Dry Trails, Frozen Mud And No Brambles. Show us your pics
Todays ride was better than summer.
Fast, fun and stuff that’s un rideable in summer due to the local unmaintained
footpathstracks was clear of arm and leg slashing brambles.
Oh and I’ve got my SS mojo back. 🙂Posted 5 years ago
Where do you mean by Enville Common? I know there’s the Million and Highgate Common but not Enville Common. 😕
I did my favourite long loop: Fens Pools > Cotwall End > Baggeridge > bridleway and descent to Wombourne > Tinkers Castle > Highgate Common > Swindon > Million > Kinver > home via Gibbet Wood and the canal.Posted 5 years agoz1ppyMember
Indeedy I did the same short trundle as Richie, again great conditions, anyone know what the crack with the sticks on the main path through the million (we cleared them, if you didn’t see them). Another stickman , or is due the the m/c tyre tracks, that were through-out the woodPosted 5 years agoaphex_2kMember
Wow. Enville Common. Lovely.
Is that gap in the wall bit over Baggerige / Himley way? Nice riding. (PS my old man’s a ranger at Himley and likes to walk his GSD over there once the park’s closed – she’s pretty friendly…)
A far cry from where I cycle now but do miss riding from Penn down through Penn common, Baggy, Himley and up the railway walk back to Penn. Ahhh.Posted 5 years ago
Rubbish pic. Would have been ace had the iPhone decided to operate the shutter when the bike was in the air about a second <— that way 😉 Still another ace day. Cold and Sleet kept the hoards off the Malverns so had much fun on rocky/steep side on silly 150mm FS bikes. It’s cold, but it’s so dry. Three rides in the last three days, no bike washing. More of that please.Posted 5 years ago
Is that gap in the wall bit over Baggerige / Himley way?
Yep it is .
Though i wouldn’t advise riding it as it’s a
footpath either end of the trail and a private woodland in the middlerubbish trail to ride. 😉
Fat bikes – righteous
Fatbikes rock in any weather but extra rock on the frozen rutty stuff.Posted 5 years agomaxtorqueMember
Can we have the mud back please? It’s taken me 8 months to get dialled in to muddy slippyness, and now, i’m back to square one, and far to chicken to commit to using all the lovely dry grip that has sprung out of nowhere! 😉
Best bit of todays ride? (other than someone taking the mick about all the gold bling on my bike 😉 Getting back, getting bike out of car, brushing bike down, putting bike straight in garage. Like, totally totally awesome dude, i was competely stoked just about that………Posted 5 years ago
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