Anyone fancy joining me for a tour of Hamsterleys best trails this weekend? Lots of natural stuff on offer as well as hitting the best man-made stuff. Likely be there both days! Shout up if you fancy…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Hippo Oct 26, 2014.
I have for sale an original Specialized Stumpjumper from 1999 in an 18 inch frame. The bike has all it’s original parts, is in perfect working order and superb condition. As you’d expect for a bike…Continue
Started Mar 24, 2014
FREE TO A GOOD HOME. Fox Forks F100 RL with long steerer tube. Stations are fairly worn, lowers in decent condition. Could be used as spares. They still work fairly well so could be put onto a…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike Coward Oct 7, 2013.
I met Jason Hynd in 2006 when I started to take my cycling more seriously, logging more miles and competing. The jump in training had resulted in a knee injury so I hunted out a physiotherapist and was lucky to find Jason. We instantly hit it off as I found out that he also had a passion for mountain bike riding and racing. He had competed to a high level in his late 20s/early 30s gaining a silver medal at the Masters Scottish Mountain Bike Championships. Soon after that he had stopped…Continue
Posted on April 9, 2012 at 18:18 — 6 Comments
I know quite a few people on this site have signed up to the Whinlatter Challenge for 2012 (me included), hopefully building on the big MTBG turnout in 2011. On Sunday 8th January 2012 me, Jason and Rich W decided to avoid the mud bath that is Guisborough woods and headed over to the lakes for a blast around the Altura Trail at Whinlatter. Not that I needed inspiration to ride at Whinlatter but a portion of the Collective DVD with my porridge went down a treat.
Posted on January 9, 2012 at 10:38 — 3 Comments
Posted on August 17, 2011 at 16:04 — 6 Comments
At the weekend I opted to ride the Dalby On One Hundred MTB Marathon instead of the well established CRC Selkirk Marathon. The On One is an event that’s in its first year and hopefully one that will continue. After signing on I rammed my jersey pockets with as much food, fluid and spares as they could take not wanting to leave myself short. If you blow with 40km to go on open exposed moorland, that’s going to be a very hard, lonely journey back in a world of hurt. We set off at a fairly…Continue
Posted on July 28, 2011 at 8:38 — 3 Comments