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The woodlands and forests managed by Natural Resources Wales are home to some of the most famous mountain bike trails in Wales – see our mountain biking page for more information.
If you are looking for a more sedate cycle ride, you can cycle on any forest roads.
There are cycle routes or other facilities for cycling at these woodlands and forests:
Some of our trails are suitable for people using adaptive cycles.
We have produced a series of films to help you work out how suitable some of these trails may be for you before you visit.
Each film is narrated by a disabled person as they negotiate the route using their own equipment.
To watch the films go to Trails for users of adaptive equipment
Whether you fancy pedalling along a quiet cycle track or embarking on a more challenging ride, cycling is a great way to enjoy the outdoors.
As well as cycling on the road, there are plenty of other places to cycle in Wales.
Sometimes we need to close or divert trails whilst we undertake maintenance work or forest operations or for other reasons such as bad weather.
We add details about trail closures and diversions to the relevant woodland or visitor centre web page.
We also put signs about closures and any diversions at the start of each trail.
Please follow all diversion signs and instructions from our staff on site for your own safety.
You may need to apply for permission before organising activities or events on the land managed by Natural Resources Wales.
Find out more about organising an activity or event.
The Countryside Code applies to all parts of the countryside in England and Wales.
It aims to help everyone respect, protect and enjoy the outdoors.
You can download a copy of the Countryside Code before your ride.
Natural Resources Wales also has a forest cycle code of conduct which you can find on our mountain biking page.