The Welsh Tourism Board funded purpose -built trails in 5 foresrty centers.
First stop, Heathrow airport. We were the guys with all the boxes.
You want all this stuff in 2 vans?
Sharon, our tour operator, meet us with a "Cherrio, lads".
Our first 2 nights were in Neath, at the Green Lantern Farm.
Our Gwesty Bach Guest House was built in the early 1800s.
A proper English breakfast was served in this quaint dining room.
Watch your step, first door on the right.
On site was the T-Bones restaurant. The rack of lamb was to die for.
Since it didn't get dark until 10:30, Robert had time to make friends.
After dinner we gathered outside to take in the scenery.
This is a working equestrain center offering training and rental.
Looks easier to ride than a bike.
Although some assembly was required.
Our trusty steeds were lined up and ready to go.
Last time our bikes will be this clean. Let's do the photo thing.
We all wanted that little house
There went another tooth filling.
Watch that rock.
This is the B group.
This was such fun.
It's pretty easy so far...
Our guides said there would be rocks.
They forgot the 'Wet' rocks part.
Amelia takes time for a bike wash.
Vic contemplates his line over the rocks.
And so it goes, down... down... down.