1. Participants will be responsible for the road-worthiness and safe working order of their own bike. Please ensure your brakes are in good working order, and that you have the tools and spares necessary to affect minor roadside repairs to your bike.


  1. The use of triathlon handlebars or other bar extensions is not permitted. Electric Bikes should comply with EAPC Regulations.


  1. This event is not a race or a trial of speed, but a personal challenge. As such there will be no list published of rider times or finishing positions.


  1. This event takes place on the open road, and you must obey the Highway Code at all times. Please keep to the signposted route at all times. If you deviate, you may not be covered by the rider's insurance and will not have access to the ride support.


  1. The wearing of hard-shell cycling helmets shall be compulsory.


  1. All participants must be over the age of 16 and have parental permission. 


  1. You understand and agree that you participate in this event entirely at your own risk, and that you must rely on your own ability in dealing with all hazards, and that you must ride in a manner which is safe to yourself and others. This includes adherence to the UK highway code and riding more than 2 abreast at any time.


  1. You accept that if you do not abide by this briefing sheet, then the organisers will make all reasonable efforts to remove you from the event.


  1. There are marshals supporting the route. They are there to offer support to riders in difficulty, but also are a high profile reminder of your obligations as riders to comply with the Highway Code and be ambassadors of the 100km Cycle for Wales Air Ambulance.


  1. Maintaining your fuel supply is very important. We recommend that you stop at least every 30 miles for a break and some refuelling. We will supply an itinerary including a scheduled stop for refreshments on route. We also recommend that you carry some food with you as emergency rations.


  1. Please ensure that you take adequate clothing to allow you to remain warm and dry throughout the day.


  1. If you feel tired and need to take a break, please take the opportunity to rest in a safe area.


  1. There will be some descents on this event that allow potential speeds in excess of 40mph. Please ensure you descend only at a speed you are comfortable with.
  2. No TT bikes allowed in this event.
  3.  Personal support vehicles are not allowed in British Cycling’s event Guidelines. If you are being supported by a friend or loved one during the event, can you please ensure that they do not impact the other entrants in any way.
  4. Please do not ride in a group if you are not comfortable in doing so. 


  1. The emergency support vans are available to assist riders in dire straits. We would anticipate that the self-sufficient, strong, experienced riders will not require their services. If you are going to abandon the ride, it is essential that you inform the event director, so that we can take account of all participants upon arrival at Llanelli. 


  1. The ride is supported by the emergency support vans on the basis that riders maintain an average of 9mph (including for all stops) based on an 7.30am start. The finish will be closed by 4pm. A support van will patrol the rear of the event and advise any riders unable to maintain the 9mph average that they will no longer be supported on the event.