MyMicrogap campaign for Brits to take more short-breaks in UK

2019-03-07 Cycling Destinations SHARE:

Book your UK short-break and get an extra 10% off with our exclusive deal...

VisitEngland has launched a campaign to inspire more young Brits to discover the UK by taking mini gap-year style breaks. The campaign, launched by VisitEngland and run in partnership with the tourism organisations of Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, is part of a drive to get more young people to holiday at home. What a great idea... To coincide with this brilliant campaign are discounting their already low prices by an additional 10% using our exclusive code STAYUK10. All cyclists are encouraged to use the code and book your staycation before it runs out on the 10th of March. Hooray!!! Follow this link to book your UK cycling break.

Maybe you would like to try your chances on the steepest road in Wales. The road in question is the Ffordd Pen Llech, a narrow and winding residential street that local residents are claiming holds an average gradient of 36% a whole 1% higher than Baldwin Street in New Zealand. Here is the actual Strava link to see for yourself. Ffordd Pen Llech with an average gradient of 21%. Let see, if you can challenge the current Kom holder which did the climb in an impressive 56 seconds at an average speed of 15.3kmh. Ouch... You can stay at the 3-star Crown Lodge at the outskirts of Harlech. Prices start at £110pp including your breakfast.

While in North Wales, what about staying in one of many picturesque villages scattered around Snowdonia, your gateway to some excellent cycling routes and climbs. Have a look here for some participating hotels and claim your 10% discount..

There are so many great places and rides around the UK so whatever your plans and schedules, you may have, now is a good chance to book them and get the extra 10%. Keep on smiling and riding your bike. Follow this link to book your UK cycling break.

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