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

Reviews

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Wheels Manufacturing thread together BB92 review

Wheels Manufacturing attempt to solve the problem of creaking Press-Fit BB92 Bottom Brackets Read the rest…

Intrepid Apparel Freedom gilet review

The Freedom gilet from Intrepid Apparel remains one of my favourite wardrobe items for three season riding Read the rest…

Bontrager Rally helmet review

Mountain bike crash helmets continues to evolve. None of it is much use if a helmet doesn’t fit, which is where the Bontrager Rally comes in.
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Intrepid Apparel Gravity jacket review

The Gravity is a lined softshell jacket with integrated hood and plenty of pockets for winter riding, great for being outside in poor conditions Read the rest…

Specialized Defroster review

With mud and gloop set for the rest of winter, a pair of Specialized Defroster boots promise warm and dry feet Read the rest…

Prescription Cycling Glasses

The time came for me to get a pair of prescription cycling glasses for my bicycle Read the rest…

North Wales mountain biking in October – Cadair Berwyn loop

The Moles go mountain biking round the Cadair Berwyn Loop in North Wales, an excellent XC, big country ride Read the rest…

Azay le Ferron – easy French cycling

Some thoughts on riding around Azay-le-Ferron in France, a great place for leisurely riding Read the rest…

Trek Farley 8 fat bike review

A review of the Trek Farley 8 fat bike – a bike for snow and mud… Read the rest…

Bontrager Flash Charger pump review

The Bontrager Flash Charger track pump allows you to pre-load your barrel before you fire your shot. So to speak… Read the rest…

Orange Segment S Review

Dave borrows an Orange Segment over the Easter weekend to put through its paces in the Surrey Hills Read the rest…

Ride report: Friday slackers hit Afan and Cwm Carn

Well that turned out well! When someone suggests to you a couple of days in Wales in March, you don’t expect to be basking in temperatures pushing 13° but that’s exactly how things worked out. Thank goodness for Kev, our lucky weather gnome.

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