Can I ride the Full Everest Route on Day 1 and the Medium or Short Route on Day 2?
Yes, riders are free to choose the route to follow but must inform the organisers on the morning of the Event.
What does fully self-supported mean?
With the exception of the re-supply at the check point on the Full Everest, riders are completely self-supported and must manage all their own food, water, navigation, bike repairs etc and cannot rely on the support of an event vehicle/ resources.
Can I book an extra night accommodation on the Sunday night?
Yes, please let us know in advance. Bunk House £25, Camping £15.
Is there an ATM?
The nearest ATM is approximately 6 miles away.
Will there be a bar at the event?
Yes, there will be a cash bar at the event which will close at 10.30pm. There are also 3 village pubs in Talybont-On-Usk a short stroll from the Hub.
Can I just do one day of riding?
No problem, but the Entry Fee will be the same.
- Accommodation: Bunkhouse (Dormitory accommodation – limited supply) or Wild Camping (Own tent) – depending on package booked;
- Breakfast: Saturday & Sunday – Complimentary Cereals, Toast, Bananas, Tea, Coffee. (4.30am to 5.30am) for riders staying at the Hub;
- Meals: Friday & Saturday – Complimentary evening meal (Outdoor BBQ subject to weather) – last serving 10pm.
- Checkpoints: Water & fruit at designated checkpoint on Full Course
- Route: Electronic route will be supplied. The route will be unmarked so all riders will need a navigation device as this challenge is unsupported.
- Complimentary T-Shirt: Riders who complete the Full Everesting Route.
- Free access to Wi-Fi at the Hub;
- Parking: Free Parking – Spaces are limited (first come first served);