Will let you know on return how good it is
Well (Munqe-chick) as promised on my return I would let you know what it was like at Sierra Cycling
I was a little apprehensive at first as my Missus was still suffering from a lack of confidence after having a bad off at Coed Y Brenin a week before we arrived at Alans, but this was quickly dispelled as she was taken onto easy local trails to give her a feel of the type of riding we would encounter over the following weeks.
The host's Alan and Mary run a very relaxed, friendly and professional riding holiday with excellent facilities (2x4 bedroom villas, swimming pool, beach within 100 metres and an endless amount of Restaurants).
The fridge is constantly stocked with free Beer, Wine, Brut, Cans Pop, Milk and there are nibbles like chocy biscuits, peanuts and other stuff, If you do run out a quick word with Alan and he arrives with new supplies. Mornings at breakfast are just as good with fresh bread, fruit and cereals and Marys superbly cooked english fry up to get you ready for the days cycling.
Now to the riding, there is something to suit all styles from Easy Fire Track & Flowing Forest Trails, to masses of Fast Singletrack and plenty of Rocky Technical Decents.
The Guides (Jonny & Anthony) both superb guys will tailor the riding to the groups ability which sometimes means splitting into 2 groups for a morning ride, then maybe meeting for lunch and everyone riding together in the afternoon. This isn't a bad thing even if you are much better than others in the group as there is loads of steep technical drops and runs which go off the fire track and can be done whilst the less techy people ride aroud and meet you at the bottom.
So in a Nut Shell it is Definitely worth a visit for some fantastic Riding with Great Guides and a Fantastic Location to boot.
10 out of 10 (We will be going back).