Located in North East Wales near Oswestry, Revolution Bike Park is one of the most exciting developments on the Welsh mountain biking map. The facility currently has one challenging downhill route with several other trails in development including additonal downhill trails, a couple of freeride trails and a pump track section. You're guaranteed a fun day out here in the capable hands of James and Tim who build and run Revolution Bike Park.
The park operates an uplift service at weekends which must be booked in advance. Private uplifts can also be arranged on request. Weather permitting, the boys will fire up the barbeque and you can buy awesome burgers and hot dogs made from locally sourced ingredients.
Check out the park's website for full details of the current and future developments.
Visit www.revolutionbikepark.co.uk for further info
The park is located on the outskirts of the village of Llangynog, Powys (there are other 'Llangynog's in Wales so check the postcode to be sure). Travelling from East (Oswestry/Welshpool): You will enter the village of Llangynog on the B4391. After entering the village you take a left turn just before a small single lane bridge and by a red converted chapel. Follow the road for approximately 300m and the park is on the left. Travelling from the West (Berwyn Mountain Road): The B4391 travels down the side of the valley until it reaches the village of Llangynog. Drive through the village passing the public car park on the left, and between two pubs. Shortly after this you will pass over a narrow single track bridge, turn right immediately after this bridge. Follow this lane for 300m and the park is on the left.
Sat Nav users use this postcode: SY10 0HL
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Please note that the above distances are "as the crow flies" and do not represent actual driving distances.