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  • Premier Icon cinnamon_girl

    There is indeed singletrack in Bramshill. Easiest to start from the car park by the menage.

    Edit: in the Heath Warren area of the Forest. It was used for a race back in Summer. You can pick up the singletrack from the road that dissects the Forest, ie the car parking area by St. Neot’s.

    Premier Icon singletrackfred

    There is lots of nice riding in Bramshill. Take some time and have a good explore round. As cinnamon_girl has suggested, start at the car park by St Neots and head south. They have recently been felling trees so some routes have changed, but there is plenty to find. I was there this morning and it is nice a dry as well.

    Thanks cinnamon girl 🙂

    I’ll go exploring round there and see what I can find.

    Also is there some stuff by Finchampstead Ridges?

    Premier Icon cinnamon_girl

    Er, The Ridges is National Trust land but you can certainly ride around Simon’s Wood. Nothing interesting though.

    Swinley’s not far!

    Edit: there’s singletrack in Yateley Heath Wood.

    Well I won’t be riding by The Ridges then…

    I had thought about Swinley but I mainly wanted to do stuff from the door of my folks house rather than having a car faff first!

    Anybody know what the riding is like round here?


    Premier Icon cinnamon_girl

    There are some bridleways on The Ridges but is heavily used by horses. It would be easy to link up Heath Warren and Yateley Heath Wood – both have been used for races so there is singletrack.

    If you have a road bike then there are some pleasant lanes around.

    Premier Icon boltonjon

    I ride the area regularly with the local club – lots of great trails and easy to link up! 🙂


    Crowthorne wood (which links up with Swinley) is literally about a 15min ride from “The Ridges”.

    Just depends on exactley where you are.

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