Building on from their success as one of the ‘must visit’ bike parks in Europe, the team at Antur Stiniog Bike Park have expanded in 2019 with a further three new trails, plus the transformation of one of the existing trails into a new ‘jump line’.

An additional 4.5km of new trail have been added to the existing seven trails and are ready to ride!

The four new trails cover all styles and riding ability, with a new ‘less steep Green flow trail’ aimed at the novice rider and family groups, but with more than enough features to keep the experienced rider on their toes!

Going down the new mountain bike trail at Antur Stiniog
Antur Stiniog mountain bike trail

The Green trail will be smoother, with less technical features and a much easier gradient. 

The new 1.2km Red trail is largely unsurfaced to add variety to the trail network and will run down the double black ‘east side’ of site which has been constructed to appeal to the trail, and enduro bike market.

The Black trail will link the top of the current Black Powder trail to the newest addition Bendy G. The trail is unsurfaced, providing more variation to the trail network with an ‘all natural’ black trail top to bottom.

The final development has been to update, and restructure one of the existing trails into a ‘new jump line’ that will include medium sized jumps and drops, along with flowing berms top to bottom and is sure to excite all levels of rider with over 30 jumps top to bottom!

Having opened its minibus doors to the public during 2012 Antur Stiniog has been an incredible success and is widely regarded as one of Europe’s premier uplift venues. The bike centre have hosted Welsh and British Championship MTB events numerous times, and welcomed over 80,000 riders including World Champions from across the Globe.

 

Published 26 September 2019

 

Antur Stiniog's opening day of their new track.

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