Moos Trails and Clyne Woods XC Trails

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Clyne Wood
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Moos Trails are a Dirt Jump facility in Clyne near Swansea in South Wales. Clyne Riders are the volunteer group behind this facility and in 2014 they pulled off a new waymarked XC trail in Clyne Wood to complement the natural trail riding and the Dirt Jumps on offer in Clyne. 

Moos Trail Dirt Jumps

  • This is a progressive and large Dirt Jump park with multiple lines. All the trails are hand built with volunteer labour. Only open when dry. Best check out the Face Book Group before turning up if not sure.

Natural and Waymarked XC Trails (Millers)

  • They have a waymarked XC route which is 6km long and graded red & black. It consists of 2 loops, connected with a common climb. Built by the Back on Track trail building team it launched in 2014.
  • To get to the start you go up the tarmac cycle track up to the lake and it starts on the left just past the lake.
  • It's also known as the Millers and XC route. Check out the CR Facebook Page (they always organising dig days to maintain and develop the tracks here).
  • Clyne also has some decent natural trails.

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3 reviews

Overall rating 
 
4.8
Grin Factor 
 
5.0  (3)
Trail Variety 
 
4.5  (3)
Skills Development 
 
4.7  (3)
Trail Quality  
 
5.0  (3)
Facilities 
 
4.5  (3)
Excellent facility
Overall rating 
 
4.4
Grin Factor 
 
5.0
Trail Variety 
 
4.0
Skills Development 
 
4.0
Trail Quality  
 
5.0
Facilities 
 
4.0

Go ride and enjoy some brilliant trails just on the edge of the city.

User Review

Good Points
Good fun trails with regular organised rides. The trails are well maintained by volunteers and they even have a area of open dirt jumps that is open all times.
Moos trails are only open in the good weather.
Bad Points
Only bad point is there is no blue trail for my kids.
Would you recommend?
Yes
J
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clyne is amazing
Overall rating 
 
4.8
Grin Factor 
 
5.0
Trail Variety 
 
4.5
Skills Development 
 
5.0
Trail Quality  
 
5.0
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4.5

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User Review

Good Points
gnarly berms
you can pick up speed super quickly on the DH trails
great for anyone who has no experince up to people who have tonnes of experiance
rough and smooth terrain
moos is kept immaculate
Bad Points
no toilets
trails arent very well marked
there needs to be signs putup to show pedestrians that there are mountain biking trails nearby and so to be careful and to watchout.
Would you recommend?
Yes
JD
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Overall rating 
 
5.0
Grin Factor 
 
5.0
Trail Variety 
 
5.0
Skills Development 
 
5.0
Trail Quality  
 
5.0
Facilities 
 
5.0

great ride, great locals and great pub what more could you want?

User Review

Good Points
on a cycle path so it's easy to get to.
Regular dig days so the trails are in a good condition all year round.
Good group of regular riders who are allwase welcoming when I turn up.
trails are fantasticly built so that thay are rollable (apart from the dirt jumps. Thay are waaaay above my ability, Haven't tried them yet, probably won't ever, you guys are gnarly.) until you have the skills and confidence to raise your game allowing for progression of skills witch will improve your times.
Shorter trails mean you can go back and hit sections again and again improving and focusing on a particular feature.
I have learned more on these trails than anywhere elce.
Limping distance to singleton a&e.
The local pub offers fantastic food and a nice post ride pint.
Bad Points
Not realy a massive bad point but you may come across the odd walker walking up/down the trails. It's pretty rare and the trails are sign poasted but keep an eye out.
Would you recommend?
Yes
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