Welcome to the Brecon Beast website
"Are you fit-enough, mean-enough, mad-enough or brave-enough to tackle the Beast of the Beacons?"
"Are you up for a mountain bike challenge that takes on some of the highest and best trails that Wales can offer?"
"If so, then the Brecon Beacons Beast is the mountain bike event that you've been looking for".
Photo by P.Barrett
Brecon Beast Introduction
If taking on some of the toughest, highest and most scenic tracks and trails found in the Brecon Beacons is your choice of fun, then the Brecon Beacons Beast is the mountain bike enduro for you.
The Beast offers you a choice of a LONG and a SHORT route with the shorter route sharing the same course as the longer route for most of it's duration. The distances may vary from year to year. The choice is your's but either way, the event will put your biking skills and endurance to the test.
Much of the route follows by-ways and bridleways across open mountainside but some sections, including forestry sections, cross private land which it is not possible to ride at other times of the year. To make it even more worthwhile for those taking on the challenge, all profits raised by the event's entry fees are donated to local charities - your efforts go to help others in need.
So if you think you're up to the challenge and want to support some fantastic causes, why not come and tackle the Beast.
"Give her a go - she'll tame you or beat you".
Ride Details Beast 2014
- Date: Sunday September 14th 2014, 9.00am
- Start / Finish: Penlan Running Track, Brecon
- Online Entry Cost: £30/person
- Entry Cost On the Day: £35/person
CASH ONLY - SORRY NO CHEQUES ACCEPTED
- Free Camping (Saturday Night)
- Pasta Party (Saturday Night)
- Spot Prizes
- Free entry into raffle for GT mountain bike
- En-route refreshments
- Distances: 71km Long Route & 51km Short Route
- 2013 Donations
- 2013 Raffle Prize (KTM Mountain Bike)
- Featured Team - Padyak UK
Brecon Beast Forum
2014 Entry Form
- Online Entry is Closed
- What is my Rider Number?
Bed & Breakfast
Thanks & Causes
Lastly a BIG Thanks goes to the Forestry Commission