Down Hill Mountain Biking at Bike Park Wales
4 people attending
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This is a downhill mountain biking park and will be quite full on. We will be starting with the blue runs which are classed as intermediate and then move onto the red runs which are more extreme. The plan is to use the up-lift service only so you'll need to buy a day or weekend uplift pass (£48/£92) in advance, using the links below. They should go on sale toward the middle of July and will sell out quickly.
This is an extreme event so is only suitable for experienced mountain bikers.
Full face helmets and pads are recommended for use at the centre.
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What to bring
A helmet is essential and you will not be allowed to ride the centre without one. Personally I would recommend a full face helmet and pads.
Comfortable clothing will be required and it would be wise to pack a waterproof.
If you have them, any bike tools (multi tool), pump or innertubes will also be useful in case a repair is necessary. There is a bike shop on site if anything more serious happens.
Food & drink
It's worth having a backpack with some water and snacks in. You are welcome to bring your own food, however, there is a very decent cafe on site that does a wide range of food and drinks.