- no car, no ride..?!
are you one of those unfortunate soles that does not have transport, pulls a grim face when you open up MBUK to see gisburn trails or glentress..why are these forrests so unaccessable..! how many others out there share this opinion and why arnt the forrestry commision doing anything about it, my money goes on my bike..there for no money for a crappy unreliable fiesta..!Posted 8 years ago
how many others out there share this opinion and why arnt the forrestry commision doing anything about it, my money goes on my bike..there for no money for a crappy unreliable fiesta..!
How many? Very few I’d imagine.Posted 8 years ago
Why should the forrresstryyyy commissiioon do anything? Instead of just complaing, try suggesting a solution too
You pays your money, you takes your choice.
and why arnt the forrestry commision doing anything about it,
wo wo wo…back up. was not blaming the forrestry comision, these guys i take my hat off to.
Sorry for misunderstanding. 😕
whether it be ride share or a bus service there has to be a simple solution..?
Sell the bike, buy a cheaper one and a crappy Fiesta.Posted 8 years ago
Move closer to the forests and move house whenever you fancy a change.
Ride closer to home.
EdinburghCXrider – two fairly obvious choices:
(1) Get a number 62 bus from Ed city centre to the entrance of glentress then hire a bike at the hub.
(2) Join city car club then put bike in car and drive (or for further afield, and especially at the weekends you can get amazing deals on car hire from the likes of Enterprise – £11.99 a day!).Posted 8 years agobuzz-lightyearMember
I have car, but little time to travel to trails further than 1 hour away. I’m lucky that there good, challenging trails within an hour of home.
I still hanker after bike-travelling: I’d love to do weekends on the Shropshire hills, Mid-Wales, Kiroutree, Yorkshire and others.
But I find the main frustration is the lack of local winter-proof trails. A more local trail centre would be ace: Longleat Forest?Posted 8 years ago
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