Mugdock – finally!
peter – get yersel along on Wed night for 745 GMBC ride good trails, good craic, and hopefully good weather , at least this week. No need to join for first few rides 😛
We have 3 midweek rides – Tue at 7, which is very popular and relatively chilled, Wed at 730, which is a summer only Intro ride for new riders, and the traditional Wed 745 club ride, which is a couple of hours and great fun., Meet in the Stewart St car park. Our WordPress site is gubbed post hacking, but our Facebook page is busy.
IainPosted 4 years agopeterfileMember
I’ve been to Mugdock a couple of times and never really found much to write home about, leaving diappointed that the good trails were there but I just couldn’t find them.
Took the new bike out for it’s first outing on Saturday and I found LOADS! I must have spent 2 hours going back and forth through the forest (I can’t believe someone stole your bridge btw) and suddenly I started finding stuff all over the place! Highlights were a long and silly fast downhill with a 200ft drop on your left hand side the whole way down 🙂
So glad I finally know where stuff is, had no idea the trails were “developed”.
Didn’t see a soul for 4 hours until I got lost on the way back to the car and spotted four guys just heading into the forest who gave me a wave from afar (not a euphemism).
Would definitely be interested in heading over when locals are going, the quality of stuff is much higher than I was expecting!Posted 4 years ago
Mugdock is amazing if you know where the stuff is,ive been up loads and always have a great ride,helps when you go with people who know where all the gems are,its trying to remember it all….Posted 4 years ago
some nice bits,mr plowMember
There are currently 4 distinct trails down to Rosies Road. The one that comes out third in order up the hill is currently the best imo Ace couple of switchbacks although someone knocked down some small trees on the inside down on one switch back to make the line much easier 🙁Posted 4 years agodoug_basqueMTB.comSubscriber
It was Sonic Bob´s Flux that broke and I suggested the name Flux Incapacitator. We´d been moving fallen trees to clear the trail and a branch fell on the top tube of Bob´s flux. Great times riding those trails and the videos have brought back happy memories. Thanks!Posted 4 years ago
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