Reviews written by stumpy_dan
Last updated: August 19, 2014
BikePark Wales - Respect!
BikePark Wales is truly an amazing centre. I started on the Blues and they are fast, flowing, confidence building and it's hard not to take air. There is a definite Rowan Sorrell site and some of it is reminiscent of the Verderers in the Forest of Dean (in a good...
Last updated: July 27, 2013
|Value for Money||4.5|
Biker friendly and close to Llandegla trail centre
I came here on a biking weekend to Coed Llandegla. They are situated in a nice town with a good selection of pubs, restaurants and they have a public car park round the back. The hostel has a kitchen, a dining room, a chilled out lounge, bike store, dry room...
Last updated: May 02, 2013
|Value for Money||4.0|
Ace Place to stay by Antur Stiniog and Betws-y-Coed
The hotel is brilliantly situated half way between Betws-y-Coed and Antur Stiniog. Antur Stiniog is just a short 5min drive away. It has a bar and lounge for that we'll deserved post ride drink and a decent restaurant. There is a bike lock up and indoor facilities if you...
Antur Stiniog On A 6 inch bike
I came to Antur Stiniog having not done that much Downhill for years except a blast last the summer in the Alps. These days I mainly do technical trail riding focusing on reds and blacks. I has heard Antur Stiniog was progressive by nature and had heard only awesome things...
Last updated: March 05, 2013
Stoughton. A confidence inspiring progressive DH track.
Stoughton Downhill is just passed the village of Stoughton at the end of the South Downs. The postcode in the listing takes you close to the car park but the car park is prob 100 to 200 metres before the end point on the sat nav. You can...