2019 ROUTE GUIDE: WALES

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Journeying on to stage 3, our clan riders will face their bid for home and pit their wits against the wild landscape of Wales, through Celtic pathways centuries old and sites full of legend. The Ferry Crossing The crossing from Rosslare to Fishguard runs only twice a day, so this will prove an interesting timing challenge for riders. Once aboard, ... Read More

BE SEEN. BE SAVE. LIFEPAINT BY VOLVO

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During the Pan Celtic Race 2019 we want all riders to be visible to other road users at all times, in all conditions. Partnering with Rybrook Volvo and supplying each rider with a can of LifePaint means that our vision for making riders as safe as possible is now a reality. You can find out more about LifePaint at the ... Read More

2019 ROUTE GUIDE: IRELAND

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Having ventured across the Scottish landscape, our Clan riders will travel west to Stage 2: Ireland, the Emerald Isle and the Celtic discoveries that await. The Ferry Crossing The Ferry crossing from Cairn Ryan to Belfast will give riders a few hours to rest, recharge and reflect on their journey so far. As they disembark the ferry at Belfast harbour, ... Read More

2019 ROUTE GUIDE: SCOTLAND

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The Pan Celtic Race invites riders to explore the Celtic lands of Scotland, Ireland and Wales, to face challenges along stunning roads that wind around ancient landmarks as their story is told. Stage 1: Scotland is full of vast landscapes, remote wilderness and cultural treasures from the past and present. Here are just some of the highlights awaiting riders. Before ... Read More

THE GATHERING, MARCH 2019 – Part 2

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The grey light of an overcast day illuminates the room where we’d found ourselves a hot and humid sleep, surrounded by radiators adorned with drying clothes. We moan but are reminded about our fortunate circumstances, things could have been very different. Riders quickly busy themselves readying for the day ahead. One or two just sit and stare. Roll mats are ... Read More