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About Us

We offer high class skills & performance coaching.

Whether you want to learn the basics so that you feel more confident on your mountain bike, improve your jumps and drops or master technical terrain we have you covered.

With a sports scientist and two international athletes on the coaching team we can also help you with achieving your performance goals, whether that be riding further and getting fitter or conquering the race scene, we can help.

We are the leading mountain bike training company in North Wales, with an international reputation for delivering client centred training. We are the official coaching partner of Beics Brenin and our partnership aims to increase the accessibility and quality of coaching for all.  We are the official coaching providers for Coed y Brenin and Antur Stiniog and deliver at these sites and across North Wales.  Internationally we deliver guide training courses in Kenya, Nepal and Greece and are constantly seeking opportunities to continue to deliver quality guide training courses overseas.

Meet the Team

Al Seaton

Al’s been delivering Mountain Bike Leadership courses since 2008 and has worked all over the world delivering training and providing consultancy advice to holiday and tour companies, in Kenya, Greece and Canada.  Qualified to deliver British Cycling’s Level 2 and Level 3 Mountain Bike Leadership Awards, he is also heavily involved in helping the Nepalese mountain bike community. In 2017, with the support of  British Cycling he trained the first female mountain bike leaders in Nepal, delivering the training in the Annapurna region.

Ed Roberts

A seasoned racer, Ed has travelled the world racing and riding bikes on all terrain. A love of two wheels began early for Ed, competing in the British and European motorbike trials series from a young age until university. Fast-forward a few years and for the past three years he has competed against the world’s best in the Enduro World Series and prestigious events like Megavalanche.

Rik Barratt

Rik discovered Mountain Biking as a teenager and spent hours watching videos of the sport before building his first bike up from scratch at the age of 22, and he’s been inseparable from anything with two wheels since. He combined this passion for riding with his Athletics Coaching background whilst working as an Outdoor Instructor in Yorkshire, delivering GCSE Mountain Biking and Road Cycling courses. From this, Rik gained both his British Cycling Level 2 MTB Coach and Guide awards before moving to Wales to focus on his personal riding. His real strength is ‘performance analysis’, helping clients identify areas to work on to improve their confidence and ability.

Clare Mitchell

Henri Brown

Keith Morey

Keith bought his first mountain bike in 1986, and has been riding various types of bikes ever since. This has included cross country racing, many Polaris Challanges, endurance events, gravel rides, time trials, triathlon, touring and commuting, but he has always mountain biked along side these.

Kath Goodey