...who moved his bike out of the way so that I could get past his group who'd spread themselves over the whole width of the fireroad when they stopped.
Shame his group was stopped right by where the singletrack turned back off the fireroad and the gap made was right against the side it turned off from, making it impossible to turn onto the singletrack without stopping and lifting my bike round (I don't do trials hippy hoppy stuff).
No thanks at all to the member of his group who was sitting on top of the marker post signing the turn off, completely hiding it, so that the first I knew of the turn off was as I came alongside the turn and spotted the trail (I suppose it could have been worse - if the gap had been on the opposite side of the fireroad I might not have even spotted the singletrack).
If you're in a huge group and feel the need to stop and spread across the whole of the fireroad at the start of a bit of singletrack at a trail centre, why not try and avoid blocking the way for others - something which could have easily been managed by simply riding on another 10m?
Surely some member of that group must be a STW member? Anybody else riding at Afan yesterday?