We would like to thank all our supporters and sponsors...
Isle of Anglesey County Council
Thank you for supporting the coastal path and your approval to run the race. BIG thanks to Will and his hard working crew at the Holyhead Breakwater Park for allowing us to host the start and finish of the RoF at this incredible site.
Bragdy Cybi, based in Holyhead, make some of the best craft beers around. Their beers are handmade with care and attention, always in small batches and have been a sell-out success story.
Bragdy Cybi provide craft beer giftset prizes for all winners and we’ll have a tasty beer for all Ring O’ Fire runners who cross the line on Sunday!
“Bragdy Cybi, inspired by life on the island, the people, the culture and the language: all that in a beer!”
Lligwy Beach Cafe (and tipi)
Thank you to Chel and the team for providing the tastiest breakfast rolls and the best check point food ever to the runners at 7am on Day 2. Located in a quiet sandy bay on the north of the island, hosting wild swimming, great food and drinks.
A local distillery producing award winning spirits since 2018. Kindly gifting a bottle of local gin or rum to the top ROF runners!.
Expedition Foods provides top quality freeze-dried meals to internationally acclaimed explorers, rowers, sailors, endurance athletes and mountaineers as well as campers, scouts, film crews, military personnel
and rescue service teams all over the world. Great discounts available to ROF runners!
Harvey Maps offering discounted durable maps to all ROF runners.
Anglesey Sea Zoo
The Sea Zoo kindly let us to use their land to set up Check Point 10 on Day 2. A great day out to get close to sea creatures and understand what goes on under the sea.
The Ship Inn at Red Wharf Bay
Offering fine local produce. The team kindly let us use their land to set up Check Point 6 early on Day 2.
Fabric Maps - Freedom for anyone to adventure anywhere.