- The 'Rhayader Round" route – suitable for 15 fellas on stag?
by the time we get everyone sorted in the morning, it’ll probably be time for a pint. limiting factor is we’ve got to get a couple of bikes back to the hire shop by 5.30, so can’t ****t about for too long, plus got to get the bbq fired up in good time…
clarkpm4242 – cheers for that, looks good.Posted 4 years agomtMember
Speak to Clive or Neil at the bike shop (Clive Powell Mountain Bikes) in Rhayader they will give you some great routes. Tell them you want to go up Bonk Hill and down the full length of the Links to finish. Trust it’s worth it. Great place to ride the Elan Valley. That route you mention above is really good but it’s not for total beginners.Posted 4 years ago
so heading up to Rhayader for stag do this weekend, and the plan is to ride some bikes and as always it’s a bit of a mixed ability group. I’ve been nosing round the old interweb for some route guidance and found a write up of the something called the ‘Rhayader round’Posted 4 years ago
any of you folks familiar with this? and if so, reckon it’s suitable for this kind of group? or any alternative suggestions?
The SE bridleway “Golf Course Descent” is one of my favourites – not technical, but pretty rocky and as fast as your want it to be.
Be warned though, it’s a bit of a bog fest to get to the start of it. The path by “Roman Camp” doesnt exist on the ground (in my experience). I’ve used the road to the north to loop around to the start of the bridleway descent.
Have fun.Posted 4 years ago
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