- Inners Enduro trails first timer
Easy to find the starts of the main ones, as you say they’re up near matador- classic goes off to the left a little before matador, then pass matador on your right, then there’s the alistair lees, then there’s a shit one on the left through the wall, then mince baby mince on the right then another flatter one on the right whose name I don’t know. Nice and visible and easy to follow.
Only thing you have to watch is that the first 3 there all have a break and sometimes folk miss the bottom sections. The Classic goes down to the red route- you carry on down the red, then onto the black, then just after the biggest uppy-downy rock garden turn right back onto the mud, easy to spot.
The Alistair Lees and Mince Baby Mince both cross a fire road and the next section’s not totally obvious- turn a little left on the first, and a little right on the second, and just keep your eyes peeled.
They are ace- nothing like as hard as golfcourse stuff, mind, but ace, tons going on.Posted 4 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
Yep, in fact the classic is almost ever dry 😆 (logic says the water should run off it, it’s like a swamp nailed to a 45 degree slope). The bottom half of mince baby mince isn’t always much fun though and it’s a wee bit more fragile. But the top half and the alistair lees are better wet than dry, bit of grease brings out their best I reckon.Posted 4 years ago
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