WYCH LODGE BIKE PARK
DO I HAVE TO PAY TO USE WYCH LODGE?
The trails are on Forestry England land and permissive access is granted to all forest users. The mountain bike trails are maintained by volunteers and are free to use
WHY DO YOU NEED MY MONEY?
Over the years volunteers have funded tools and materials from there own pocket. As the quality of building and volume of traffic has increased over the years we require more funds to continue to maintain and improve the trails
HOW DO I DONATE?
Bank details for Wych Lodge Bike Park can be found below:
Account name: Wych Lodge Bike Park
Account number: 34922563
Sort code: 30-98-97
HOW IS WYCH LODGE BIKE PARK RUN
The trails at Wych Lodge have been maintained by a small group of volunteers lead by Andrew Hughes for almost 20 years in co-operation with Forestry England. In January 2021 Andrew along withlead volunteers Alan Robinson and Stephen Wills formed a constituted club to take our local community facility to the next level.
WHY SHOULD I BECOME A MEMBER OF WYCH LODGE BIKE PARK?
First and foremost you get a formal vote on how club funds are spent, the design and redesign of the trails, and other club matters at our general meetings. THE ADVENTURE SUPPORT SPECIALIST is also offering club members unique discounts on events and courses.
HOW MUCH IS MEMBERSHIP?
Membership is £120 for a year. From date of purchase
We prefer payment to be made in full however if you are unable to do this we can arrange a monthly payments of £10
- please note for full voting rights the full £120 must be paid by the time of the AGM scheduled December 2021
WHERE DO I GET HATS AND T-SHIRTS
Hats and T-Shirts are available from THE ADVENTURE SUPPORT SPECIALIST shop. A portion of your payment is donated by TASS to Wych Lodge Bike Park.
Merchandise can be delivered locally (Taunton / Wellington) free of charge or we can arrange to meet you at the trails.
WILL YOU BE RUNNING EVENTS AT WYCH LODGE?
All in due course and covid restrictions allowing we aim to have a summer Jam in July this year
HOW DO I GET INVOLVED WITH THE DIG CREW
Currently we have paused formal dig days due to the Covid regulations. As of May 17th we aim to be able to advertise dig days on the Wych Lodge Facebook page.
In the mean time please contact Andrew Hughes, Alan Robinson or Stephen Wills directly.
WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH THE FELLING
All things going to plan the piddle wood harvest will be complete by June 2021. (fingers crossed) It will take several weeks to get the trails up and running and some big changes are planned.
We will make announcements on the Facebook page in due course