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The Times 28 January 2017 – cycle from Ludlow to Presteigne, 2 day route of 35 miles from Wheely Wonderful Cycling
The Times Travel section 0f 28 January featured our “Easy cycle tour to Wales” from Ludlow to Presteigne 2-day route of 35 miles.
Here are the details of this weekend cycling holiday, and you can see all all the information on this link to our website
Its a great cycle tour – lots of history, great views and cycling on quiet country lanes…and you visit two countries in one weekend.
Just found this rather dry sounding report on twitter
it is actually a fascinating insight to the welsh language and place names – and if you are exploring #Wales by bike – its essential reading. Get out your #OSmap and find out what that name on the map actually means. The word cloud below shows all the different word in the Welsh language for slopes, hills and mountains – definitely rivalling the Inuit for their legendary 50 words to describe snow.
On all our Welsh Cycling holidays, we provide you with an OS map and a brief guide to welsh place names – it helps you understand the terrain you are cycling through – you may not be able to pronounce it – but you can understand it!