Two days riding and two nights accommodation for less than £400!

Guiding for five people only £65 each

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What is Trail Riding?

Trail riding is motorcycling on roads without a tarmac surface. This can vary from a simple gravel track to extremely technical going. Techniques are a mixture of trial and enduro skills, modified for long distance riding. Trail riding is a challenge, an achievement, a load of fun, and is doing you good!

"Just wanted to drop you a line to say a big thanks to you for yesterday’s ride. You gave us a truly oustanding day, and I have no problem in recommending you to any of my friends who want to enjoy the thrill of being totally out of their comfort zone!"
Matt from Chepstow

Colin and I have been providing a superb experience for motorcyclists for ten years. We can supply bikes to suit riders of different heights and experience from our range of Honda, Yamaha and Suzuki motorcycles, 125 to 600cc, or we provide guiding if you have your own trail or enduro bikes. If you book more than one day, we take you on different routes. We are lucky that the green lanes in Mid Wales and South Snowdonia are varied and scenic, so you and your group have a fantastic time!

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If you can’t find the information you require or have any questions please email or phone Marianne or Colin on 01686 430522. Occasionally emails go astray. If you don’t receive a reply within 24 hours, please try our other email, or phone instead. When leaving a phone message, please make sure that you do not have any background noise, and speak your number slowly. If you wish to send a text, the number is 07891 036527. There is no signal at home, so it might be a couple of days before I receive the text.

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Updated July 2015