We’re happy to announce we’ve now got a Strava Group.
Swindon MTB Enthusiasts decided to see how many bikes we could get in a Vito, how many different pick up points we could find and head of to Cwmcarn for the day. What could possibly go wrong?!
I’ve been eulogizing about the island of Madeira for a while, with its amazing scenery and more recently burgeoning Mountain Biking scene.
Word has appears to have got out though and someone let this buffoon loose! At least they filmed it 😉
Some people (ok me!) have a reputation for always looking for opportunities to save weight on their bike, but is this the right thing to do, or should you just cut down on the pies?
- Thursday 17th September – details to follow, but will be a local social ride with a celebration 🙂
Been a while coming, but the Cotic Rocket is back in production!
150mm travel steel (yes steel!) full suspension from wizard Cy has been updated to 27.5″ wheels and landing in October.
Be very quick if you want one of the first ones!
Link – Cotic bikes Rocket
Located between Bracknell and Crowthorne, Swinley Forest is a crown estate that has been turned into a mountain biking hub with Blue and Red singletrack trails, a freeride area and some downhill tracks.
Only an hour from Swindon, the Cannop Valley in the Forest of Dean has a huge variety of riding and facilities for all abilities. As well as some great natural riding, there are graded marked trails for all abilities: Green, Blue, Red, a variety of downhill trails, including one for offroad wheelchairs.
I was lucky enough to ride the brand new blue trail Terry’s Belly at Bike Park Wales the day before it’s official opening – and it’s cracking!