James Lyons spends time riding the bits that you drive past at 70mph on your way to Glyncorrwyg and Afan.
Benji and trusty lieutenant JonWIII travel to the southerest, westerest bits of Wales in search of fresh trails. And they find them, nestled among the gales.
Brechfa Forest and the Carmarthenshire Hills Chipps gets laundered by Welsh weather and eroded by the trails. And still has a good time.
Benji Haworth takes us on a tour of known and new twists on and around Wales’ most famous mountain.
Sandwiched neatly between Snowdonia and Offa’s Dyke, the Berwyn Mountains are a deserted
mountain gem – merely rushed through by most riders on their way to Snowdonia and equally
neglected by walkers. This makes them ideal for the solitude seeking mountain biker.
Steve Thomas, the self-proclaimed King of the Berwyns, takes a moment to show us a corner of
this hidden kingdom.
The Mountain Biking Centre at Coed Llandegla Forest opened during late summer 2005 and has already proved to be extremely popular with mountain bikers from across North Wales.
Forestry Commission Wales’ mountain bike Mecca, Coed-y-Brenin forest is home to an ever increasing network of fantastic handbuilt all weather singletrack and even a dual slalom course. The technical roller coaster riding will have you grinning like a fool, with stunning mountain views of surrounding Snowdonia and the coast that’ll take your breath away.