Bike Park Wales Home › Forum › Bike Forum › Bike Park Wales Viewing 11 posts - 1 through 11 (of 11 total) Bike Park Wales TheArtistFormerlyKnownAsSTRSubscriber Excellent job – absolutely loved it yesterday! Not even the weather could dampen our spirits, although MT91’s and sealskins full of water was a little uncomfy by the end of the day. Just about the only run we didn’t try was Dai Hard, as it was closed – favourite run has to be Enter The Dragon, into Pork Belly, into Deep Navigation. Respect to the guys we saw at the top, in mixtures of lycra, fingerless gloves, Bermuda shorts, trainers and riding old, entry level hardtails. Can’t wait to get back in the summer. Posted 4 years ago cardoSubscriber Brill init!… have been twice and loved it, should be back in June. Posted 4 years ago singlespeedstuSubscriber How was Half Cut in the wet? 😆 Posted 4 years ago TheArtistFormerlyKnownAsSTRSubscriber Aah – missed half cut too – carried on down Bonneyville, or maybe did Rock N Roll – not sure Posted 4 years ago singlespeedstuSubscriber I’ll answer my own question for you. In the wet it’s by far the most techy section in the whole of the park. 😆 Posted 4 years ago superfliMember 1/2 cut is excellent, love that trail, even more so in the wet:-) Posted 4 years ago maxtorqueMember I did Half cut a week or so ago, and yup, in the wet, once you’ve started, there’s no stopping/going back…… 😉 Posted 4 years ago theragMember Dai hard is pretty hard in these conditions. I get down it, but far from fast. Posted 4 years ago singlespeedstuSubscriber max. I was in the area the day you lot were at BPW . Believe me it was dry that day. 😉 Posted 4 years ago maxtorqueMember It was indeed a dry day, but the woods were still gopping! 😉 Posted 4 years ago singlespeedstuSubscriber Try it on a propper Welsh wet day. **** lethal springs to mind. Posted 4 years ago Viewing 11 posts - 1 through 11 (of 11 total) The topic ‘Bike Park Wales’ is closed to new replies.