulu is a beautiful 3.5 mile family ride suitable for children who are accompanied by parents or adult friends. The Tour de Teulu will start and finish at the main event centre so that you will be inspired by the big event atmosphere. We are proud to be supporting the local young champions of the future and hope that the Tour de Teulu will inspire you to keep fit and healthy and to enjoy the stunning outdoors.
Children can take part on pedal bikes, in trailers or on bike seats. Unfortunately, balance bikes will not be permitted due to the length of the course and traffic on open roads.
This is a pay on the day event and costs £5 with proceeds going to local causes. All those who take part will receive a finishers memento.
The ride will follow the Tour de Môn route out of Holyhead, and will return along quiet roads to the main finish line. The ride is approximately 3.5 miles long. There may be the possibility for riders to do a second lap.
You will need attend registration which will take place on Saturday afternoon and before the event on Sunday morning - we will confirm specific times in your Final Instructions, which will be available on the website and via email 10 days prior to the race.
Registration is usually located in Holyhead, on Beach Road adjacent to Newry Beach - LL65 1YD.
We do accept entries to this event on the day. The event costs £5 per person and proceeds go to local causes.
It is important to note that the ride is on roads open to traffic, and as a consequence any child under the age of 12 must be accompanied by at least 1 adult. Children ages 13 and over must be accompanied at a ratio of 2 children for every 1 adult.
The Teulu ride usually starts at 10:00 though this is subject to change. The start time will be confirmed in the Final Instructions which are available to view on the website 10 days prior to the race.
Please see our Covid-19 updates for information on how we are delivering Covid safe events.
We are proud that all our events are bilingual. Signs, registration and commentary are available in English and Welsh.