Singletrack Magazine Issue 123 : Editorial

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Greasing Out Words Chipps Daz was our ride leader for the evening, so he got to deliver the pep talk at the top of the final descent – a rocky start with a rollercoaster grassy singletrack lower down that got faster. It was one of our local favourites, but a couple of riders had never ridden it before so Daz filled them in on some of the hazards. A little overkill normally but, hey, it was pitch black.  “It starts rocky and awkward, but then opens out onto a grass ride where you can go flat out. Mind some of...

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