Cycling in Wales
& the Welsh Borders of England
A sideways glance at cycling in Wales and the Welsh Borders - there's more to cycling than just riding a bike.
We're passionate about cycling in Wales and the Welsh Borders, having spent 33 years organising cycling holidays (Bicycle Beano, 1982 to 2014) in what we consider to be a cyclist's paradise.
Photo: Cycling under Pen-y-Fan in the Brecon Beacons National Park
There are three fabulous national parks here - Snowdonia (Eyri), Pembrokeshire Coast, and Brecon Beacons (Bannau Brycheiniog) - plus famous areas of outstanding natural beauty such as the Wye Valley, the Gower and Lleyn peninsulas, South Shropshire Hills, Cheshire Plain, and the Forest of Dean.
Wales and the Welsh Borders is full of history - romantic castles, standing stones, moss-strewn churches, pagan wells, and Victorian spas to name but a few.
Photo: Cycling along the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal, October
Photo: Group of cyclists in Solva harbour, Pembrokshire
We hope this website inspires you to come cycling in Wales and the Welsh Borders soon - summer or winter, it's always beautiful. See you on the road - but perhaps not on this road near Hay-on-Wye...