Nomad Membership

Looking for adventure inspiration? Do you like to plan your own rides but would like some further options to explore? Looking for a way to ride more in more places but not spend a lot of hard earned dough?

Become a Nomad!


I started riding by creating my own adventures, hunting down what other people have tried and making them my own.  Here I am 7 years later, a level 3 MTB guide with some massive adventures under my belt. Everyone rides differently now, and building your own adventure is part of that. Becoming a Nomad means you get to ride so much for free, have exclusive access to DIY adventure plans, and deep discounts to adventure trips.  Where you can choose to sort everything yourself and just ride with us, or let us do the total plan for you.  You will have a preferential price and DIY trips are only available to members.

Why become a Nomad?

  • Exclusive access to routes
  • Ride for free on any Wednesday or Friday ride (up to 20 dates a year)
  • Access hidden Strava profile for any free rides you can’t make
  • The Classic Gap ride is always free
  • Member discounts for education and coaching days
  • DIY options for all 2-3 day adventures

Maintenance & Coaching Days

As a Nomad you will have a 20% discount on any date.

2-3 day Adventures

These can be a big planned trips like North Wales and the Traws-Bannau, or sneaky weekend getaways that we have planned to the Peaks, Yorkshire, Exmoor, Quantocks, and bespoke ride adventures we create around the King Alfred’s Way, West Kernow, or the Traws-Eryri.  You can come along for the fun and adventure by booking your own accommodation and showing up to ride. Sometimes saving over 80% of what non-nomads pay. Or take the generous 20% Nomad discount for the full adventure package.

Wednesday & Friday rides

These days have traditionally been our local exploring rides. We try out new tracks, ride favourites, and explore new things. These rides will always be open and free to you as a Nomad, we will also give you access to the Strava route if you can’t make a date, that way you can always explore on your own, in your own time.

Gravel, XC, and Enduro

These are the style of rides we do.  Our go to is always Enduro, we like a climb and a techy descent.  But XC and Gravel are developing more and more.  There are times when we want to see more, go further, and not feel the drag of the big bike and tyres… All rides will have a recommendation on them so you know what bike is suitable.

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