The Tour of Pembrokeshire was founded by a group of passionate cyclists with the aim of creating an event that would showcase not only the amazing terrain of the region, but also attract riders from across the UK and beyond.
Since its inception, the Tour has grown into a major cycling event, bringing together more than 1000 riders each year.
After initially being held at Folly Farm near Narberth, the event moved to Saundersfoot before finally finding its current home in St Davids. The new location has not only allowed for more spectacular coastal and mountainous scenery but has also brought in even more participants per year.
The Tour has received high acclaim from top publications such as Cycling Plus, Cyclist magazine and Cycling Weekly, and has even caught the attention of cycling celebrities like Chris Boardman M.B.E. and Dame Katherine Grainger. The Tour of Pembrokeshire is dedicated to supporting organisations such as the Paul Sartori Foundation, Llamau, and Cancer Research Wales.