Matt probably has too much time on his hands or has a very good RSS search running. Anyway, he spotted a comment on a blog about being a “development rider for Tweak, the new bike brand from Calderdale.” This fits with the partial logo shown on the Shedfire site.
Our weekly night ride throws up a new route that’s fun, fast and flowing.
Lance Armstrong breaks his collarbone in a crash while Britain’s Mark Cavendish wins the Milan – San Remo classic.
With Mother’s Day looming, we attempt to earn Brownie points by getting a ride in on Friday to leave the Sunday free. So of course we head to Holmbury!
What’s this, a ride report before the ride! Have I taken leave of my senses? No, but the sun is shining, the trails are sublime and I’m like a dog with two dicks in anticipation of another blast tonight, along with a nice pint afterwards. What a nice change from a post ride energy bar!
A night ride round the Norbury Park area gets the pulses racing with lovely grippy trails giving a taste of summer.
A response to the common arguments put forward that the Leith Hill Planning protest is just selfish protectionsim.
A long, physically tiring 25 miles from Bookham to Leith Hill, covering some great trails today. 12 riders, a couple of people met along the way and perfect sunny weather.
Shimano SPD plastic pedal adaptors are possibly the most pointless bit of mountain bike kit around.
Another evening ride in mild weather takes the Moles over toward Ranmore and Box Hill, including China Pig.
A joint Muddymoles/DoMTB ride across Ranmore and down the other side to the Abinger Roughs, then back via Dorking.
Holmbury and Pitch Hills hosted todays ride which featured lovely dry trails, comfortable riding temperatures, good company and someone who knew a route!