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Tredz Wales Sportive

The Tredz Wales Sportive

The UK's only televised sportive

On July 12th 2014, Tredz Bikes has its very own sportive. With a choice of routes, feed stations, safety marshalling and a glorious vista of Pembrokeshire coastline, all entrants are guaranteed a fantastic day of summer riding.

The Tredz Wales Sportive has a choice of 42-mile, 70-mile or 112-mile routes. Although there's plenty to challenge all levels of rider, the stunning Pembrokeshire countryside, dotted with medieval castles and coastal views, should provide the motivation to keep moving.

En route, there will be food and water stations to top up flagging energy levels. Our own Tredz mechanics will be on hand for emergency repairs and there will be a sweep-wagon to save anyone who can't finish.

After completing their challenge, riders can revive tired muscles with a sports massage in the De Valence Pavilion, before joining the evening Pasta Party.

You'll also find a Tredz Bikes tent at the event expo, where you can test ride your next bike and order on the day with some great discounts.

The Tredz Wales Sportive is part of the Long Course Weekend, an epic three-day triathlon-style event organised by Activity Wales Events.

Entry costs £40 for all routes, making this a great value day out in some of Wales' most dramatic landscapes.

A unique televised challenge

The Tredz Wales Sportive is the UK's only televised sportive, but there are loads of other great reasons to ride.

  • Chance to win a Ceepo Mamba frameset
  • Feed stations
  • Sports massage
  • Pasta party
  • Mechanical support
  • Event expo
  • Sweep wagon
  • Electronic timing
  • Closed road town centre finish

Entry is just £40, no matter which distance you choose to ride.

On the day

  • Registration is 7.30-8am at De Valence, Upper Frog Street, Tenby.
  • The route starts at the Salterns Car Park, Tenby, with a staggered start.
  • Riders of the 112-mile route set off at 7.45am.
  • Riders of the 70-mile route set off at 9.45-10am.
  • Riders of the 42-mile route set off at 11.45am-12 noon.
  • Afterwards, riders can enjoy a sports massage at the De Valence Pavilion.
  • There will be a pasta party in the evening from 6pm.

The course

All three routes head out south along the Pembrokeshire coast.

42-mile route

The shortest route returns inland through the Pembrokeshire National Park, while the two longer routes continue west.

70-mile route

Riders of the medium route will continue on a long dogleg section to the most south-western point in Wales, the village of Angle.

112-mile route

As an extra challenge, long route riders will have to complete an extra lap of the short course to bring their mileage up to its 112-mile total.