Come Trail Riding!
If you have never been trail riding before, you will love it! Our true trail riding ranges from bimbling along a grass covered tarmac lane to technically challenging byways and unsealed roads. We provide trail bikes, or guiding if you have your own trail or enduro bike.
"My husband and son have returned home very happy! They told me that this was the best Christmas present they could have hoped for! Thank you very much for taking such good care of them. I will have to send them back to you next year!"
Lisa from Canterbury
To enter our Christmas giveaway for a chance to win a day’s trail riding, send an email to Marianne saying "enter me!" If you wish to recommend a friend, you will both win a day. (Remember to let me know your friend’s name!)
Why Should I Book With Trail Rides Wales?
We are not an "offroad" school with a set programme. You do not end up going round and round the same field or bit of woodland! We ride through beautiful countryside, stopping at a cafe for lunch. We use roads, so you do need to hold a motorcycle licence. (We have a 125cc bike for provisional licence holders.) If you book two days, the second day uses different routes. Our "Progressive" Trail Riding Experience Day is suited to road riders who are trying trail riding for the first time and do not have a background of offroad riding. If you already have trail or offroad experience, we use more challenging routes and pick up the pace a bit. We can also provide an "Easy" Day for riders who prefer a more gentle introduction. We are lucky that the green lanes in Mid Wales and South Snowdonia are varied, so we are very good at making sure the routes suit you and your group.
We ride on public roads, so you need to hold a motorcycle licence. We hope our website is friendly and informative, but if you can’t find the information you require, 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. Thanks.
© Colin and Marianne Walford
Updated December 2014