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Nearest Town: Hereford   

Out To Grass Mountain Board centre welcomes mountain bikers to use all the facilities at the park. Read more

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Mountain bikes and BMX’s are welcome at Out To Grass. Bikers are welcome to use all our facilities including the lift truck but please have respect for the boarders (who don’t have brakes) and respect our tracks.

Prices are £12 for a full day or £8 for a half day.

They have a new mountain bike trial course designed and built in 2007 by Ricky Compton and Blake Sampson both top five in the . The course consists of a large number of optional descents comprising large doubles in series, great kickers, a wall ride and northshore drop in and numerous other features.

For those wishing for something a little less full on our mountain board freestyle course is still a huge favourite with many riders. The drop in leads into a hip followed by three big tabletops, the last of which features a new wooden kicker to dirt landing. The less adventurous can always opt for the quarter pipe as their final feature.

Helmets must be worn at all times.
Nearest Town: Hereford

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Review by: davidcreber on 9 April 2010

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Directions from M5 Junction 7 (Worcester South). Head towards Worcester. Left at first roundabout (signposted to Hereford). Left at fifth roundabout (A4103 signposted to Hereford). Continue along A4103 through Bransford, Leigh Sinton (beware of speed camera), Storridge. Ignore to signs to Cradley. At the top of the steep hill turn right onto the B4220 for Bromyard. OTG is 1.4 miles on the left. Directions from A49 At Leominster take A44 to Bromyard. Continue along A44 through Bromyard (beware of speed camera) towards Worcester. 1 mile out of Bromyard turn right onto the B4220 for Malvern. Continue along B4220 for 4 miles, over the crossroads, up the hill and round the 90° left bend. OTG is on the right. Directions from Hereford Take the A4103 towards Worcester. Continue along the A4103 for 15 miles, up the big hill and through Fromes Hill. 2 miles out of Fromes Hill turn left onto the B4220 for Bromyard. OTG is 1.4 miles on the left.

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Out To Grass 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 ratings. 1 user reviews.

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