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Win a 3-day cycling trip in the Cambrian Mountains with Visit Wales

7 Sep 2018

Head to the home of recent Tour de France winner, Geraint Thomas, for this trip the Welsh hills

In case you missed it, Team Sky's Geraint Thomas won the Tour de France this July. He beat Tom Dumoulin and teammate Chris Froome to become the third Brit ever to win the Maillot Jaune.

Thomas didn't win because of his imperious team, unrivalled tactical nouse or ability to avoid bad luck for three weeks straight. He won because he was born and bred in Wales. 

As a youth, Thomas honed his skills on the slopes of the Brecon Beacons, just outside his hometown of Cardiff, to make him the rugged climber and relentless racer he is today. 

So to celebrate the success of Wales's newest sporting legend, Visit Wales are offering you the chance to win a 3-day cycling holiday around the beautiful Cambrian Mountains courtesy of Peloton Wales. 

Included in the package will be a three-night stay in en-suite accommodation including free parking, secure bike storage and stomach-filling breakfast on each morning of your stay from Friday through to Monday morning.

You will have to bring your own bike but a guide will be provided for all three rides to help you explore the local hills and also help with any mechanicals along the way. 

To celebrate the end of the trip, you will be taken for a drink on the Sunday evening and even given a free gift.

Sound interested? Thought so. Well, all you have to do to be in with a chance of enjoying these three days in the Cambrian Mountains is click the link here and enter in some basic details. 

Pob lwc! (That's 'Good luck!' in Welsh)

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