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25th July ’15 Leith Hill ride – in less than 160 characters

12 Moles, with new David, avoided the rain on the classic Leith Hill circuit with Windy Willows and tea at the tower. 2 cakes for Chrissy and 25 miles for all.

Moles on Wolvens Lane

Moles on Wolvens Lane

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Ride reports…

28 June ’15 Holmbury Sunday Ride – just the facts

Participants: Duncan, Elliot, Nick, James, Lloyd, SSJ Route: Pampolona, Yew Trees, Wire in the Blood, Collarbone, Abba Zabba/Blind Terror, Abinger Roughs, Holmbury YHA, Yoghurt Pots, Telegraph Road, Barry Knows Best, Peaslake, Rad Lane, Little Endor, Whitedown, Pampolona. Tea Stop: Peaslake with Ginny and Chrissy Damage: Rear flat for Nick. Dented rear rim for SSJ. Injuries: None Statistics: 27miles, 2700 ft … Read the rest…

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Quick loop! Ride report 21/06/15

With Father’s day falling last Sunday the Mole collective was reduced in numbers. Being a partly affected I suggested a very quick loop.

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Ride report: Sunday, 14th June – Return visit to Limpsfield Chart

‘Chart’ is an Old English word for rough ground, though I’d like to think there was nothing ‘rough’ about the calibre of riders who pitched up for the return visit to a route we Moles first rode back in January Read the rest…

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Trek Farley 8 fat bike review

A review of the Trek Farley 8 fat bike – a bike for snow and mud… Read the rest…

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Bontrager Flash Charger pump review

The Bontrager Flash Charger track pump allows you to pre-load your barrel before you fire your shot. So to speak… Read the rest…

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Orange Segment S Review

Dave borrows an Orange Segment over the Easter weekend to put through its paces in the Surrey Hills Read the rest…

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Mutterings…

Maybe it’s a bad idea to stick stuff on your crash helmet?

Blood spots on the snow

For a long time now this thought has been nagging at me and recent events have served only to bring it to the front of my mind.

I’m talking about sticking stuff on our crash helmets, more particularly the kind of appendages riders sport to capture their escapades in glorious technicolor. It’s possible you might end up seeing the wrong kind of colour entirely.

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Nordic Walking

As some of you will know, I managed to dislocate my shoulder during a recent moles ride over on Pitch Hill (Two-Headed Dog since you ask).

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A guide to the buying the best helmet cameras

‘Film where you go and what you do.’

Phrases like this are how action cams are often promoted. If this appeals to you, what do you need to become Steven Speilberg on a MTB? Marketing hyperbole aside, why would you want to film your rides in the first place?

Contour HD video recorder

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