- Swinley Forest Enduro
well that was mint
some bastard climbs in there, good flowy bits and jumpy photo ops
thought my 21:12 time was good till I saw the qecp boys times, well done scotfitz!
great day by the bikehub guys and the hog roast was delicious, but portions needed to be greedy kimbers sized
oh and that 120mm Aeris looks really good in the fleshPosted 3 years agosuperfliMember
Great riding kimbers! That’s the best result for you in some time isn’t it? Shame we didn’t catch up with you at end.Posted 3 years ago
Lots of tight but flowy trails. Needed sharp acceleration! Wish my bike was a little lighter for this sort of thing! Well organised and well taped, plus a good selection of trails and well used for the lack of height. 7 stages as well, not usual to get that many in a day.kimbersSubscriber
my best result since b4 the twins came along!Posted 3 years ago
had to embrace nightriding- the only way im getting out, realised after southern round I did a couple of months ago that my fitness has gone through the floor, with all this baby weight Ive put on
I came 19th in Open, really happy with that. My stage times were rather inconsistent & I lost most on the shorter stages but considering that I didn’t know any of them I’m quite pleased. Had an over the bars crash on the steep right hander at the top of S6, banged my knee a bit which made the rest of it fun. So much pedalling!Posted 3 years ago
Yeah that was good fun and knew a few bits of the course. Got a cold so not 100% and managed 21:19 with one crash near the end of stage 2. Had a close call at the top of stage 6 and kind of crashed but didn’t come off. All things considered I found it well organised and had a really chilled atmosphere. Looking forward to the next one.
Here’s someone having a bad day at the top of the drop off on stage 3…
Hope he’s ok!Posted 3 years ago
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