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Sporting Event, Fri 14 Jun 2019

Powys,
LD7 1EN

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Powys will host the toughest-ever stage in OVO Energy Women’s Tour history as the race returns to Wales with Stage 5 passing through Knighton. The world’s best riders will tackle an arduous stage between The Lake at Llandrindod and the Royal Welsh Showground, Builth Wells on day five of the 2019 edition.

The 140-kilometre (87-mile) route through Powys, the first time the county has welcomed the Women’s Tour, will start at 10:30 and take in Knighton (11:28), Dolfor (12:08 - just south of Newtown), Rhayader (12:50) and Upper Chapel (north of Brecon). It will feature the SKODA Queen of the Mountains climbs of Gorddwr Bank (11.59 - on the B4355) and Pennau (13:29) along its unrelenting course. The stage passes through Builth Wells from 14:01, with the finish at the Showground shortly afterwards. All times are the earliest ETAs.

The total elevation gain of 2,206 metres makes stage five of this year’s race the hardest in the event’s history.

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Fri 14 Jun 2019

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Map reference: SO 285724  Lat: 52.34526 Long: -3.05099

Knighton is situated close to the Welsh/English border on the A488 road. It is 14 miles from the A44 and A483 close to Llandrindod Wells and 14 miles from the A49 near Ludlow.

Knighton is on the Heart of Wales railway line with 4/5 services a day in each direction Mondays to Saturdays and 2 on Sundays. There is also additional local public transport in and around the area.

Knighton is part of the Radnor ring cycle path and the NCN route 825.

The Offa's Dyke national trail passes through this town and the Glyndwrs Way national trail begins in this town.

Public Transport - www.traveline-cymru.info
Cycling - www.sustrans.org.uk

Parking: free

Parking: with charge

Accessible by Public Transport: 0 miles from Knighton station

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