Welsh Bike Parks Set Target Re-Opening Date of July 6th.

Members of the Wales Trail Managers Forum have come together after the Welsh Assembly’s announcement to aim to re-open on July 6th.

Bikepark Wales, Revolution Bike Park, Dyfi Bike Park, Black Mountains Cycle Centre, Antur Stiniog, Cwmcarn and One Planet Adventure Llandegla have come together to announce that they have come together aim for a target re-opening date of July 6th.

It’s worth reiterating that until such time, the trails remain closed, and any re-opening will be subject to travel restrictions being lifted, on a pedal/push-up basis to begin with, with uplift only commencing once they are setup to do so.

Note that there will be an added supplement to the usual pricing until restrictions lift. An extra £3 will be charged for riders pedaling/pushing or using eBikes, and £7 for uplifts.

Every bike park in Wales will be opening according to their individual situations. Head to their respective social media platforms for up to date info.

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Keep an eye on Mountain Bike Wales’ website for more bike-specific information regards bike park re-opening.