- Who got out in the frost then? Pics please
I wasn’t as lucky as you Joat, went out on my roadie, came down like a sack of tatties on a steepish descent, did about 20 yards on me arse before stopping and an impression of dancing on ice drunk trying to pick me bike up and get going again, got a nice little graze on me thigh for the memory!Posted 1 month agoSpinMember
No bikes in the photos but we cycled up Gleann Einich to access it.
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Yep, another cracking ride…View this post on Instagram
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The @orangebikes #orangestage6 was loving the firm conditions this morning, and I was loving the winter sunshine. ————————————————- #ridethestage #29er #lightbro #winterride #lancashire #woods #greenexercise #singlepivot #trees #mtblife #loamlife #wintersun #sunshine #bikelife #cyclingshots #stage6 #mountainbiking #mtb #orangebikes #orangebikesfans @orangebikesfans
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Posted 1 month agowhitestoneMember
Some fantastic photos here. But a numpty question: what is the easiest way to post a photo on the forum – the system seems to want an internet link?
Since STW don’t/won’t host the image files themselves you have to upload them to somewhere public and then link to them. For most people that means a photo hosting site like Flickr, imgur, postimages. These sites/services then each have their own options on how to copy links so that other sites can show the images.Posted 1 month agoh4mufMember
Quick road ride after a weekend away 👌Posted 1 month agodumbbotMember
I wish i could’ve been bothered to take a picture because the Tweed Valley was looking spectacular but I was far to busy having fun on the uplift at Innerleithen. There was plenty of frozen droppers, mechs and more importantly…frozen trails. What a day, still grinning now.Posted 1 month agoNebSubscriber
I was out yesterday early yesterday morning by myself, I’ve not done many sunrises on the bike, but loved it. it was chuffing cold to start with -4!
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