2019 MARK GUNTER PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS

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Two of the photographers who worked on the Pan Celtic Race 2019 had their photos from the race submitted to the 2019 Mark Gunter Photography Awards. The competition attracts photographers of all abilities from around the world and this year saw the highest number of entries yet. Pitched against photos from the Professional Tour Series and Elite Cycling, 3 images ... Read More

PAN CELTIC RACE 2019 – THE FILM

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We're excited to let you all know that the Pan Celtic Race 2019 film is now available to watch online via our YouTube Channel. Enter inside the race, hearing the thoughts of riders and organisers alike. View the stunning and challenging landscapes of Scotland, Ireland and Wales. Witness our Clan riders on their epic journeys that tested body, mind and ... Read More

2019 LATE SUMMER GATHERING

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Clan Rider #10 Stephen Haines has written a brilliant account of the recent late Summer Gathering that took place in southern England. Thanks to all riders for joining us on this adventure. On a morning a couple of days before the Autumn equinox, bikes were being assembled next to cars and riders getting their breakfast at McDonalds as the clan ... Read More

2019 THE GATHERING – SPECIAL EDITION

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Cloud 9 Cycles and Pan Celtic Race present: The Gathering - Special Edition. This is an exciting weekend event including a premiere film screening of the Pan Celtic Race 2019, Restrap's 'Arigatou', followed by weekend riding, including a tour of Enigma Bicycleworks and an overnight stay in Hailsham. Full weekend schedule: 06/12/2019  18:00 - The Gathering begins, doors open at ... Read More

2020 RACE ENTRIES OPEN

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UPDATE: Entries for the Pan Celtic Race 2020 are now booked up and we're no longer accepting waiting list applications. The 2020 Edition of the Race will start in Cornwall then through the Celtic Corridor of England into South Wales. From there riders will make their way across to Ireland and finally back into North Wales for the finish. You ... Read More