Beiciau Madian Quads

Ty Mawr, Penegoes, Machynlleth, Powys
Tel: 01654 702746

Riding over our beautiful hillsides!

Beiciau Madian Quads is based at Ty Mawr just outside Machynlleth. We are on the mountain road to Llanidloes in the heart of undiscovered Mid Wales.

We offer several treks, catering to everyone from complete novices to experienced 4x4 drivers. The experience is unique and satisfaction is guaranteed! Safety is paramount, of course; all our leaders are qualified and the courses start with a safety brief. The treks include all safety equipment.

On any of our treks you will travel down green lanes, retracing ancient routes that were lifelines for generations of travellers. These ancient and little-used routes offer our bikers an opportunity to see breaktaking and beautiful areas that only intrepid hill-walkers and farmers are likely to share.

Through a stream

The Treks

Junior Madian (suitable for 8-year-olds and over - allow one hour) - £20.00
This tour gives a solid introduction to quad biking, after which the youngsters have a chance to sample the environment of biking within a safe environment.

Madian X-ite (suitable for 12-year-olds and over - allow one hour) - £25.00
An X-iting trek giving teenagers and adults alike the unique opportunity to experience an exhilerating quad bike adventure.

Mini Madian (strictly 16 years and over - allow one hour) - £30.00
This tour will give you a solid introduction to a quad bike. After an introduction the rider is given the chance to get the feel of the machine before starting on a one-hour trek.

Action Madian (strictly 16 years and over - allow two hours) - £55.00
This is an action-packed trek that takes in spectacular views and more difficult technical stages through exciting and varied terrain.

 

We also cater for Hen and Stag Parties, Birthday Parties, Groups and Corporate Days - we are open all year!

More information

For more information, please call us on 01654 702746 or write to us at Ty Mawr, Penegoes, Machynlleth, Powys.


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