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  • BPW trying to book a session!
  • rollindoughnut
    Free Member

    What have I missed?
    Just trying to book a peddle pass. Can’t get past the login page.
    Registering as new customer, creating password. Then what?
    Try to log in with new password, it’s not recognised.
    Stuff like this does my head in.

    thegeneralist
    Full Member

    Perhaps they’re non transferable;-)

    rollindoughnut
    Free Member

    Eh?

    rollindoughnut
    Free Member

    Oh gawd! You’re not that Facebook nutter are you?

    v7fmp
    Full Member

    just go to this page…

    https://www.bikeparkwales.com/mountain-bike-park-day-passes

    find a date in green on the calendar that suits. add 1 x day pass. enter your name. click confirm.

    then pay.

    easy peasy lemon squeezy!

    Joe
    Free Member

    Why does anyone need a booking system to ride at a trail centre? Agree with the OP. It’s the endless tedium of modern life – the inability to turn up and do things. Endless call centres, looking menus on QR codes, ordering to your table using your smart phone, registering accounts, forgot your password, reset with a secret anwser, do a secret dance verified by a piece of AI software which doesn’t work. Bloody boring.

    kayak23
    Full Member

    Why does anyone need a booking system to ride at a trail centre?

    Presumably it forms part of their insurance.
    You sign a waiver in doing so, or at least agree that what you’re doing is inherently dangerous.

    lister
    Full Member

    Why does anyone need a booking system to ride at a trail centre

    Because there are only so many seats on the buses and he wants to book one of them? I’m not sure an uplift service could operate without knowing how many people were coming on a particular day.

    intheborders
    Free Member

    Why does anyone need a booking system to ride at a trail centre?

    To reserve your place on the uplift?

    nickc
    Full Member

    Yep, you can just rock up to BPW at any time and ride up just like any trail centre, the booking process is for the uplift

    joebristol
    Full Member

    Surely you still have to pay to pedal up at BPW – isn’t there any limit on numbers for that based on car park capacity?

    I think the summer before last we just booked it the night before on impulse to pedal / push up rather than drive to Afan which was our original plan

    ayjaydoubleyou
    Full Member

    You have to pay to pedal up. And book.

    But last summer I booked late saturday night and went on a beautiful sunny sunday (may even have been school holidays) with no issue.

    This was when contacts of CV19 cases had to isolate so I wasnt keen on getting in the bus. Others felt similar so there were quite a few of us making our way up the climb.

    rollindoughnut
    Free Member

    Yeah, it says you have to book a peddle pass. It’s only £15 with total availability. I just couldn’t get through the login page. Endless loop of create new password, password not recognised…
    I’ll try again sometime on the desktop rather than my phone, see if that makes a difference. Actually I’ll probably just do Cwmcarn. Was undecided which to do and this has probably tipped it.

    dcwhite1984
    Free Member

    Why does anyone need a booking system to ride at a trail centre?

    Theoretically you dont, but BPW is a privately owned bike park not a trail centre, they ask you to book and sign a waiver for their insurance to be effective.

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