Coed Llandegla thoughts?
Its good for an ‘on the way to somewhere else’ place. We went recently after not being for ages and for someone that loves jumpy, bermy stuff, its superb. Love all the new’ish stuff and the freeride park at the end with the jumps and drop-offs is excellent. Maybe trail centres need to be privately owned if they’re to have the bottle/freedom to put decent drops into trails like the last section at Llandegla?
No showers and limited to getting changed in the bogs if its lashing down.Posted 6 years agononkMember
when i am at any other trail centre in wales i feel like i am at least a little bit out there in the same way that you would going proper mountain biking. when i go to llandegla i feel like i am at some kind of ropey tourist attraction. riding is still worth a visit mind you.Posted 6 years agodon simonMember
As a complete newbie to trail centres and Coed Llandegla my impression is that the blue is a nice warm up, red is a little longer (1 hour steady) and not too technical. Black is doable on a 100mm hardtail, granted I did miss part of the first black section, and is what I would classify as not too technical cross country as in you need more fitness than technical ability and is doable at a steady pace in the 1.5 hour mark.Posted 6 years ago
I didn’t see anything that requires a FS, body armour or a full face helmet.
You will love it or hate it depending on your expectations. Gnarly it isn’t, fast and lung busting it is.
Me and my jeyness have embraced it. 😀
I kind of think it would be a good place for an STW informal weekend meet.
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