Dragon Ride and Tour 2020

Margam Country Park, Neath Port Talbot Principle Area, Margam, Wales, United Kingdom, SA13 2TD
Jun 05, 2020
£ 47.50


Dragon Ride is the UK's most legendary sportive, set in the stunning Brecon Beacons, each year thousands of riders take on the rugged climbs and rural roads of Wales to slay the Dragon.


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Full Description

Dragon Ride is one of the oldest and most iconic sportives in the UK, and will be returning to Margam Park for its 17th year in 2020.

For the first time since 2012, the legendary Dragon Ride route will be reversed to provide a new challenge, and slightly different route. With 4 distances to choose from, there is a challenge for all abilities.

Macmillan 100 – 98km
Medio Fondo – 161km
Gran Fondo – 207km
Dragon Devil 300km

If you are after a tougher challenge for 2020, why not take on the Dragon Tour? Grown from the famous Dragon Ride, the Dragon Tour gives riders the chance to experience stage riding over two or three days. This exclusive destination cycling long weekend gives just 750 riders the chance to extend their Dragon Ride experience.

Starting from Glanusk Estate on Friday and Saturday before moving up to Margam Park, Dragon Tour is the perfect event to experience stage riding in the Brecon Beacons.

Macmillan 100 (98km): GBP 53.50
Medio Fondo (161km): GBP 60.00
Gran Fondo (207km): GBP 65.00
Dragon Devil (300km): GBP 97.00
Dragon Tour (2 day-Saturday and Sunday): GBP 115.00
Dragon Tour (3 day-Friday, Saturday and Sunday): GBP 145.00

Category: Sports and Leisure, Cycling

Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/534822-0?pid=5283

Date and Time: On Friday June 05, 2020 at 6:00 am and ends Sunday June 07, 2020 at 6:00 pm

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