The Tour of Britain 2023

The Tour of Britain is officially returning to Caerphilly County Borough on Sunday 10th September!

The world-class sporting event will draw to a conclusion in Caerphilly town centre, following 8 intense stages of racing spanning across the UK. With the action being broadcast on live television coverage (ITV4) – the event will showcase Caerphilly on the world stage as riders enter the borough via Nelson, pass through Llanbradach and complete two laps of Caerphilly Mountain before crossing the finish line in front of the iconic castle.

Here are the full details (including road closures) that will allow residents to plan ahead.

Riders will enter the county borough via the A4054, taking a right at the roundabout to join the A472 (Pontypridd Road) towards Nelson.

Approximate timings:

  • Riders entering the county borough via the A4054, Nelson – lead car approaching 14:26. Riders will arrive approximately 14:41.
  • Riders passing through Llanbradach – lead car approaching 14:39. Riders will arrive approximately 14:54.
  • Riders passing Pwyllwpant Roundabout – lead car approaching 14:44. Riders will arrive approximately 14:59.

The rolling road closure ends at the meeting point between Pontygwindy Road and Castle Street junction.

For more information on The Tour of Britain, visit the official website.

Click HERE to join the official Facebook event.

Road closures

Parking Map

Public car parks can be found at the following locations:
– Station Terrace car park, CF83 1JU (pay-and-display)
– Caerphilly Park-and-Ride, CF83 1JU (free)
– Morrisons / Castle Court Shopping Centre, CF83 1XP (free, maximum stay 3 hours)
🚴 There are several bike racks located within Caerphilly town centre, marked purple on the map. Bike racks can be found throughout Cardiff Road and outside Morrisons.

Essential information

Caerphilly Town Centre, CF83 1JL
CF83 1JL
Contact Name
The Tour of Britain
Email Address
01932 831 485

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