Muddymoles: Mountain biking (MTB) in the Surrey Hills and Mole ValleyMuddymoles: Mountain biking (MTB) in the Surrey Hills and Mole Valley

Cycling News, Reviews, Chat and Ride reports

Mutterings

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Secret training

The other day I stumbled across this photo of D’Andy working hard at maintaining his model good looks in what looks disturbingly like a Muddymoles mankini. Or his daughter’s leotard. Well, I guess you can’t be out shredding the gnarr all the time!! 🙂

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It’s Mayhem!! Well, the Apocalypse might be more apt…

Tomorrow morning, at 5:30am in fact, we set off for the 2012 Mountain Mayhem event at Ledbury. Read the rest…

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Top MTB fools

Here’s a few of the best April first MTB stories for 2012 Read the rest…

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Bike fitting shock

Like many road cyclists I know, down to the half cm, my bike fitting measurements. Hence it came to me as a shock when I had to benchmark my MTB fitting against my road bike measurements this week.

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Hidden fence on Bat out o’… Sh@t!!!

Danny finds a poorly marked fence across the bridleway near Brockham and is lucky to escape serious injury Read the rest…

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Hydraulic disc brakes – the future for road bikes?

A summary of the arguments for and against hydraulic disc brakes on road bikes Read the rest…

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London Bike Show 2012

A review of the 2012 London Bike Show at the ExCel exhibition centre in London’s Docklands – fat bikes, carbon bikes and electric shifting Read the rest…

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Danny ‘Ponch’ and his golden helmet

Comparisons of Urge Endur-o-matic pot-styled crash helmet with the California Highway Patrol Read the rest…

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31 in 31 = 505 (or 505 miles in 31 days and 31 rides)

Matt manages to ride 505 miles in the 31 days of December with at least one ride each day – 31 in 31 = 500! Read the rest…

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Would you ride this?

I think if it were me I’d like to know there was an outside chance I’d be able to recover my bike if it all went wrong! Which in my case could happen. So knowing how deep the river is would be my first question. Looks great fun though doesn’t it? Source: Bikerumor Pic Of The Day

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31 in 31 – the story so far

What’s it like to ride every day of December in the UK? Not as easy as you’d think… Read the rest…