Any younger folk (20's) riding around Sheffield regularly?
Simon- it’s not your lot that I’m on about either. That ride I did with you was great. The guys that I normally go out with do that ride in exactly the opposite direction- up the hard stuff, down the easy stuff. They’re a nice bunch but I can’t motivate myself to get out with them.Posted 4 years ago
OK, discussions have led us to meeting at Fairholmes visitor centre at 6pm on Thursday- riding some of the classic Derwent valley trails so we get an idea of what level we’re all at and how far we can go.
All those young and rad enough (ahem) are welcome. (Really, anyone is welcome*).
Hora- At no point in this thread did I say I was good at riding bikes!
*E-mail your strava profile to me first for judgement 😉Posted 4 years agoHounsMember
Munrobiker your services are requiredPosted 4 years agoshaggmiesterMember
antigee – MemberIt is Tech what we do n steep but looks nothing on the vids,those who have come out with us have a shock at the stuff in the vids when they see ittheir hair turns grey and then they try to spout off about grammar whilst they mincePOSTED 20 HOURS AGO # REPORT-POST
funny guy! 🙄
munrobiker-We do a lot of technical riding on our own built secret lines around wharney and hebbers, 😀 obviously hebbers being a bit far out for ya but your more than welcome to come ride with us down wharney, although most of us being in mid 30’s but we don’t act it, act more like teenagers so we may be too young!? 😉Posted 4 years agoblack blurSubscriber
I’m nearly 42, and enjoy canal paths and disused railways.
And Rivelin and Wharncliffe super tech.
See you Wednesday night then Luke, although only if you come to the New Barrack Tavern after the ride because I’m not allowed to ride yet after my ‘old man’ operation last week.Posted 4 years ago
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