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Trails bike riding

Adventure bike riding

Part of the ‘Discover Britain’ video series, adventure Bike Rider teamed up with our friends at Kawasaki to ride Offa’s Dyke, a magnificent route along the border of England and Wales. In this second instalment, they’ve teamed up with the Japanese manufacturer to explore Wales’s three highest passes. Starting from the ‘haven in the forest’ Bets-y-Coed, in Snowdonia, we rode from smallest to biggest: Dol-y-Moch (531m), Bwlch-y-Groes (545m) and the Gospel Pass (549m). Interestingly, Gospel Pass, the highest of the lot, isn’t where most people would have thought (Snowdonia), instead the road, which rewards riders with an outstanding view over the Wye Valley, is in the Brecon Beacons in South Wales. ​

Riding Wales three highest passes


Annual Welsh2Day in June every year is attended by over 500 riders from all across the UK and has been running for 60 years. It’s one of the most successful events in Wales and the longest running time trials.


Trail bike riding

With your bike or ours, trail riding uses roads and byways with gravel or natural stone, grass or mud surfaces. Trail riding is different each time you do it, as weather conditions and use of the routes are constantly changing the surfaces. Our routes are very scenic, and trail riding improves your motorcycling skills whilst being really enjoyable! Usually ride Wed-Sun; Tues by arrangement