Riding round St Ives Cornwall
Some DH tracks very near St Ives, search YouTube for Rosewall. Plenty of stuff around Poldice valley between Redruth and Bissoe that’s worthy of the Five, or head up to the new trail centre at Cardinham Woods near Bodmin.
Probably best seeing of you can hook up with either Penwith MTB or Cornish Trailriders, both are on Facebook I think (CTR are definitely, not sure about PMTB though).Posted 4 years agoDaveyMember
Yay! holiday time next week – got a week in glorious St Ives, Cornwall. Been loads of times before but never had room to take the bike before so mainly done boarding and walking, but got room for a bike (or 2). So should I take the hardtail, the Orange 5 or the road iron?
Any locals got any nice off road routes round there, had a look at a few road routes on quiet lanes – will I have to battle with Caravanners 🙁 Not fussed about the Camel Trail, done that a few times before…
Thanks in advance for any ideas/tips (about routes 🙂Posted 4 years agojulianwilsonMember
the hells teeth downhill section would be ‘interesting’ on a cx bike (there is a blue option that avoids this and the bastid climb to it), all the rest including the other red bit is definitely 100mm (singlspeed!) hardtail or rigid territory. Great trail, mind, and nice cakes too.Posted 4 years ago
I,m back at Redruth on Sat. For the week. last time on the coast to coast trail I went through an old quarry of some sort which looked like it could be fun for a bit of a ride round . Also a lot of bits of Singletrack in Tehidy woods but I.m not sure how much there is there.Posted 4 years ago
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