Not going to plan at Cwm Carn (photo)
1st thing … Hope your ok mate – i mean ur mate of course ..
Its a nasty section to be face planting for sure. Rocky & rooty by that stream.
2nd thing … Why the need to carry so much around such a short trail centre?
A tube,pump, chaintool & spare link … maybe bottle of water ..all easilly carried on bike or in pockets.
Anyways. Good pics. Heal quickly mate.Posted 5 years agowreckerMember
Who wants to go riding with a bloody inner tube, multi tool, pump and water bottle in their pockets?Posted 5 years ago
Do you go up to riders on the trail and ask them what they have a camelbak on? I bet you don’t, so why would it be acceptable on here?
FFS stop worrying about what others choose to do and mind your business.
Agree with wrecker. I wouldt want anything in my pockets. And as theres no room for a water bottle on my frame so i find a small camelback is the most practical option.
Other than the pads stuffed into the back his camelback dosent look that big, not that he needs to justify it anyway.Posted 5 years ago
Still can’t think where those steps are.
If there the ones im thinking of its when you go past the pay booth for the forest drive, then up the steep section then cross a small timber bridge and its literally 10m on your left. The stream (or river bed) will be to your rightPosted 5 years agostumpy01Member
I’ve been trying to work out where this could be.
I think it is on the lower section by the stream. You can miss this very easily when riding it, as the trail just swoops round. But if it’s the bit I’m thinking of, there’s a shoot up a little hill and then down these steps back onto the trail, while the more obvious trail just carries on past it.Posted 5 years ago
If it is there, then it is a lot steeper than those pics suggest but I thought it was rockier and the steps weren’t so obvious as the look.
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