coed y brenin
I did it on the Mmmbop, the Soul would have been a bit less brutal on the old posterior though! Fantastic place, maybe not a huge amount of variety to it but I love rocks so we got along quite well. We did the beast one day then went back the next and did the tarw (with a wee lap around the start and finish of the beast again to lengthen the day), both were mint.
Some people would say it’s hard on a hardtail just because of the surface, and that’s probably true- there were a few bits where it was hard to get the power down or keep things smooth- but that’s also why I loved it I think. I’d go back tomorrow if it was closer.Posted 7 years agopopstarMember
Did it on my ex Rockhopper. Stunning riding, considering it’s a trail center.
Hardtail = Hardcore, FS = More speed, less pain. In love with rocky bits, and crossing running streams is a bonus!
I would ride it 1st day on HT and 2nd day on me FS. The Beast (MBR+Dragons back combined) is awesome trail. Maybe CYB isn’t modern bikepark tabletop slopestyle center, but god it’s a good old place to ride.Posted 7 years agosinglespeedstuSubscriber
it’s all good, I don’t believe anyone’s really bothered what other folk ride, it’s just banter
You speak for yourself there stuart.
I’m cut to the core ever time i see someone riding a bike that doesn’t fit with my ideas.
A couple of days ago I saw two people on Giants and almost gave up riding for ever.Posted 7 years ago
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