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Ride Report – Sunday 12th October 2014 – First Mud

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Ride report – 05/10/14 – Dry trails are still out there

How much longer can it continue? Well there is mud out there now but not as much as there could be, next week looks like it’s the end though….


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Ride report: Sunday 28 September – bit of an epic

Phew, that was a big one! 32 miles for a Sunday ride was a pretty decent effort, and had a few of us flagging by the end of the ride. I said on the forum Saturday night I thought it was a tad ambitious, but nothing ventured, nothing gained eh?!


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Ride report: Sunday 21 September- Western Front

A stack on Trouble in Paradise, a stack on No Name and a stack on Rip van Winkle, but no injuries! Read the rest…

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QECP Trail Collective Enduro – 27 July 2014

How do the guys at QECP do it? I’m talking about the hotline to the weather gods that ensured we had a baking hot race on Sunday Read the rest…


Summer in Wales: Cwm Carn and The Gap Road

Mountain biking, as opposed to riding mountain bikes, requires a bit of circumspection. If the Surrey Hills can bite (and many of us have the evidence to show it), then mountains of any description will take more than a nibble if they get a chance. Read the rest…


Pronghorn 29er review; n=n+1+1

The Pronghorn PR Carbon 29 – a good basis of lightweight 29er hardtail Read the rest…

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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

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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