Another blast round Surrey at night covering Ranmore, Horsley, Effingham and Bookham. On a pink bike!
I think that most of us think that mountain biking is a great way to spend your spare time and I’m most of us have, with varying levels of success, persuaded our significant others to give mountain biking a go.
A trip to Leith Hill sees an under-the-radar raid on WOM and F&M, then back via Summer Lightning and Wolvens Lane.
A warm spring evening, dry trails. Well it’d be rude not to wouldn’t it? Without squadron leader Matt (on domestic duties) it started off fairly routinely in so much as – meet at Bookham, start riding up Crabtree Lane and then casually start throwing route ideas around because we were too busy chatting before we set off.
A spring night ride over Ranmore to White Down, then back via Denbies and Norbury Park to make it 18 miles door to door.
Early pictures about the Ragley Blue Pig, a £250 version of the Ragley Ti in 4130 cromo.
Damp conditions proved a bit of a handful with roots and greasy clay to contend with on Easter Sunday.
Our usual run to Newlands Corner via Abba Zabba and some testing gnarly bits in perfect spring weather. Nearly bluebell time…
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Another sprightly night ride on unfamiliar trails shows the value of mixing up your riding.