Borderland Bike Challenge

The beginning

Gathering for the start

Somewhere on the 22 mile route across the Berwyn Mountains.

The welcome refreshments at the finish.

The 2013 Dairi-Pak Mountain Bike Challenge took place on Saturday 11 May when 153 intrepid riders took the opportunity to experience the stunning scenery of the Berwyn Mountains by attempting the 22 mile, off-road mountain bike challenge. It was a nice dry day until about 12 then it was showers but riders did get to enjoy the beautiful scenery.

The main beneficiaries from the event were the Wales and Midlands Air Ambulances together with other Rotary charities.

"Photo Galleries" for a slide show of the 2013 event.


The end!

The middle

The 2013 Challenge

Challenge 2014

Where does your sponsorship money go?

22 miles off-road route and not for the faint hearted

The main beneficiaries are Midlands and Wales Air Ambulances together with St. John’s Ambulance Association and numerous local good causes.

6 miles off-road “softer” route for families and the less energetic

News Letter 2014

We are very grateful to

Dairi-Pak for their support and sponsorship of this event over so many years.

We also thank the many land owners and farmers in the Berwyn Mountains for allowing us access through their lands for this event.

Please note: Some stretches of the course are only available to us on the day of the Borderland Bike Challenge and can not be ridden before or after the event and we thank the land owners for their support.

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Saturday 10th May 2014

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Bike Ride Newsletter2014.pdf

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