|The western half of the Llanfair 400, starting at Holyhead and heading to Prestatyn and St Asaph before returning to Holyhead|
|Total Distance:||211km |
|Climbing:||AAA points: 0 Total ascent: 1850m Max elevation: 174m|
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Alternative starts (if you can get a timed receipt, carpark ticket or bank ATM slip to authenticate your start and finish times): Rhos on Sea, Prestatyn, St Asaph, Llanfair PG
|Controls:||* 73km: Rhos on Sea - Co-op, Cafe, ATM|
*101km: Prestatyn - Co-op, ATM
114km: St Asaph - Cafe, Co-op
180km: Llanfair PG - Cafe, Co-op, Visitor Centre
*211km: Holyhead - Tesco, Cafe, ATM
* indicates controls available 24 hours
|Some Useful Cafes:|| 73km: Rhos on Sea, Fortes Cafe|
114km: St Asaph St Asaph Cafe
180km: Llanfair PG various cafes and visitor centre
|Timings:||7 hours 02 mins (30 kph) - 14 hours 45 mins (14.3kph )|
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|Entry Fee:||£3.50 for members of AUK or CTC |
£5.50 for nonmembers
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The western half of the Llanfair PG 400. You can also ride the 400 as the Wilmslow-St Asaph 200, or as Holyhead-Poynton or Poynton-Holyhead
Enjoy the delights of cycling across Anglesey, with it's quite roads and fine views of the Snowdonian ranges. Don't worry, there's no serious climbing on this ride, as once you hit the mainland, you will follow the North Wales coast, using well engineered cycle paths to skirt the cycling-unfriendly A55.
Cross the Menai Straits on both of the spectacular bridges, Telford's Menai Bridge on the way off Anglesey and Stephenson's Britannia Bridge on the way back.
Refreshments shouldn't be a problem on this ride, with holiday resorts all along the coast, although you might find Anglesey is more sparcely served by shops and cafes.