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  • Ecky-Thump
    Member

    link/copy of the pic and we’ll see what we can do.

    paulevans
    Member

    Being the tight git that I am, I didn’t buy the mag!! Might pop back later to get it. I’ll post the photo if I do.

    paulevans
    Member

    Just been thumbing through the latest copy of MBR in WHSMith and have seen the article on testing electronic suspension in the Lake District. If anyone has the mag, can one of you help me identify the location of the photo on page 90. I’m thinking Ullswater but i can t be sure. Where the trail runs from / to for extra bonus points!

    wl
    Member

    Warnscale was in that article – Honister slate mine down to Butteremere – cracking descent. I don’t buy the mag tho, so I can’t be sure if that’s the one you’re on about.

    paulevans
    Member

    Anyone else have any ideas on this?

    Rockape63
    Member

    This thread is of no use without pictures! 😐

    edlong
    Member

    Not got the mag in front of me, but I think it was the Howtown end of the Ullswater singletrack. They did a feature on it a month or two ago, so I expect to see photos of it in most major features for the next six months or so.

    Junkyard
    Member

    DO MBR not have a forum – its seems somewhat odd ot ask on here what is happening in their mag tbh

    NO idea re the answer though but pictures would be somewhat useful

    baby
    Member

    Yeah, it’s in the Lake District.

    The trail runs from up near the top of the hill to somewhere near the bottom.

    What do I win?

    Premier Icon ir_bandito
    Subscriber

    This pic?

    I’d say that’s Fleetwith Pike

    Premier Icon DezB
    Subscriber

    Electronic suspension eh? Whatever next? Mind controlled gears?

    wl
    Member

    Yep, Fleetwith Pike, aka Warnscale.

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