10 More in Moray
OK OK I'm a baw bag for thinking this years would probably follow last years,
Overall I enjoyed it. the rooty sections are best hit at 100% for max effect and big smiles. The table tops, I forgot how match distance you get when you try LOL!!!
Funnist bit was at the first lap when I was behind the lad from square wheels screaming at another chap totally cutting him (and me) up before a downhill section, then refusing to let him and myself by, you had to be there 😆 😆Posted 8 years ago
next year we're splitting into pairs though.
Excellent! Although we finished second behind you, we were certainly handed our asses on a plate! It's cheating putting a youth team of skinny whippets into a senior event isn't it? 🙂Posted 8 years ago
Mind you, I'm slowly climbing up the podium and I think our best three would ahve podiumed in the trios too which we might do next year. (especially if there are team of whippets entering again). Not bad for a fat knacker rugby player I reckon. 🙂AntMMember
I enjoyed the course and atmosphere. lots of variety in terrain- cheeky off camber bends, filling losening rooty bits, a few jumps to keep me smiling 🙂 and some big ring eyeballs out flat sections, back next year for def'. well done nofuss and the local crew who put it on!Posted 8 years agoMSMember
Good course this year, glad there wasn't that muddy bit, but the roots battered your arms! Lap 12 was a hard one!
Lost out by about 30 seconds in the end to get 1st solo but I went as hard as I could!
Cheers No Fuss again for a brill event. Roll on Relentless (its the big one!)Posted 8 years agoswiss01Member
i liked the course. plenty quick and lots of room for overtaking. i probably shouldn't have done it with a cold and have paid for it since but wouldn't swap it. brilliant day, got to meet cullen and the boys who lapped me more than i really thought possible. and a handy reminder that all those back exercises the physio tells me to do really make life ona hardtaill much easier. all in a splendid time had.Posted 8 years ago
You boys need to get on the pies and Guinness. I was over the moon with 55-56 but then again I am a 16.5 stone geriatric. I have just ridden the course again to pick up any tape, signage litter left over with some other Moray MBC members. This time I did it on my summer season with pikes instead of the Rock Lobster. What a difference on the descents. I am still grinning from ear to ear 8)Posted 8 years ago
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