The Trans Cambrian Way?

The Trans Cambrian Way is a long distance mountain bike route spanning the width of Wales from Knighton to Dovey Junction on the west coast. The route is approximately 100 miles long and crosses through some very remote countryside. Originally devised and mapped by IMBA, it was intended to be a 3 day ride. There are plenty of riders who will find a 3 day crossing a satisfying challenge ... then there are the 'others'!


Times are listed in no particular order.

• Chris Schröder. Solo. East - West. 10H 18m SS

• Gary Benniman. Solo. East - West. 14H 22m

• Matt Clinkard. Solo. East - West. 14H 0m

• Chris Purt / Ian Wilmshurst. Pair. East - West. 12H 56m

• Philip Richmond. Solo. East - West. 10H 58m

• Ian Barrington.  Solo. Double.  32H 33m  SS

• Mark Goldie.  Solo. East - West.  11H 44m  SS

• Jason Miles / Dave Powell.  Pair.  East - West.  12H 10m

• John Houlihan.  Solo.  East - West.  13H 30m

• Dave Barter.  Solo.  West - East.  13H 22m

• Huw Vaughan Williams.  Solo.  West - East.  15H 26m  SS

• Duncan Porter.  Solo.  East - West.  11H 24m

• Steve Large.  Solo.  Double.  28H 10m

• Michael Hanreck.  Group.  East - West.  13H 01m

• Guy Richardson.  Group.  East - West.  13H 01m

• Chris Hewings.  Group.  East - West.  13H 01m

• Phil Sweeny.  Solo.  West - East.  12H 21m