- Tweedlove Enduro
Well ridden Northwind! did that stage on Wednesday and it was a tad silly in places. Hopefully it continues to dry out for the weekend.
That video doesn’t show how steep some of the lines are, some of the corners in particular are very tricky, especially when slippy.
Again, well ridden NW!Posted 6 years ago
Mad respect Andrew for riding it that smoothly, that was definitely outwith my comfort zone in places, just so wet and loose I couldn’t stay upright, could hardly walk some of it. Really nice trail in other bits though! Really needs to not rain again… fingers crossed…Posted 6 years agoalexdoddMember
A bit of a silly question maybe, but how long are these stages open after the enduro? I have no time at alll to have a play over the next week really, do I have any chance of trying them? I’m located in Edinburgh, so I’m only a drive away when I actually get a chance….Posted 6 years agojockhaggisMember
Most are open trails or part of glentress way marked routes which will be rideable any time. The only exception as far as I know are parts of stage 3 off Ho Chi Minh which i believe will be closed after the race. You can bypass these though by going all the way fown Ho Chi Minh and get back on route at zoom or bust.Posted 6 years agoyacobyMember
Stage 3, 4 and 5 were Sick. Thank god it isn’t raining though… Some stages (like the top of stage 4) would go from fun to hellish in the rain.
The top of stage 4 looked far easier to ride down than walk down though, despite seeing many people walking (although for me it was a bit of a dab fest in places)Posted 6 years ago
So nice today… Only had time for a quick spin so went up and made a total arse of stage 5 all the way down It’s a bit hard to read the grip now with it drying up… (at the risk of outing myself as being weird, I preferred S5 when it was sodden, great fun)
Really looking forward to it 🙂Posted 6 years ago
That was bloody brilliant. Dying now but what a great day,the pushup was gruesome but otherwise enjoyed every moment. Stage 4 was just hilarious, fair to say my race run didn’t look much like that video 🙂 Faster but just a little bit less in control. Some pro-standard tripodding though.
37:25 in the end which looks to be more or less halfway up, my natural place. King Ralph Of The Hill.Posted 6 years agomactheknifeMember
Yep it was a cracking day, the last push up to 5 nearly had me in tears.
Met a great bunch of people all the way round with some good banter and laughs. BUT i was flying till the top of stage 5. There is always one that gets you and this just had me all over the place. Luckily i got it together and finished well (for me) 😯Posted 6 years agoLMTMember
Was an awesome day, i wasn’t riding the event but was in glentress mincing round the trails, saturdays weather was a surprise, even got sunburnt. Next year will give it a bash, first time in peebles all i can say is great place, me and OH had probably the best biking trip in ages!Posted 6 years ago
Just looking at the times, Emma Guy beat Katie Winton by 3 seconds over the course of the day. 3 seconds! But doubly crazy, the difference in their overall lap time- also 3 seconds! That’s as long as it takes me to spot a root, home in on it, and start to crash… but not long enough to reach the ground.Posted 6 years ago
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