Bikers Campsite, Motorcycle Camping in Wales, UK
Motorbike Friendly Campsite (Adults only) - West Wales - 07827 919270
Bikers Campsite (Adults only) - West Wales, SA44 5JA - 07827 919270 Bikerscampsite is a registered Trade Mark, No. UK00003649649
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There is an endless choice of stunning coastal and mountain scenery easily accessible from Bikerscampsite. We have some of the most scenic rides in Britain within easy reach on a days ride. Here’s a small selection. Just take your time and enjoy the views

Routes

A4069 Black Mountain Pass Also known as ‘the Top Gear road’, after Jeremy Clarkson was filmed driving it, this swooping mountain pass is a favourite with car magazine test drivers, bikers and motorists – and, consequently, the local bobbies. From a riding perspective it’s best tackled from north to south – especially the hairpin known locally as Tro Gwcw, or ‘cuckoo turn’ - but the stonking views of the Tywi Valley are best appreciated going the other way. Either way, slow down, enjoy the scenery, and savour one of Britain’s best roads. On the way: spectacular Carreg Cennen Castle lies a few miles west, and Dinefwr Castle and the boutiques of Llandeilo a few miles beyond that. To the east, the Black Mountain’s highest peaks, the Carmarthen Fans drop dramatically into the legendary depths of Llyn y Fan Fach. Route from the Campsite. HERE Riding time approximately: 1 hour one way The Abergwesyn Pass (Devils Staircase) This lonesome stretch of rough single track runs from Llanwrtyd Wells to Tregaron through an almost brutally wild landscape of moors, escarpment, pine forest and scurrying streams. In the middle, there’s a hairily steep series of hairpins called the Devil’s Staircase. It’s not built for speed, which means its 20 odd miles can seem much further, especially when you might not pass a single soul for the entire trip (other than the occasional sheep). On the way: Soar y Mynydd, the most remote chapel in Wales, is well worth a short diversion. Further south, past Llyn Brianne reservoir, is the utterly lovely RSPB Gwenffrwd-Dinas reserve. Route from the Campsite. HERE Riding time approximately 1.5 hours one way Newport - Fishguard - St. Davids Newport Sands is broad, long beach at the mouth of the River Nevern, from the quaint coastal town, head to Fishguard on some lovely small roads and wave to the Ferry as it heads over to Ireland. Assuming you fought the urge to jump on the Ferry, head to the seaside at St. Davids. After a short section on the A487 it joins quieter country lanes and you can enjoy the Preseli Hills and its rugged landscape created by many burial cairns. Due to the popularity of St Davids, even the minor roads can get quite busy as you approach this small and unique city, and its famous cathedral, but don’t let the thought of the traffic put you off as the scenery is fantastic and the setting provided by St Davids is truly wonderful Route from the Campsite. HERE Riding time: approximately 1 hour 15 minutes one way Llangrannog Llangrannog is a very quiet coastal destination with parking and a pub right by the beach Route from the Campsite. HERE Riding time approximately 30 minutes one way
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Aberaeron - Aberystwyth - Llangurig - Rhayader (Elan & Claerwen Valleys)
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If you fancy a full day of riding, this route takes in the best of coastal, mountain and valley routes. Route from the Campsite. HERE Riding time approximately 2 hours one way
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Llanybydder - Crugybar - Llanwrda - Owls Nest Bikers Cafe’ Llandovery
A nice bimble up to the Owls Nest for a Cofee and delicious Cake. Route from the Campsite. HERE Riding time approximately 1 hour 10 mins one way
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Owls Nest Bikers Cafe’ Llandovery - Bikers Campsite
Once you have walked off the Cake or the Bacon Sandwich at the Owls Nest, and if you fancy a healthy round the houses route back to the campsite, take this route back.. Route from the Campsite. HERE Riding time approximately 2 hour 30 mins one way

Routes

Bikers Campsite (Adults only) - West Wales, SA44 5JA - 07827 919270
Bikers Campsite (Adults only) - West Wales, SA44 5JA - 07827 919270 Bikerscampsite is a registered Trade Mark, No. UK00003649649
®
There is an endless choice of stunning coastal and mountain scenery easily accessible from Bikerscampsite. We have some of the most scenic rides in Britain within easy reach on a days ride. Here’s a small selection. Just take your time and enjoy the views
A4069 Black Mountain Pass Also known as ‘the Top Gear road’, after Jeremy Clarkson was filmed driving it, this swooping mountain pass is a favourite with car magazine test drivers, bikers and motorists – and, consequently, the local bobbies. From a riding perspective it’s best tackled from north to south – especially the hairpin known locally as Tro Gwcw, or ‘cuckoo turn’ - but the stonking views of the Tywi Valley are best appreciated going the other way. Either way, slow down, enjoy the scenery, and savour one of Britain’s best roads. On the way: spectacular Carreg Cennen Castle lies a few miles west and Dinefwr Castle and the boutiques of Llandeilo a few miles beyond that. To the east, the Black Mountain’s highest peaks, the Carmarthen Fans drop dramatically into the legendary depths of Llyn y Fan Fach. Route from the Campsite. HERE Riding time approximately: 1 hour one way The Abergwesyn Pass (Devils Staircase) This lonesome stretch of rough single track runs from Llanwrtyd Wells to Tregaron through an almost brutally wild landscape of moors, escarpment, pine forest and scurrying streams. In the middle, there’s a hairily steep series of hairpins called the Devil’s Staircase. It’s not built for speed, which means its 20 odd miles can seem much further, especially when you might not pass a single soul for the entire trip (other than the occasional sheep). On the way: Soar y Mynydd, the most remote chapel in Wales, is well worth a short diversion. Further south, past Llyn Brianne reservoir, is the utterly lovely RSPB Gwenffrwd-Dinas reserve. Route from the Campsite. HERE Riding time approximately 1.5 hours one way Newport - Fishguard - St. Davids Newport Sands is broad, long beach at the mouth of the River Nevern, from the quaint coastal town, head to Fishguard on some lovely small roads and wave to the Ferry as it heads over to Ireland. Assuming you fought the urge to jump on the Ferry, head to the seaside at St. Davids. After a short section on the A487 it joins quieter country lanes and you can enjoy the Preseli Hills and its rugged landscape created by many burial cairns. Due to the popularity of St Davids, even the minor roads can get quite busy as you approach this small and unique city, and its famous cathedral, but don’t let the thought of the traffic put you off as the scenery is fantastic and the setting provided by St Davids is truly wonderful Route from the Campsite. HERE Riding time: approximately 1 hour 15 minutes one way Llangrannog Llangrannog is a very quiet coastal destination with parking and a pub right by the beach Route from the Campsite. HERE Riding time approximately 30 minutes one way
Aberaeron - (Elan & Claerwen Valleys)
If you fancy a full day of riding, this route takes in the best of coastal, mountain and valley routes. Route from the Campsite. HERE Riding time approximately 2 hours one way
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Llanybydder - Owls Nest Bikers Cafe’ Llandovery
A nice bimble up to the Owls Nest for a Cofee and delicious Cake. Route from the Campsite. HERE Riding time approximately 1 hour 10 mins one way
Owls Nest Bikers Cafe’ Llandovery - Bikers Campsite
Once you have walked off the Cake or the Bacon Sandwich at the Owls Nest, and if you fancy a healthy round the houses route back to the campsite, take this route back.. Route from the Campsite. HERE Riding time approximately 2 hour 30 mins one way