Dyfi Bike Park
“Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them.” A. Einstein.
Big Mountain Trails Handcrafted By Dan Atherton offers: ‘five minutes of the most fun you can have on a bike’, so who could refuse such a mouthwatering offer, and push yourself beyond your limits, and try to reach new heights. Dyfi Bike Park is based a mere three miles north of Machynlleth, and offers some of the most varied mountain bike downhill tracks conceivable, set amidst the lush, evergreen Esgair forest. Through determination and hard work, the Dyfi Bike Park offers four black-grade trails, and 400m of vertical drop. Open all year, the uplift is Land Rover, and takes 12 minutes as it gets snowy in the winter, and the jump line takes around 1O to get back down. Dan Atherton built his first bike at the tender age of 10, and went on to become a national champion of Great Britain, so you know you’ll be in the hands of an expert dude.
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Machynlleth, Powys , SY20 9AS
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