TRAIL RIDERS FELLOWSHIP

The TRF is the National, voluntary and non-competitive body formed in 1970 by people who enjoyed exploring ’green lanes’ by motorcycle. Our aim is to conserve our heritage of green lanes for everyone to enjoy. Trail riding is an ’active recreation’. Marianne is the secretary of the Mid Wales TRF Group who from time to time organise charity trail rides. Email for details and how to enter. You do not need to be a TRF member. Visit www.trf.org.uk for more information.

Enduros and trail bike rallies

If you are an experienced rider, why not try one of competitions held in our area?

The Hafren Dirt Bike Club usually organise one or two events a year, either a British Championship enduro or the Hafren Rally.

The Rhayader Club organise hare and hounds and enduros.

The Dyfed Dirt Bike Club run the Brechfa Rally, Caio Enduro and Dolgoch Sprint. They also hold practice days.

WTRA run the Beacons Rally and several enduros.

WOR Events organise enduro events for all levels of rider in North Wales and England.

It is illegal for riders to practice in forests or moorland. The Police are active in Mid Wales.

Enduro schools

All these enduro schools allow riders to bring their own bikes, or you can hire an enduro bike for your day.

Geraint and Dylan Jones run the Yamaha Offroad Experience.

Our friends Craig Bounds and Tamsin Jones, both Dakar Rally finishers, run Black Desert Training.

Ady Smith runs KTM in North Wales.

The Mick Extance Experience is also in North Wales near Lake Vyrnwy.

Riders competing in the Hafren Rally