Pentlands wednesday night bog snorkelling
so jez avery, then? moustachios too?
proflex with rigid forks for the win!
If you guys think there’ll be plenty of riding available then I’m up for it.
Well it’ll be wet and best avoid phantoms, capelaw hill and and nail trail type routes I guess, though they have been doing some drainage work on phantoms.Posted 6 years ago
MTBScotland reports that the Nail Trail is underwater. The upper bit of Poet’s Glen is fine (well was on Sunday). The lower half had a stream running down it on Sunday but as it’s all rocks down there anyway it didn’t seem to make much difference.
In addition there was a stream running down a large chunk of the Ranger Road, water was flowing down both sides of Maidens Cleugh and the path through Green Cleugh was submerged near the ford by the waterfall. The Hare Hill path was surprisingly dry in comparison.Posted 6 years agoKunstlerMember
Poet’s Glen was fine last night. I got thoroughly soaked though. I was amazed at the amount of water flowing through Green Cleugh on Sunday. Strangely it was fairly dry the Sunday before yet there was more water running off Maiden’s that day.Posted 6 years ago
It’s going to be wet wherever you go. I might be out later – if TJ is out riding it’ll give me a chance to catch up reading the ‘logo’ thread. 😀
Well that was a seriously fun/wet/muddy trip out. Very wet up there but with some careful choices it seemed to work out well.
Can’t believe how much my feet hurt in the shower after – felt like they were thawing out after a winter ride, not a summer blast!
Hope I didn’t bang on too much about how good the bike was uphill 😳 just a change for me to enjoy climbing!!Posted 6 years ago
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