Llangollen downhill mountain bike trails in North Wales are built to test even the most skilled riders and can only be ridden by One Giant Leap club members.
The downhill trails at Llangollen have been created by One Giant Leap to build and develop tracks that are accessible for all, regardless of ability. All our tracks are challenging but track 3 has been designed for fun for experts and beginners alike.
Out of official events, only club members are allowed to ride the tracks. All club members must display their club wrist band on the seat post whilst riding the tracks. Membership forms can be downloaded from the their website.
From the South on A5, from Oswestry head for Wrexham. At the roundabout in Chirk notice McDonalds to your right below the road, take the left turn for Llangollen. Head through Froncysllte towards Llangollen. Approximately 2 miles before Llangollen pass the Llangollen Golf Club on the right below the road. 200 metres after the Golf Club take a left turn signposted Maesmawr Road. Pass through Maesmawr Estate and take a sharp left signposted UCLAN Outdoor Centre. Pass UCLAN and we are the farm after the black and white house on the left approx 1 mile after UCLAN. From the North pass Wrexham towards Oswestry. When the dual carriage way splits, take the left lane towards Llangollen. Pass through Trevor towards Llangollen. Arrive in Llangollen and take a left turn at the Bridge End Hotel to pass over the bridge crossing the river Dee. At the traffic lights turn left and immediately turn right up the hill. Stay on the same road and pass the turning for Glyn ceriog-do not take that turn. We are the second right turning after the Glyn Ceriog sign.
Published: 30 July 2018
Charlie Hatton heads to Llangollen downhill trails for the second instalment of Bulletproof Talent. Mach 10 out of the gate, the boy knows how to rip!
Published: 4 April 2018
After a slow start to the year, Kade is back on the big bike. We catch up with him at Llangollen to see what's gone down this year, and hear about the injuries.
Published: 17 July 2017
A brand new downhill track is set to open at Llangollen in North Wales and is designed for riders as a stepping stone up to World Cup standard tracks.
Please note: Distance is calculated as air distance or "as the crow flies" the most direct route between two points, so the distance by road maybe slightly longer.
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