- Biking in Buckinghamshire?
I live near Amersham – there are few bridleways actually out of town itself, but go immediately north to Chesham and there’s a great network; east towards Chenies and there’s also a good few to choose from (and Shire Lane down towards Denham). Follow the canal up towrds Berkhamstead for a different type of terrain, and as stated, can be cobined with the Wendover area (train from Amersham – Wendover a good option when it’s wet). West Chilterns if you have transport over from Henley is superb.
Best way to start off is to join West Drayton MTB club social rides (good internet site).
Look forward to seeing you around!
Just pack some mud tyres for this time of year.Posted 8 years agomartingMember
Closest club to you is Summit MTB Lots of members in and around Amersham, rides from the doorstep, including a regular Monday night from Seer Green (~3 miles from Amersham) and many more ad-hoc ones during both the week and weekend. There’s also a club ride targeted at newcomers this Sunday – details on the website.Posted 8 years agob rMember
Cheers guys, plenty to be getting on with there. Not moving down till jan so prob be just in time for the snow…
Just so you are aware, it is compulsary in the Chilterns to use Mud X’s (at least) in the months of Dec/Jan/Feb…, oh, and hope your bike has plenty of mud room. 😉Posted 8 years agoddmonkeySubscriber
Yeah loads of fun riding, cheeky trails in lots of the woods around Amersham, Little Chalfont, Cheynes, Latimer. The Summit MTB track in Lotts Wood is a great all weather track becuase its not got clay soil. So good for a bit of winter training doing a few laps there if its wet. Also not far from Swinley Forest in Bracknell, Aston Hill for DH, plus Chicksands other riding spots a hour away.
Have fun!Posted 8 years ago
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