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Entries are now open for this years Welsh Ride Thing. As usual, it takes place over the Bank Holiday weekend at the beginning of May in greenest mid-Wales. There’s no fixed route and no ‘rules’ but there will be prizes, cake, the infamous WRT Weigh-In, tea, hills, lots of like minded souls and more tea. 

Entry is £20 per rider for which you will receive the all important grid references, highly prized WRT T shirt, tea and cake, entry into the prize draw and that warm feeling deep inside, knowing that you’ve helped raise money for the Air Ambulance … what’s not to like?

3 Comments

  1. Unknown says:

    Best OS map for this?!

  2. Sorry James, grid references / map details aren't released until a month before the start. However, I can tell you that Explorer 215 will always be required.

  3. Unknown says:

    Oh no I realised that I just wanted the map… honest

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