Tourism Trade: 

If you are a tourism provider within Powys and would like to know more about help available  or advertising your business on MidWalesmyWay please visit our trade site www.tourismpowys.com

We would love to hear from you so drop us a line at: midwalesmyway@gmail.com

© 2019 Mid Wales My Way

Designed with a Difference 
Mogwai Media 

Moving Wheels

Cycling in Powys

Mid Wales forms the geographical heart of Wales, running from the Brecon Beacons National Park in the south to the foothills of Snowdonia in the north.
Its eastern boundary traces the England Wales border, and the country remains landlocked to the East, partitioned from the swells of Cardigan Bay by the rural shires of Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion.

The Cambrian Mountains form the spine of Mid Wales. These are crossed by a series of winding roads and narrow lanes that could have been purpose built for cycling, as well as an equally impressive network of off- road trails that draw mountain bikers from all over the country. The area around Mid Wales’ forests, canals and reservoirs provide a safe, traffic-free environment for family cyclists, and two National Cycle Routes cross the region - perfect for those who want to spend a few days in the saddle.


 

Quiet country lanes and back roads that provide gems of routes for family focussed ambles or adrenaline fuelled adventure seekers, where it’s not only the scenery that will take your breath away. 

ComingSoon

Exactly how dirty do you want to get? Because you and your bike might well require a serious hose down after some of our epic cross-country adventures.

If you're not a regular cyclist, you can hire specialist and alternative bikes from hubs in prominent locations across Mid Wales.

Let your feet float and your mind wander as you enjoy mile after mile of traffic free, care free two wheel delight.

From hires to health checks. 

The Good Cycling Guide

  • Be courteous – always cycle with respect for others
  • Give way to pedestrians, leaving them plenty of room 
  • Be prepared to slow down or stop if necessary
  • Don’t expect to cycle at high speeds
  • Be careful at junctions, bends and entrances
  • Remember that many people are hard of hearing or visually impaired – don’t assume they can see or hear you
  • Carry a bell and use it – don’t surprise people
  • Always follow the highway code
  • Be seen – most accidents to cyclists happen at junctions
  • Fit lights and use them in poor visibility
  • Consider wearing a helmet and bright clothing
  • Match your speed to the surface and your skills
  • Respect other land management activities, such as farming and forestry
  • Please take your litter home

National Cycle Museum

The National Cycle Museum is home to over 260 cycles from an 1818 Hobby Horse, Victorian solid-tyred machines, classic lightweights to the latest carbon-fibre designs.

The Museum is the National Cycle Museum for the UK  and is one of the leading world cycle museums .

"A treasure trove of wonders, where the wheels of time show their journey and developments through the ages"

Find us @

The Automobile Palace,

Temple Street

Llandrindod Wells

LD1 5DL

  • Facebook