- Dalby Forest?
Went before New Year for first time. Second Topangarider on the carpark – take something to stand on and get changed!
Definitely worth the 50 mile drive, I did about that to get there from the in-laws’ place in Leeds.
Very pleasantly surprised at quality of riding, flows pretty well and never seems like too much climbing. Fun bike park bit halfway round.
Did most of the black detours, wouldn’t do them again – red was mostly better.
If you do the black option raised timber bit, do not lock your brakes if the wood is wet!!Posted 9 years agodidmattSubscriber
I’m often at Dalby forest with it being my local trail centre. The red, as many people have said is alot of fun and at this time of year alot better then the Black route. Theres parts of the black route which isn’t really ridable when is been pretty wet. Its worth the trip if you get chance!Posted 9 years agoKingofBiscuitsMember
Will – I live in Sheff and it usually takes me about 1 and a half hours to get to Dalby. Really quick as its mostly M’way wereas Llandegla in comparison, the nearest Welsh trail center, is 2 hours plus (damn Glossop and Tintwhistle oe whatever its called).
I agree with the majority of posts. Red is a nice route with plenty of places to stretch your legs but not all of the Blacks (descents and climbs)are worth it. Well worth a visit. Bike park is good for a laugh too.Posted 9 years ago
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