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A guide to riding your motorbike in Pontypridd

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The Bike club in Pontypridd

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Biking roads

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A guide to riding your motorbike in Pontypridd

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A guide to riding your motorbike in Pontypridd

The Bike club in Pontypridd

The Pontypridd and the District Motorcycle Club has completed more than 25 years of its existence. Members of the club meet every week on Tuesday in Llanover Arms, Pontypridd. The meeting generally begins at 8:30 PM. The club describes itself as a social and non-political club. It is affiliated to British Motorcycle Federation (BMF). Members are from all sections of the society. All varieties of motorcycles are permitted, from sports versions to ones fully kitted out for adventure. There is one common interest, talking about and riding motorcycles.


Rideouts are organized fairly quickly and as much on weekends. These rides could cover the whole of Wales region and also the west and south of England. A number of weekend rallies are held all through the year.


The  Pontypridd and the District Motorcycle Club most often organizes ride outs all over the world. Few of the popular destinations include France, Isle of Man and Switzerland. A few members are specifically interested in racing bikes. They attend the race meetings all over the United Kingdom. Club members are extremely welcoming. Individuals who wish to be members are invited to informal club nights, where they are chatted up to see whether they would fit into the ethos of the club.

The Bike club in Pontypridd

Biking roads

A40: From Abergavenny to Llandovery – This road has multiple open corners with excellent visibility. Do be careful of police presence.
A4069: From Brynamman to Llangadog – Take the A4069 from  Brynamman to Llangadog located in South West Wales. This is near Ammanford. It cuts across the open terrain and crosses a large hill. The route can be tough in a few places. It is an extremely fun route to ride as it is twisty and narrow.
A4075: From Carew to Pembroke – This is a short and pleasant rural section having a good surface. Be careful, however, of blind junctions.
A4120: From Aberystwyth to Ponterwyd – This is an extremely scenic route. It is parallel to A44 but runs on the valley’s other side. There can be excessive tourist traffic in summer months. Keep this fact in mind prior to planning a trip.
A44: From Aberystwyth to Llangurig – This road is fast and goes through a few picturesque valleys. There are marked changes in the elevation. Visibility is quite good due to the decline or incline. You can easily see what is happening ahead.
A70: From Merthyr to Brecon – It is a short strip, but fun to ride.
A478: From Narberth to Begelly – It is a beautiful and well surfaced road. There could be occasional blind junctions. Otherwise, it is nice. Do note that this road can be busy in peak months. This stretch is fun during any weather.
A482: From Lampeter to Llanwrda – It is an interesting ride with different sections. The road is twisty and tight while going up. It is smoother post ascent and twisty and tight on the way down. The surface is excellent too.
A483: From Llandovery to Beulah (the Llyn Brianne reservoir) – This road is best tackled after a hearty breakfast of bacon butty and a large mug of tea. You will find them both at Llandovery. Trace the road to Llyn Brianne Reservoir located in Cambrian Mountains. Locals have named this place “Little Switzerland”.
A484: From Cardigan to Carmarthen – It has excellent corners coupled with a good road surface. Do watch out, however, for the speed cameras.
A486: From Synod Inn to  Saron – This road exits A486 at a sharp left turn. It then follows A486. This road has the maximum number of bends.
A487: From Aberystwyth to St. Davids – Ride south from Aber, traveling on A487. It has a few straight stretches and a few long bends. The road hugs the coast and has views over the Cardigan bay. Visibility is clear for miles along the coast. You can overtake other vehicles in a number of stretches.

CAMRA pubs

The Blueberry Inn is located art Market Street and has a bar which is open to all, both guests and non-guests of the hotel. The bar offers an excellent collection of real ales. The pub serves its patrons three changing beers. Lunch and evening meals are available.

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