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Posted by karen@catchweasel.com on 13th July 2020
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As Wales gradually eases out of lockdown our bike parks and trails are starting to re-open

Afan Forest Park
Open

Antur Stiniog
Uplift open from 1 August

Bikepark Wales
Open for push-up. Uplift open from 23 July.

Black Mountains Cycle Centre
Open

Dyfi Bike Park
Uplift open from 1 August

Natural Resources Wales
Sites including Coed y Brenin, Cwmcarn and Bwlch Nant y Arian are open. Brechfa and Cwm Rhaedr are closed due to ongoing forestry operations.

Oneplanet Adventure
Open, weekend car park tickets need to be pre-booked

Revolution Bike Park
Open from 8 August for pedal and push-up. Passes available from 20 July

Planning Your Visit

  • Check government guidance, your ride location website and social media before you leave home.
  • If visiting a bike park, complete bookings and admin online before leaving home.
  • Clean your clothing and equipment before you set off and when you get home.
  • Be self-sufficient. Bring:- tools, first aid kit and personal hand sanitizer.  Take:- your litter home, especially Covid PPE!

Respect Staff and Other Visitors

  • If you or anyone you live with displays symptoms, stay at home.
  • Social distance at all times please when; riding, queuing, celebrating your radness, and especially around facilities.
  • Wash your hands, don’t touch your face. Bring and use hand sanitizer.
  • Wearing face masks is mandatory on the uplifts.

Stay Safe

  • Ride well within your abilities – now isn’t the time to be a hero.
  • Protect the NHS; if there is a major incident inform the centre and call 999.  Remember, emergency response may be delayed.

*Marin MBT Wales

 

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