the cannonball rally challenge

Road riders, this one is for you!  

The Cannonball Rally Challenge is a tarmac only roadbook navigation event with a difference.  You won’t require a rally tower, a roadbook holder, a trip, a compass, a tracker, or even a roadbook!  Now the entire roadbook and everything you’ll need to navigate is available in a single app.

The route takes you from north to south Wales, covering 425kms of the most scenic biking routes, B roads and lanes the country has to offer!

By taking part in this event you are also helping us to raise £6000 for Wales Air Ambulance.

Date:  Entries open on the 8th March 2022 and the route can be ridden anytime until the event closes at the end of June 2022.
Start Location:  Ruthin, North Wales
FINISH location:  Abergavenny, South Wales
ENTRY FEE: £99 incl. donation to Air Ambulance
Distance:  425km
Roadbook:  Digital
Terrain:  Tarmac only

What the riders say:

I would just like to say thank you as I did the Wales Cannonball at the weekend and what a fantastic 2 days riding I had.
Whoever spent the time to write the roadbook deserves a few pints from me.
Rob G

RALLYMOTO’S FIRST EVER 100% TARMAC DIGITAL ROADBOOK EVENT

HELP US RAISE £6000 FOR WALES AIR AMBULANCE!

By popular demand from those who would like to dip their toes into roadbook rallying but without getting their boots dirty, we have created a road based adventure accessible via our brand new RallyMoto Cannonball Rally Challenge roadbooking App.  The app will contain all the elements required to navigate by roadbook, alleviating the participant of the need to invest in an array of navigation equipment to take part, and giving more riders the opportunity to enjoy the thrills of roadbook rallying.

The aim of the challenge is to complete the entire route and hit every waypoint along the way, earning riders a ‘Mission Accomplished’.  Part of the entry fee will then go towards our goal of raising £6000 for Air Ambulance Wales.  

The first digital roadbook challenge will be the Cannonball Rally Challenge Wales – running from March to May 2022