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Welsh motor ‘trike’ tours hit the road

There is a new way to see the valleys, coast and capital of Wales – from the seat of a trike-style motorcycle.

There is a new way to see the valleys, coast and capital of Wales – from the seat of a trike-style motorcycle. A company called Dragonride has started running the tours using German-built Rewaco HS5 Trikes, licensed to carry two passengers. Safety helmets, leather jackets and gloves are provided and bandannas, caps and t-shirts are for sale if required.

Tours include the sights of the Welsh capital, Cardiff, and the open road through the Vale of Glamorgan or the scenic Gower Peninsular – but customers are encouraged to suggest their own routes too. Tours are chauffeur-driven but self-drive tours are planned in the future. The adrenaline-boosting trips, designed to “find the rebel in you,” operate all year. The cost ranges from £15 per tour for a Bay Blast around Cardiff Bay to £160 for a full-day (excluding refreshments). Tel: 07840 760394.

Website: www.dragonride.org.uk


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