Brief details of the Welsh DH Champs. It’s an open championship, everyone of all nationalities welcome, however, the fastest Welsh man or woman, will be the category champion.
It’s about time we showed you some of the fab stuff that’s been arriving in the office while we were busy finishing the previous issue of Singletrack magazine.
Just a reminder that this year’s Marin Roughride is on Sunday June 14th, one week later than 2008.
It’s that time of year again when SingletrAction do their “membership drive”. There’s benefits for you and the trails – a win/win situation. The trails you love to ride cannot be maintained without the funds raised through membership.
It’s 2009 and singlespeeding’s still not dead! The upcoming 2009 UK Single Speed Championships at Dalby Forest on the 6th and 7th of June has provided scientific proof that pronouncements of singlespeeding’s demise are distinctly premature. Nearly 300 riders have already signed up and places on the start line are disappearing fast. Strong local support […]
No doubt you’ve seen Danny’s latest video – which was “YouTube phenomenon” that even your Mum probably forwarded you details of. Here’s some more footage of him blowing people’s minds…
Another astounding turn out meant the trails at Swinley Forest was awash with hundreds of happy riders who had decided to partake in the renowned Gorrick Gore 100 Challenge. Joolze Dymond reports…
The CTC’s Awards and Recruitment Committee gave a Highly Commended Award to Richard Abbott for his contribution to cycling in his region.
During the upcoming weekend, Houffalize, Belgium will experience a big premiere. In addition to hosting its traditional Olympic cross-country race, the town in the Luxembourg Ardennes will also organize a four-cross World Cup event. This will be the first “double” cross-country and 4X World Cup leg to be held in Belgium.
Only two weeks to go before the 2nd event of Merida Bikes MTB Marathon Series 2009 will open its doors at the new event location of the Glanusk Estate in Crickhowell. The event will take place on the 16-17th May with the 17th being the marathon day.
The Forestry Commission is putting the finishing touches to a 6.5 kilometre (4 mile) cross-country route on its estate in the 3,440-hectare (8,600-acre) wood, which will be used to stage the Nissan UCI Cross-Country Mountain Bike World Cup in Yorkshire next year if an ambitious bid is successful.