Trails too dry?
The trails were a teeeeny bit too dry last night in that a shooting access road up on the moor has gone from Regular gravel track to sandy mini beach with little windblown dunes. 😯 It was too draggy. I needed a fat bike. 🙂 Oh and dry ground makes you go too fast and crash. But otherwise it’s lovely. Why do I have to come to work…Posted 4 years agoI_did_dabSubscriber
Funnily enough, as we were moaning about the dessicated state of the trails last night, a live firing exercise was whoomping away over at Otterburn. We could see the flares going up as Mr Bandito fixed his second pinch flat of the evening. Fortunately the big guns weren’t aimed at us…Posted 4 years agosangobeggerMember
Rode Torridon a couple of weeks ago on a hardtail, bone dry and very quick trails. Downside was my new shimano brakes are now super sharp, so might have to back to Hopes to get used to that crappy am I gonna stop feeling. Other disadvantages are that I have to spend more time with the wife and less time cleaning the bike, look further ahead when riding local trails, start wearing body armour again and worst of all, I have to go out more.Posted 4 years ago
Its just all so depressing
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