Never dry, never not-fun at Revs
Check out Ratboy and Tommo enjoying a wet and windy session down at Revolution Bike Park, the popular uplift playground in North Wales.
Revolution Bike Park is an uplift-only gravity fest. It’s in a 120 acre site of privately owned woodland with 300m vert descent set in North Wales.
There are no Blue or Green easy routes. The mildest runs are deep Red. A full-face helmet is mandatory. There’s a mix of manmade surface flowy stuff and steep natural rooty tech stuff. And lots of lots of jumps.
You have to pre-book before turning up. Any under-18s will ned to have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian.
Revolution Bike Park trail centre guide
- Red: Freeride
- Red: Red Downhill
- Red: Reddt McRedface
- Black: Main Line
- Black: Ghetto Track
- Black: L1
- Black: Poop Chute
- Black: Colin’s Corners
- Pro Line: Ffar Side
- Pro Line: 50/01 –
Revolution Bike Park
Sleeping and eating
Food and drink-wise there’s a catering van there doing breakfasts, burgers, tea, coffee, soft drinks, flapjack and the like. For accommodation, the page on the Revolution Bike Park website has plenty of suggestions.
Fixing your bike
There’s a bike shop onsite for parts and repairs. They also offer a click and collect service which can be handy for semi emergencies. revo-bikes.com
What bike to ride
First of all you MUST wear a full-face helmet. Knee pads are also compulsory.Regarding bike choice, it’s strongly recommended to take at least an enduro bike. And if you have a DH bike, take that.
Pick of the trails
You can’t beat Main Line for a taste of what Rev’s is all about. Trad tech downhilly stuff. Loads of line choices.