There’s been lots of upset on the international race scene recently, what with the Rocky Road/UCI DH debacle and now two rival World Solo Championship races being promoted for 2012. It’s only fair then that our local hill climb joined in, sparking debate over whether or not they should have cleaned the grease off the […]
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A quick look at Danny’s trials bike, seen at Eurobike.
Eurobike is over, Interbike is yet to come – that makes a Web Editor jetlagged and glum. On the plus side there’s some really rather special newness that’s arrived at Singletrack this week… Deputy Editor Jenn Hopkins Jenn is a Great Divide Racer, rider of innumerable solo 24 hour events, she’s taken part in the […]
A classic British summer tale of deluge true grit misery and suffering all from your warm office chair. Montane Kielder 100 – Take 3 Words & Images Joolze Dymond “The man who removes a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.” Chinese Proverb I suspect with the amount of grit that was removed by the […]
Stronger braking, own-colour Stan’s, pedals, lights and six speed cassettes!
Just in from Si .. Boooo. Friday – Southerly 30mph quickly becoming 40-50mph Saturday – Southerly 40mph gusts 60mph Sunday – South Westerly 40mph gusts 60mph Southerly’s are the worst direction for the gondola as the wind travels straight down the line. Friday looks like it will be OK to start with but will get […]