Just been to see it and It's all doable. There are some STEEP sections but they are short lived and rollable. Biggest problem will be traffic.
Dyfi Enduro Roll Call/Weather Watch/Tyre Thread
Does it use any of the Climachx?
I've done that loads of times but never done any of the 'off piste' stuff in the Dyfi Forest.
Turnercraig - They used "better late than never" in reverse 2 years ago, and some of the fire road links. As a rule the organisers don't use much of the Climach-x course though..
Biggest problem will be traffic.
By the time we get there, there'll be no problem with traffic Dan...
I havn't done the Dyfi before but I can imagine that if the descents are quite technical there will be a lot of walkers??
All good fun though
Woop woop I'm driving up after work tomorrow just finished packing hopefully be there by 8 so ifyou see a hood rat style vectra come for a cider oh I'm running a high roller and a ardent.
Sorry, but the farmer has asked for no BBQ’s
Are we talking about disposable BBQs that burn the grass or any BBQ? I'm assuming its any type of BBQ
I would imagine he means no setting light to any thing arn muy laaand.
I've done what I think is called the World Cup Descent, but when it was nice and dry and there was no one around. I can't imagine doing it when it's wet and muddy and covered in bikes.
Although I don't imagine they'll be many bikes around by the time I get there at least.
Sunday looks ok. Metcheck has been wildly wrong for the last few months.
It's dry in Aberystwyth right now but it started raining in the Dyfi Forest last night just as I was leaving. Trails will be dampened down a little but not badly I'd imagine. Depends what tonight's scheduled rain does though. Only a couple of millimeters forecast
Tomorrow looks better but as for today and tonight.......
A mainly dry start but it won't be long before showers develop, becoming widespread and often heavy by lunchtime, with thunder likely. These are expected to continue through the afternoon then, perhaps becoming most concentrated across central Wales by dusk. Maximum temperature 13 °C.
Heavy showers continuing for many places at first, gradually become confined to southeast Wales later in the night and clearing most places by dawn. Clear spells developing away from showers.
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