Revolution Bike Park is a full-on uplift-assisted downhill bike park in Llangynog in North Wales. It is situated on 120 acres of private woodland at the foot of the Berwyn Mountain range.
It consists of fast and flowy red trails, rocky and technical blacks to steep and rooty prolines.
There are two reds, four blacks and pro lines. In April 2017 they launched a new red section Reddy McRedFace and in May 2017 they started work on a new Jump section.
A1 - Freeride (Red)
- All weather surfaced trail with Tabletops, rollers, berms, kickers, over 45 chances to get airborne from top to bottom but everything rollable.
A2 - Downhill (Red)
- A wide man-made section of trail starting with a flowy succession of fast berms leading into a variety of jumps and finishing into another berm section before landing back onto the second to last fire road.
E1 - Main Line (Black )
- This is the "original" trail at Revolution Bike Park where it all began! A highly technical traditional downhill track with lots of roots, exposed rock and slatey corners. full of options so line choice is key to mastering this track.
E2 - Ghetto track (Black)
- Starts off rocky and rooty to steep and technical through the middle section all leading into the famous lower ghetto.
E3 - L1 (Black)
- Branching off from the Mainline on the first fire road, L1 had a major rebuild for the 2016 National Championships held at Revolution in July. This trail is steep and technical with loads of line choice.
E4 - Loam Track (Black)
- The newest section of the black trail started off with legendary loam and is now a steep, rutted downhill track.
P1 - Ffar side (Pro Line)
- Starts with big, fast, surfaced tabletops and berms turning into a tighter, steeper section littered with drops before a high speed, flowing traverse across the hill and finally joining into the Main Line at the last fire road.
P2 - 50/01 (Pro Line)
- Launching soon! A collaboration between Revolution Bike Park and the legendary 50/01 guys, Steve Peat, Josh Bryceland, Sam Dale, Loosedog Lewis and Craig Evans to name but a few, this track ain't for the faint-hearted! Some of the biggest jumps and gaps around, multiple options with gaps as big as 30 feet plus, there's airtime for days. This track is for a highly skilled level of rider. Keep your eyes out for the official launch!
- A jump trail opened in August 2017
- Full face helmet and knee pads must be worn by all riders
- You need to pre-book the uplift
- Riders under the age of 18 must have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian
- Revolution Bike Park is a real whole family venture with each member bringing their unique skills and love of Downhill into the formula that makes this recipe work
- Revo Bikes the on-site bike shop has been around since 2016
- If you have ridden the tracks at Revolution Bike Park then please share your pictures, videos and reviews on this listing.