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  1. Lake Vyrnwy to Bala

    Ride Reports and Pictures
    Me and a mate (i know you thought I hadn't got any) headed into Wales for a jaunt seeing as how the weather was stunning. We first made for Lake Vyrnwy onto Lake Bala via the back roads befor carrying on to Llangollen and home a cracking day, I know its a lengthy video (again ) but these roads...
  2. Paul - S ride out

    Ride Reports and Pictures
    Thanks to all who joined me on this one and braved the weather Not long after we set off for fuel the heavens opened but it was not safe to stop so we pressed on to the garage and got suited up after fueling up for the day After a short ride we got to our first pass from Trawsfynnyd over to...
  3. Brilliant Welsh weekend!!

    Ride Reports and Pictures
    Well, after a shaky start (see Transalp section!), our weekend in Wales was absolutely superb. Down the M6, unplanned detour round Chester (I'm learning to like the satnav!) and a good run across to Bala, then sort-of southeast across a minor road to Lake Vyrnwy (narrow, occasionally very...
  4. Barmouth Chip Run

    Ride Reports and Pictures
    Every so often during the summer, a few of us head out after work during the week to the coast at Barmouth. It's fantastic scenery; the west Welsh hills and valleys. Yesterday evening there were just the 3 of us, riding out over to Lake Vyrnwy, then Dinas Mawddyy, the fast road to Dolgellau, and...
  5. Weekend in Wales

    Great Roads/Routes
    Finally managed to take my bike away for a short holiday … this is the first time in 5 years of ownership its been used for something other than commuting. Anyway, a colleague from work recently bought an RD07, so I suggested a weekend in Wales would be a good little trip. We left London after...
  6. Wales

    Great Roads/Routes
    Spent the weekend camping in Betws-y-coed with a few of mates. Did lots of riding around the area but found 1 particular route of interest. The following place names are taken from multimap - the route is easly identifiable from there. In addition I cannot confirm that this is a "legal" route...