- Afan, top cafe to bottom cafe now completely off-road ?
Afan & Glynncorrwg
Yes exactly that. I’m thinking for an upcoming trip (a while away yet) the non-cyclist people can ride up from the Afan visitors center to the Glycorrwg center to meet us while we do the W2 ride, so meeting them at the cafe and then having lunch etc. Last time I tried it, where you cross the river though to Cymmer it used to take in a chunk of road.Posted 1 month ago
That would make sense yes, so as the Wall trail goes left and starts to climb, you continue straight. Based upon what others are saying above that’s seeming likely to be the case, but as i say, last time we tried it (coming down, not going up) it wasn’t possible and pushed you out onto the road by a massive concrete bridge (Not the bridge by the loop at the end of the Wall) about half way down.
Just trying really to integrate some of the less capable riders into the trip so they don’t feel quite so left out. Although the fact it will potentially be rainy/wet/cold may actually mean they’re fairly unlikely to go anyhow.Posted 1 month ago
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