Welcome To The Five Valleys...

This challenging and exciting sportive is being held annually in aid of prostate cymru that helps raise awareness and support for men in wales with prostate cancer. a testing, tough and historic route awaits those who enter this fun, popular and rapidly growing event.
  • Established in 2013, we are celebrating our 5th annual Five Valleys Sportive

  • 1048 riders have completed the sportive to date
  • The Five Valleys Sportive is one of Wales’ premier sportives

  • Since founded we have raised an outstanding £25,000

  • Surprise celebrity guests start the sportive each year. Over the last 5 years we have been joined by Olympic gold medalist Nicole Cooke & former Welsh International Rugby players Richard Webster, Rhys Williams,
John Devereux, Gwyn Evans, Gareth Cooper, Dafydd James & Ray Giles

  • Timed event with electronic tagging

  • Two different route options, Long route (72m) & Short route (54m)

  • Feeding & water stations, mechanical support & medical support


Go On, Test Your Limits…

Whether you are a club, part of a club, an enthusiast or just a reasonably experienced rider, we fully recommend you add this event to your annual cycling calendar. The history of the Five Valleys race route comes from an event which was started as a road race by the Port Talbot Wheelers in 1958 and grew to become one of the most famous races held in Wales. It was the only race in Wales which was given a Star Trophy status – this rating is now called Premier Calendar. The reason for its popularity was because it was such an arduous course taking in some of the most historical climbs in South Wales.

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History of The Five Valleys…

The history of the Five Valleys race route comes from an event which was started as a road race by the Port Talbot Wheelers in 1958 and grew to become one of the most famous races held in Wales, it was the only race in Wales which was given a Star Trophy status – this rating is now called Premier Calendar. The reason for its popularity was because it was such an arduous course taking in some of the most historical climbs in South Wales.