ride@fodmtbguides.com James 07875 083992 Neil 07974 224767 Office 01594 845066
photo by Sheldon Attwood photo by Sheldon Attwood
photo by Sheldon Attwood
photo by Sheldon Attwood
photo by Sheldon Attwood photo by Sheldon Attwood

Welcome to the
Forest of Dean Mountain Bike Guides
official web site

We offer professional guided mountain bike rides on forest trails through one of Britainís most natural picturesque areas, the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley.

If you are looking for a gentle fun family ride, riding as an individual or are a group of friends or colleagues wanting a more extreme biking adventure, our mountain bike guides are ready to show you the very best single track and cross country trails the area has to offer.

With over 42 square miles of woodland to explore our guides have the best knowledge of all the more extreme routes that the Forest of Dean is famous for and importantly, how to connect them to ensure you get the most from your ride. We will customize your ride to your particular requirements, giving you as much, or as little adrenaline as you are looking for.

We also offer guided rides in the Brecon Beacon and Black Mountains area of the Welsh Mountains for those people who want a longer and more challenging day out.

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We can cater for groups of all sizes and offer hourly, half day or full day guide hire rates.

If you are looking to stay in the area we can also advise you on suitable accommodation to help you make the most of your break and recommend the best places to hire bikes and equipment.

All our guides are British Cycling qualified and first aid trained.

For further information and booking enquiries email, call or contact us on twitter.

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