• YOUR NEXT CYCLING ADVENTURE STARTS HERE

    YOUR NEXT CYCLING ADVENTURE STARTS HERE

  • YOUR NEXT CYCLING ADVENTURE STARTS HERE

    YOUR NEXT CYCLING ADVENTURE STARTS HERE

  • YOUR NEXT CYCLING ADVENTURE STARTS HERE

    YOUR NEXT CYCLING ADVENTURE STARTS HERE

Spectacular Cycling Adventures in West Wales

Our cycling holidays and trips showcase the glorious Welsh landscape, from breathtaking mountain passes and remote hill-top lakes and reservoirs, to meandering rivers winding through lush green valleys and a stunning coastline. We have cycling adventures for everyone, from gently paced rides along quiet country lanes and cycle tracks, to challenging mountain climbs and exhilarating descents. We have the local knowledge and expertise to help you plan the perfect cycling trip. And when you’re done cycling you can enjoy our wonderful Welsh hospitality, with great places to stay, eat and relax. We'll help you make your next cycling adventure a memorable one.

Spotlight on...The Cambrian Mountains

We're very lucky to have the Cambrian Mountains on our doorstep, one of the remotest, least populated and wildest areas of Wales. Nestled between the better-known national parks of Snowdonia to the north, and Pembrokeshire to the south, this is an undiscovered natural wilderness that offers spectacular cycling...

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Crys Melyn Cycling is LIVE!
Well, we've done it. We've launched Crys Melyn Cycling. Our mission? To help more people to discover the cycling delights of…
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Why cycle with us?


Spectacular cycling

On our rides you'll get breathtaking scenery, dramatic landscapes and traffic-free routes.

We know what we're doing

Our experienced team will make your cycling adventure memorable and worry-free.

We're here for you

You can count on us to be your back-up on and off the bike.

Only the best will do

We only recommend the best routes, rest-stops, eateries and beds.

One of "the best mountain regions in terms of breathtaking scenery, lush natural beauty, challenging long climbs and mountain rivers and lakes."

Cycling Weekly (August 2017)