Posted: Fri 24th May 2024

Gear up for an amazing BMX Stunt Show for the Tour of Britain Women Village for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Friday, May 24th, 2024

Llwyn Isaf will be buzzing with excitement when the Tour of Britain Women Village is set up to complement the main race event.

Organisers say, “The main attraction will be an amazing BMX team that you’ll not get tired of. The riders will be flying through the air performing the most breath taking and impressive tricks and stunts – just like you see on the TV”

Cllr Nigel Williams, Lead Member for Economy and Regeneration, said, “This is an amazing stunt show and certainly one I’m looking forward to seeing. The Tour of Britain Women promises to be an exciting event and officers are working hard to ensure that people of all ages are able to have a great time between the start and finish of the race in the city centre.

“Along the route if you can’t make it to the city centre please show your support and give them a warm Wrexham welcome.”

What else can I do at the Tour of Britain Women Village?

  • Welsh Cycling will be providing cycling activities for members of the public to try out.
  • There’ll be E-Bikes available for people to try out
  • Our Play Team will be on-site with giant games and inflatable play equipment
  • Various stalls including TOB official cycling stands
  • There will be information stands from different WCBC departments and the TOB official cycling stands.

If you’re going to the city centre for the event please check out the parking and road closures that will be in place to ensure everyone’s safety – more here.

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