Bike Park Wales - Reopening

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Bike Park Wales - Reopening


Posted on June 29 in General

Please be aware that travel restrictions in Wales are different to England, and are still in place currently, although the plan is for them to be relaxed on the 6th July, but please check before travelling. 

BPW are pleased to announce the following:

We are delighted to say that we are aiming for an opening date of July 9th for pedal up riders and bike hire, including our new half day taster packages allowing you to experience Kermit our new green trail.  We will be open Thursday-Monday 9am-6pm and the café will be open for takeaway food all day.

We will also be offering private coaching sessions, to book please e-mail [email protected] or checkout our website to find out more.

All customers will be required to pre-book their passes, this can be done on the day of your visit if you wish, the aim is to reduce contact.  ALL riders will be required to complete an updated acceptance of risk form before visiting the park as it now has some additional information to cover Covid-19.  We will be limiting the number of pedal passes available each day to avoid overcrowding so make sure to plan in advance.

We plan to open the website for hire and pedal pass bookings immediately after the first ministers’ announcement at 12:30pm on Friday 3rd June.

Uplift

We are waiting on further information from Welsh Government before announcing an opening date for our uplift but fear not, we have been busy working out how to operate the uplift safely for riders and our drivers alike.  We will be operating on reduced capacities with lower numbers of riders each day and riders will be required to wear face coverings at all times in the buses.  We have a very safe and well organised system ready to launch as soon as we get the green light. 

At weekends in July and August (if we are able to operate the uplift) we will be reducing crowding by offering two 4.5 hour uplift sessions each day.  This will mean we can keep the number of riders in each session low yet still give everyone a solid amount of riding time.

It is worth noting that pay as you go uplift will be temporarily suspended to allow us to control numbers using the uplift.

For more information see Bike Park Wales

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