Review by: JamieChin on 3 July 2017
The track is well worth the travel to have a blast for a bit of DH, People down there are mega.
Review by: Filwhilp on 2 February 2017
This place is for the Downhill flavour of riding. The left run called WigglyWoo is good for beginners, but don't go past the fire road. Good to session and start on smaller jumps.
Facilities are improving all the time. Some of the runs themselves are still being renovated, but mostly usable if you have the gear and some idea.
Review by: mip_doawheelie on 22 January 2017
Great venue, good tracks, nice people running it, regular uplifts
I went here in the end of the summer had a really good time there is a good range of tracks the uplift is very regular i was never sat at the bottom for more than 5 min and only a tenner for half day uplift. barguin . Everyone is really friendly there too there are people of all levels. i did a couple of runs on the easy wiggle woo or whatever its called then went for the hardest one which turned out to be the on with the roots and technical sections and come off twice breaking my phone and gouging my shins and loosing my bike light but i was straight back up to the top you just want to keep going. If your running on tires for compressed dirt dont do the technical rooty bit is my advice ive got some proper knobly tires ready for my next session. :)
Review by: ShaunGrant on 30 October 2016
Great downhill trails......with uplift
I had a great downhill MTB with uplift, it was busy as the he had an orange demo day, but didn't have to wait to long for an uplift at the bottom.... Apparently they are in the process of getting another land rover for the uplift...
Half day (2-4.30pm) for £10.... but check before you go for availability and price as it may be going up to £15 soon....
Review by: hazbazmtb on 22 October 2016
is an awesome day out
this place is insanely good. with everything from jump lines to super techy roots. even in the wet it is worth the 50 minute drive. definately bring a full face and goggles