The news comes just weeks after we exclusively announced that
Coed y Brenin and Llandegla are to get new cross-country trails and improved facilities, while a downhill-specific area will be developed at Llechwedd quarry in Blaenau Ffestiniog.
New cycling loops will also be created around Tanygrisiau lake, and a cycle link will be built from the Urdd’s Glan-llyn site near Bala to the
Andy Braund, Forestry Commission Wales Mountain Bike Ranger for Coed y Brenin and Gwyder told us: "'This is great news for mountain biking in North Wales. We'll be able to broaden the existing product to appeal to more people and different types of rider - encouraging more participation and allowing people to increase their skills, confidence and ultimately have more fun on bikes!"
Speaking at the launch of the project at Llandegla, Welsh Minister for Heritage Alun Ffred Jones said: “Here in Coed Llandegla and across
"I hope these centres will attract more visitors to every corner of
Funding for the work has been provided by the European Regional Development Fund and local authorities.
This is awesome news for mountain bikers in North Wales and the