Tidworth Bike Park
Have been about 3 times. Twice in the dry, once in the wet.
It’s lethal in the wet as it’s very chalky. But enjoyed it in the dry.
I can ride most stuff at UK trail centres but found Tidworth quite hard. Mainly due to the steepness.
There’s a couple of easier runs (I think single orange grade so broadly equivalent to blue). But i found them steeper than any other blue I’ve ever ridden
Almost everything on those runs is rollable or avoidable, apart from a couple of smallish drops.
I ended up just sessioning a few little drops or berms rather than pushing back up for the full run. But that was midweek at lunchtime, so really quiet.
If you are looking to practice your skills then it’s worth a visit.
Hope that helps.Posted 4 years agojames239Member
I made it down so it can’t be too hard.
As above, very chalky so definitely avoid in the wet but great fun in the dry. Does seek to dry out very quick though and doesn’t suffer from mud/puddle build up.
All rollable on the blue line other than the big drop at the end known as the ‘coffin drop’. To be honest, the red (hooper Struve?) is all probably rollable too as you can go around the big drop on that run too.
All in all, a good day out and a fiver well spent I’d say. Certainly better than most other options locally.Posted 4 years ago
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