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Carmarthenshire seals its reputation for sport

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Carmarthenshire has sealed its reputation as a world-class host of major sporting events following its welcome of the Tour of Britain.
Stage One of the UK’s biggest road race took place in the county on Sunday, September 2, bringing 120 of the world’s top

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Five new road cycling routes unveiled for Carmarthenshire

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Five new road cycling routes through Carmarthenshire’s breath-taking countryside and coast have been unveiled today ahead of the Tour of Britain Grand Depart at Pembrey Country Park.
Carmarthenshire County Council has launched its Cycling Hub of Wales destination guide showcasing

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Ensure your business benefits from the Tour of Britain!

Posted By Robert Lloyd

When the Tour of Britain comes to Carmarthenshire for the first time on September 2 it promises to attract thousands of visitors and bring many more local people out to enjoy the spectacle and community events around the county.
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Giant step for Carmarthenshire, giant bike for County Hall!

Posted By Robert Lloyd

A giant bike has appeared at Carmarthen’s County Hall as the countdown to the Tour of Britain continues.

Carmarthenshire County Council has unveiled the six-metre statue as part of its welcome to the most prestigious cycling road

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Could Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas be heading to Carmarthenshire?

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas could be among the world-class cyclists to race through Carmarthenshire in September as it hosts Stage One of the prestigious Tour of Britain.
The eyes of the world have followed Geraint’s historic win at the world’s biggest cycling

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Have you spotted one of the Carmarthenshire Tour of Britain green bikes?

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Distinctive green bikes have been located around Carmarthenshire to mark the route of the Tour of Britain on September 2.
The bikes are part of a wider marketing campaign to get the whole county involved in celebrating the biggest professional cycling race in the

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