The Pan Celtic Race 2019 is a 1,437 mile, 86,334 ft climb, self-supported cycling adventure, journeying through the Celtic Nations of Scotland, Ireland and Wales.


Date: July 7

Time: 10:00 am


Cost: £380

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Organizer: Matt Ryan


The route starts in the Highlands of Scotland and takes the riders on an epic adventure along coastal roads and awe-inspiring mountain views. The riders then head to Belfast to discover Ireland’s East Coast and ancient landmarks. Finally the riders journey over to Fishguard, Wales, through wild Celtic countryside to finish in the Seaside town of Llandudno.

FIXED ROUTE: Scotland, Ireland & Wales

DISTANCE: 1437 miles / 2312 km

ELEVATION GAIN: 86,334 ft / 26,314 m

DURATION: 7 – 14 days

FERRIES INCLUDED: Scotland – Ireland & Ireland – Wales

SHORTER ROUTE OPTION: 827 miles / 1331 km & 47,723 ft / 14,546 m

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