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The eastern half of the Llanfair PG 400 . You can also ride the 400 as the Holyhead-Prestatyn 200 , or as Holyhead-Poynton or even Poynton-Holyhead

eBrevet This Perm can be ridden with the eBrevet. The ride starts and finishes in Dean Row, and nips over the border to Britain's newest city at St Asaph. The first leg involves an easy crossing of Cheshire through Delamere Forest, from where it's all down hill to Mickle Trafford. The Cheshire Greenway takes you through the centre of Chester on a traffic-free but well engineered cycle path.
An excellent traffic-free through Chester City
                <br>Centre on the Greenway
An excellent traffic-free through Chester City
Centre on the Greenway

After a first cafe stop in Shotton, you encounter the first main climb of the day, out from Flint up to Halkyn Mountain. Despite the name, this 'mountain' is only 263m high from where there are great views of Liverpool and the Wirral.

Descend to St Asaph and up the Clwyd valley to Denbigh. The cimb back over the Clwydian Hills then starts in earnest with a climb over Moel Arthur at 345m before returning to Shotton and back onto the Chester Greenway.

Return to Dean Row through Weaverham and Lower Peover.
If you like this ride, you may wish to try another of the Wigley Perms from Dean Row:

100km 150km 200km
Radway 100 Audlem 150 Eccleshall 200 Newport 200
Other Wigley Perms are also
available with starts from
Poynton , Stalybridge and
Uppermill .
Eureka 200 Ruthin 200
Holt Perm 200 St Asaph 200
Mere 200 Prestatyn 200
eBrevet Some Useful Café Suggestions:

70km: Connahs Quay, Corner cafe
103km: St Asaph St Asaph Cafe
164km: Helsby, Tesco cafe
Rider Numbers
8 2020: 6
7 2019: 4
6 2018: 7
5 2017: 9
4 2016: 19
3 2015: 10
2 2014: 5
1 2013: 6

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