The Tour of Pembrokeshire 2020



Rider packs which comprise of a timing chip, a bike number, a route-card and other information will be posted, via Royal Mail, approximately two weeks prior to the event to all UK mainland addresses.  Please ensure you enter your address accurately and ensure that it is correct on or before the 19th April 2020.  NOTE: it is the ATHLETE address that the information will be posted to, this is separate to the PROFILE address… (See the Results Base FAQ page for instructions.)

Overseas riders and late entrants can collect their packs from the Registration Desk at the event.


Late entries, overseas entries and riders requiring parental consent will need to collect their rider packs from the Registration Desk at the event’s HQ.

Friday 9th October 1500 - 2000
Saturday 10th October From 0630 (allow sufficient time before your start!)

Friday 9th October

The camping field, the Expo and Registration will be open from 1500 on Friday the 9th of October.

The Tour of Pembrokeshire team will be on hand to answer any questions about the route or the event. Bike safety checks and maintenance will be available on site from 15:00hrs so don’t worry if you need help and you’ll also be able to test ride a Bullfinch Bike if you fancy a quick spin.

To reduce journey times and delays through having to eat on the way, food will be available from 1800 to 2030.


You will only be allowed to start within the times allocated to your route. Whilst you may not see the relevance, if you try to start outside of the times allocated to your chosen route, there may be no signage or marshals in place and feed-stations may not be open.

Paul Ties 0700 - 0730
Bullfinch Cycles 0830 - 0900
Lloyds Volvo 0900 - 1000
Paul Sartori 1030 - 1100


Car parking is free, as is the use of the hot tubs and showers.

You can book a space here for your tent, caravan or motorhome (£15/night covers two people) and your post-ride massage (£10) via the on-line entry system.

If you fancy an upgrade why not book a bed at Preseli Venture's eco lodge? They are charging £42 per night and breakfast is included.

Tour of Pembrokeshire Site Plan


Pre-ride bacon rolls served with coffee and tea. Riders will be served a delicious post-ride meal (free). Feed-stations are stocked with locally sourced food which will include; Pembrokeshire beef faggot sausages, vegetarian pasties, spelt bread with home-made summer berry jam, Welsh cakes, bara-brith, Pembrokeshire potatoes, flap-jacks, bananas and energy drink from Secret-Training.


SambaDoc will be playing on the Continental Tyres Hill Climb. Honey Fungus and Tropikal Vizions steel band will play at the post-ride party in St Davids.


Tour of Pembrokeshire branded items such as merino jerseys, Castelli cycling kit, cow-bells and other items are available to purchase at sign-up and on The Tour of Pembrokeshire website.


You, your friends and family can enjoy Pembrokeshire from the water with our adventure partners; Falcon Boats and Preseli Venture. You may purchase vouchers for these activities at sign-up.


After the event you’ll be able to see all the official images by Huw Fairclough Photography on this website.


Farmers and local people form an essential part of our community and they are crucial to the county’s economy. You will almost certainly encounter farmers during your ride and we expect you to give them priority so that they can carry out their work with the minimum of hindrance. You have all day to enjoy the event, farmers have a business to run.

It is also possible that you will pass horses and farm animals. If you approach a horse and rider from behind, they will be unaware of your presence therefore you must stop riding, announce your presence and wait for the rider to call you past. If you ride towards a horse and rider, reduce your speed to 5mph, avoid any sudden movement and stop if requested.

Marshals and photographers will be located around the routes to ensure fair play and safety. As the event is run under the rules of The Highway Code Dyfed Powys Police motorcyclists will also be assisting with safety. It is very important to the majority of cyclists that events are not spoilt by riders who feel they can drop litter, hold up traffic or ride dangerously. To protect the event, the National Park and our riders, we will exclude any rider who breaches our code of conduct and we will charge any rider accessing our feed-stations who has not entered the event the late entry fee.

Every year someone spoils their day by injuring themselves and damaging their bike because they’ve ridden too quickly for the conditions; please try to make sure it isn’t you.

Roll of Honour


Tori James


Simon Warren

Mark Colbourne MBE

Feed Stations

Little Haven - RNLI

Wolfscastle – Villagers

Maenclochog – Whitland ATC and villagers

Bluestone Brewery, Cilgwyn – Haverfordwest ATC, Brewery staff & friends

Fishguard – Prostate Cymru

Official Partners

Bluestone Brewery – Local ales

Bullfinch Cycles – Bicycles, spares and accessories

Buzinet – Marketing and promotion

Continental Tyres – Hill Climb

Huw Fairclough – Photography

Falcon Boats – Adventure

Farmers – Jam and chutney supplies

Gwaun Valley Meats – Feed-station supplies

Joe Kitchell – cycle repairs

JK Lewis Bakery – Feed-station supplies

Lloyds Volvo, Aberaeron - vehicles

MH Woodland – wooden coasters

Preseli Venture – Accommodation and adventure

Pure West Radio – Digital media

Nathan Thomas (Team Ineos) – Physiotherapy

Trustmark – printed material

Ysgol Penrhyn Dewi – Venue