AUK DIY events

Tony Hull: Southwest and South Wales AUK DIY events

Please read this before entering. It'll save time for both you and me.

DIY events are AUK routes that you plan yourself. Decide on the distance, design a route with approximately one control every sixty kilometres or so ( but there must be a control at every 'corner'). Check carefully that the shortest distances between controls add up to at least the distance you nominated. It doesn't matter what route you actually ride so long as it isn't possible to ride less than the nominated distance. There is further information on the AUK website. You can buy cards for Southwest and South Wales areas below. Before you ride, go to the online entry form* and complete it with a list of controls and the nominated distance. If you want me to check your route, send an email well in advance. I will endeavour to check it, but it remains your responsibility to ensure your route meets the criteria. After you have ridden, send the completed card to me with all necessary proofs of passage and a suitable SAE.

*If you're entering a GPS DIY, please use the AUK GPS form, which is pre-filled, here (Use the index sidebar to find the form, you'll need to sign in).

You must be an AUK member to use the DIY system. Choose the quantity you require, pay via your Paypal account or with plastic, and I'll send your cards. Allow up to four weeks for delivery, though I'll always get them to you as soon as possible. Postage is included in the price.

Choose type/quantity

Prices for payment by post or in person: £3.00 per card, £15.00 for six cards. Order from:-

Postal address for cards

Prices increased 19th Nov 2009 in line with other suppliers.

Online Entry form


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