- Where you been riding today?
We went to castleton today and tried to do a bit of a loop of Mam tor. It was a nightmare, mud and deep snow on Rushops edge and blowing a gale on the top check out these pics;Posted 9 years agoRichPennyMember
Wiltshire loop taking in the Shaston Drove and the Ox Drove west of Salisbury. Was incredibly muddy and a fair amount of snow on the droves. Had the deep satisfaction of seeing a few 4x4s stuck on a section of the Ox Drove which had a closure notice on it 🙂 Fed up with those **** ruining it for the rest of us.Posted 9 years agocoolhandlukeSubscriber
Delamere. Now I remember why I haven’t been there for 4 years!
muddy, easy to get lost, a bit piontless unless you’re after the exercise.
Not really worth getting the bike muddy for I am afraid to say as Rivington is closer to me and far more fun, and less muddy, more technical etc etc.
Did like looking at the (mad) bikers doing the big jumps though.
Delamere could be soooo much better with some proper trails to follow. Hope the FC will bother one day.Posted 9 years agostevestuntsMember
Home – A590 – over the mosses – Clocktower climb – Bishop’s Allotment – Simpson Ground circuit – Bishop’s Allotment in reverse – Clocktower descent – over the mosses – A590 – home.
Rear shock spat its air at the bottom of the Clocktower descent, so the pedal home was ridden in a state of fury.Posted 9 years agorickmeisterSubscriber
Town ride in Edinburgh, GT and Inners snow bound. Fitted in as many flights of stairs and lanes as possible. Rode in from Musselburgh to Bristo Square to mess about on the walles and stuff. All around the castle and old town, down the stairs by the Scotsman building to waverly station, up the observatory, tea and medals in Tiso’s, Leith and home on the prom.
40k of urban loveliness.Posted 9 years ago
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