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Cycling

OVO Grand Depart Cycle Race 2020

Cornwall will host the
OVO Energy Tour of Britain for the first time ever in September 2020, with the Grand Depart of next year’s race seeing riders travel 170 kilometres through the Cornish countryside, starting at Penzance and ending in Bodmin.


“From diehard cycling fans clamouring to line the country’s roads to see the world’s best go wheel-to-wheel roadside, to those new to our fantastic sport watching from home on television, this race transcends the ordinary. All eyes will firmly be on Cornwall next September as the county welcomes the OVO Energy Tour of Britain for the first time in its history.”


The stage’s provisional route (subject to final approval) will also visit St Just, St Ives, Hayle, Camborne, Pool, Redruth, Falmouth, Penryn, Truro, Newquay, St Austell and the Eden Project.

 


Grand Depart Cycle race

 

 

Cycle Paths: The Cornish Way Cycle Path starts at Land's End. The following route passes very locally to us and can be picked up within 1/4 mile or start at Lands End (6 miles) Bicycles can be hired locally and delivered to Anjarden to await your arrival.

  Example Route: Land's End - St Buryan - Mousehole - Penzance - Hayle
LENGTH: 23 miles (4 miles traffic-free)
Land's End to Penzance: 14 miles
THE ROUTE
Starting at Land's End, the western most end of Cornwall, the path follows the coastline from Land's End to Sennen Cove along dramatic clifftops. Traveling inland via St Buryan, at the ancient monument of the Merry Maidens Stone Circle the path splits into two. The scenic coastal route via the pretty fishing village of Mousehole has stunning views over Mounts Bay and over to the historic island of St Michaels Mount, off Marazion. To avoid the steep coastal path, carry on direct to Newlyn along the B3315. The route continues through Penzance along the coast to Marazion, from where minor roads lead inland up to the Hayle Estuary and bird reserve.

Click here for route maps

 

 

The local roads around Anjarden are lightly used, even in Summer, and the hedgerows are beautiful in May & June!

 
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