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By *chtung honey OP   Man 12 weeks ago

Cardiff

Anybody know of any green lanes to go riding around the cardiff area? Any groups out there that go out on a regular basis?

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By (user no longer on site) 10 weeks ago

Not in your neck of the woods but look up Trans European Trail. (TET)

It has all the legal (off-road) byways on gps files for you to download.

There’s something like 44,000kms in Europe including England & Wales.

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By *rygveMan 10 weeks ago

Everywhere and Nowhere

Definitely take a look at the above or have a look at routes I. ViewRanger for your area.

What are you riding ?

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By *chtung honey OP   Man 10 weeks ago

Cardiff

Thanks both, had a look at the suggestions and found some good trails to venture out on.

I'm riding a Tenere 700, so far only on road but thought if its capable of doing off road - why not? Need to brush up my off road techniques a little bit with some milder terrains first though.

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By *rygveMan 10 weeks ago

Everywhere and Nowhere

Take a look at one of the off-road courses in Wales? The T7 is more than capable machine. Take it easy and get the proper tyres and you’ll be fine.

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By *ojanglesMan 10 weeks ago

welsh wales

Look up the Trf group .

Regular rides Green lanes all around wales .

Youl be very surprised how many there are not too far from you

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By (user no longer on site) 10 weeks ago

TRF are really good to join up with. There’s a good route up around hay on wye - Builth Wells - route plotted on ViewRanger etc

There’s also a Yamaha off road school up in mid wales. And a Green laning experience/hire over in Melksham - days ride up over Salisbury Plain

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By *rygveMan 10 weeks ago

Everywhere and Nowhere

Have a search for brake-magazine as there are quite a few videos on there to get guidance from.

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By *chtung honey OP   Man 10 weeks ago

Cardiff

I've had a look at TRF and think they meet up once a month in the Cardiff area...so definitely something to pursue in the new year. Anybody else on here already a member?

Also going to get my sat nav mounted on top of my display screen (as long as it doesnt shake to much) and download some trails from there. I'm a bit of a novice off road, so slow and steady definitely the way to go with me to stop me face planting in a ditch somewhere!

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By *rygveMan 10 weeks ago

Everywhere and Nowhere

You’ll be wondering why you didn’t do it years ago after your first few rides.

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By *xxLandNxxxCouple 9 weeks ago

midlands

I took my t7 rally off road a couple of times stock tyres a awful on grass and mud but can still have some fun off road just take your time and enjoy

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