This has become an annual fixture for all cycling fans with 1,500 entrants and will take place on Saturday 20th May and Sunday 21st May 2017. The base will be at Oriel y Parc Visitors Centre in St Davids.
There are four routes: – 60 miles, 80 miles and 130 miles on Saturday with a family/recovery 40 mile run on the Sunday.
Five feed stations in total, all serving good locally sourced produce, spelt bread, summer berry jam, Pembrokeshire potatoes, ham wraps.
There will be a cycling and local produce expo at the event with major manufacturers including Bianchi, Cannondale and Storck displaying.
The Tour of Pembrokeshire is a charity event, the two main beneficiaries this year will be the Wales Air Ambulance and the RNLI.
Due to the lack of taffic, Pembrokeshire roads are generally in very good condition (with few potholes) which makes for smooth cycling with clean air and a magnificent veiw!
For more information see www.tourofpembrokeshire.co.uk