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

Rides

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Autumn perfection

The moles head off on a Sunday jaunt and find it turns into a record breaking mile monster. On singlespeeds…

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Voodoo Wanga and On-One Inbred go head to head

Dave and Jem head over to Newlands Corner for a singlespeed experience.

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I live in a strange world

Indifferent weather and a strange homecoming for Matt.

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Summer lovin’

Dry weather? Shurely some mistake!

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Washed out trails

If it’s summer it must be time for six weeks of monsoon conditions and with it rutted trails, slippery roots and over grown trails. Here’s looking forward to a good old British winter to redress the balance.

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A trip round Leith And Holmbury Hills

The moles head off to Leith Hill and Holmbury Hill with warm sun on their backs for the first time in weeks. Good fun!

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Mountain Biking – there’s always an alternative

On taking the pragmatic approach and how a night ride on Surrey trails can turn into a night ride on Surrey roads.

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Whatever the weather

In which Matt bemoans a wet month of riding and corrupts a line of poetry.

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Bedgebury, three thoughts from an MTB rider in Kent

Whilst I stood with Matt, sheltering from the rain outside the refreshment area, looking out onto a calm but pock marked lake where only ducks feared to venture and Swifts swooped low, two observations came to mind.

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Bedgebury Forest return

A return to Bedgebury Forest in Kent for some more MTB fun, this time in torrential rain.

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Girls and Mountain Biking

(Work safe) After a hard ride Mark and Matt seem to have found skin tight, lycra clad cycling Nirvana

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Singlespeeding

Last week’s night ride was a less relentless pace to the previous week. With the gears on my Inbred continuing to play up, preventing me selecting the granny ring, I started to toy with an idea I alluded to in my 11 things for Mountain Bikers post.