- Muddiest place to ride in the UK
oldnpastit – Member
Those fatbike pictures – that isn’t mud. That’s muddy silty sand, not the same thing at all.
Noob – It is tidal river mud, but I suppose it demonstrates how sh1te fatbike cope with muddy / soft conditions 🙄
Well I live in Scotland & ride everything Grum decribes & it does just fine. Up here we ride our bikes, not bang on about our mud is better that yous.Ken. 😉
Posted 4 years agovotchySubscriber
Riding in mud is quite subjective, there are muddy places that good mud tyres will get you through and there is mud with high clay content that no mud tyre will cope with. Wyre forest has few places that a proper mud tyre cannot cope with but not far away the bridleways of worcestershire just clog everything up and become a walk carrying a bike rather than a ride. I enjoy riding in the mud but only when you can keep pedalling for the majority of the ride, when everything gets clogged up it isn’t fun anymore.Posted 4 years agophiiiiilSubscriber
Eastnor is amazing. The Malverns are the least muddy place I have ever ridden; there’s just no proper mud all year round. Even the day after the insane flooding in 2007 when all was carnage my brother and I went for a ride up there and came back pretty clean.
Then you go just a few miles south, to the landrover tracks around the woods of Eastnor, and it’s like the world is overcompensating…Posted 4 years ago
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