- Calling Bristol Folk
Just to clarify. There’s loads of ways. The two best are:
Via the road – Exit the car park the way you came in and the go down Ronham hill, cut across to under the flyover
Off-road – Carry along the fire-road then take one of the cheeky trails down to the river (pretty much due North) and follow the river to the fly over. This is 100% off road but further.Posted 4 years agorondo101Member
Depends what time of day, but I’ve never seen it REALLY busy. Sometimes there’s no-one, other times there might be 4 or 5 people.
And I’d echo santacoops’ advice. Park down the bottom near the Create Centre, a few laps of the pump track & then up Rownham Hill for laps of LW & AC. Find a local to point you in the direction of a more interesting descent from LW down to the tow path when you’re finished.Posted 4 years ago
Cheers rondo, its looking like an early one so i doubt it will be too busy at 9.30!
The Scenic route sounds much more up my street fuzzhead. Ive wanted to try and find the other old trails around the woods, but never known what they were called. Now i do, and a helping hand from google, ive managed to locate the start of Rocky Horror atleast!Posted 4 years agoacjimMember
Just to hijack this LW/Brizl thread – anyone know when the “gully run” appeared and whether there are more “new” dh trails in LW?
When i was riding before the new LW man made stuff it was knicker/switch back/rocky valley/picnic bench and some fierce freeride stuff near the river path.Posted 4 years ago
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