Riders with their own bikes

Do you have your own road legal enduro bike and are looking for a guided day trail riding? Our maximum group size is eight plus the guide. If you opt to meet at TRUK HQ where we have plenty of parking, we aim to be riding by 9am. There is a garage one mile up the road and we generally stop there first.

The guide will ask the riders what type of day they are looking for:

Steady with a pub lunch

Nice technical ride

Longer enduro type of ride, grabbing food when we get fuel.

As long as the whole group agree, that will be fine.

Your bike should be in good condition with the baffles in the silencer. You should carry some basic tools and spare inner tubes, if using them.


 
 
 

Ride Prices per rider

One rider £150

Two riders £75 each

Three riders £50 each

Four riders £40 each

Five or more £35 each


Pick Your Ride

1, Lake Vyrnwy mud run

This is a great ride in all conditions, following the tracks and trails from TRUK HQ near Welshpool down to the Dyfnt forest passing through a massive slippery river crossing, stopping for petrol after about 50 miles. The choices for lunch are Lake Vyrnwy hotel for a good meal and break or the shop for a sandwich and coffee. The afternoon is made up of some good flowing fast trails, arriving back at base after another 50 miles.

2, Rock Hopping Berwyn run

This route takes in some great very technical trails: Heartbreak Ridge, Pandy Lane and the classic Baddy Alley plus loads more. We can ride 50 to 70 miles in the morning, depending on the fuel range of the bikes. Lunch can be a nice pub on the river Dee or a sandwich at the garage when getting fuel. In the afternoon we visit the Berwyn mountains with some fab water splashers on the awesome Wayfarer, before we hit the Rabbit Hole and Clay Pipe lanes. The total run is from 80 to 130 miles and suitable for a group of mixed ability riders.

3, Barmouth back breaker

This run heads down to the sea covering plenty of ground ending up in Barmouth for fish and chips on the sea front. We generally stop for fuel twice on the run as it is a very long day of about 150 miles. The best time of year to do the ride April to September, when the days are longer. The lanes are not that technical but would suit a fit group.

4, The 3 Valleys marathon run

This ride covers the Taint - Glen Ceiog and Llangollen valleys. The whole ride is 145 miles but can be cut short quite easily. As it is a long day with hard trails, we guide the group down the easier way on the very hard trails, so the riders can save energy to complete the ride. We stop twice for petrol and snacks - no time for a pub lunch just what you fancy at the garage. On the ride we use everything worth using and the group need to be used to a long day with only a few stops.



 
FAQ

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