At the end of the day, when you have completed the Horseshoe Pass time trial, inhaled the atmospheric landscape of Hiraethog or taken in the sea air on Pont y Ddraig, we have everything you need to refresh, refuel and relax.
This area of North Wales has a superb infrastructure in place to support cyclists both on and off their bikes. If you are looking for cycle friendly accommodation, bike hire facilities, specialist bike shops or food and drink; you really will be spoilt for choice. What’s more, you can see how close this all is to your chosen route by using the facilities layer on the map.
For cycle specific facilities within the area, look no further. These people will keep your wheels turning, whether you want to buy a new bike or patch up your old one. With opportunities to buy new kit, find new routes and learn new skills, all the information and contacts you need are here.
Need a place to put your head down after a day’s ride? From Bed & Breakfast to Hotels, Self-catering accommodation to camping, you’re sure to find a place here that will fit your needs.
You can decide where to eat before you go out on your chosen route with the facilities tab on our map. Choose from Cafés, Public Houses and Village Shops, which all supply food suitable for the hungry cyclist. Each establishment has details on which routes pass near and a grid reference and contact number so you can be sure not to miss out on those all-important food stops.
We recommend you bookmark these other websites and services that you may find useful whilst out and about in North Wales, from tourism to cycling information.