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Your ultimate weekend riding package


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Your ultimate weekend riding package


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Dyfi in south Snowdonia is a mountain biker's dream.

Miles of unspoilt, barely discovered singletrack, steep and technical descents and climbs, epic views and breathtaking scenery. It's little wonder it's the natural home of Enduro and, more recently, the RedBull Hardline – one of the most demanding and fearsome downhill races in the World –devised by local riding heroes the Athertons.

And there's so much more. Whatever type of off-road riding you're into, it's here. Enduro, XC, Gravel, tight and loamy switching tracks between the trees, wide open mountain ascents, trail centre tracks… you name it.

 
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Your Trails


Your trails

Your Trails


Your trails

 

And a great place to visit

Corris is small but perfectly formed. A former slate mining village dating back to the mid 1800s, it's placed perfectly for discovering all that the Dyfi and south Snowdonia has to offer.  Within the village itself you'll find the ever popular Slater's Arms and the brilliant Idris Stores café. There's a working steam railway and museum, an art gallery, youth hostel and Corris Craft Centre with the chance to go slate mine exploring too. 

 
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Your Guide


Your guides

Your Guide


Your guides

 
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Dave Evans

Bike Corris founder Dave is a keen and experienced mountain biker and will be your British Cycling Level 2 qualified guide. Dave has over 20 years riding experience and has spent several of those getting to know the Dyfi area like the back of his hand. As well as helping to establish and organise rides with the ever growing Dyfi Mountain Biking group, he's also been riding and developing his own collection of classic trails, loops and big-old-all-day epics – now for BikeCorris customers to enjoy

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Steve Beech

To deliver even more fun riding this summer, Bike Corris is teaming up with Steve Beech from Wheelism to add more dates to the diary. Based just over the hill at Abergynolwyn, Steve has over a decade’s experience in the cycle industry, with the past 8 as Lead Coach at Coed y Brenin. He has an encyclopaedic knowledge of the Dyfi trails and lanes used in Bike Corris’s favourite rides, plus the mountain experience to take groups to the very summit of Cadiar Idris! Click on the Ride page to find out more.

 
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Mountain biking as it should be.

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Mountain biking as it should be.

STAY

The Dyfi area has a wide range of accommodation, from economical hostels to luxury B&B. 

RIDE

Discover the best trails, views and hidden treasures that the Dyfi has to offer with local expert guided riding. 

ENJOY

Corris is the perfect base to explore the Dyfi. This small, friendly village has all you need for a great weekend in mid Wales.