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

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If you build it they will come

Posted by Matt | October 27, 2005 | Leave a comment

Lumbering over the horizon comes the carcass of a blog designed to appeal to the tastes of anybody who has ever got muddy on a mountain bike, as opposed to putting on a tracksuit and ambling down a towpath on a Halfords £99 special one Sunday afternoon.

Yes, the site design is slowly evolving but I think we now have a clear idea of how we want the site to look and how to achieve it.

There’s plenty to do as it’s something you don’t often see in a blog, a fully flexible layout that maintains its proportions regardless of windows size, resolution and font size. Oh and there’s at least three content authors to satisfy as opposed to just the usual solipsist of a blog owner.

So it’s not exactly easy but it is do-able.

Just give me time dammit!

Matt

About the author

Matt is one of the founding Molefathers of the Muddymoles, and is the designer and main administrator of the website.

Having ridden a 2007 Orange Five for many years then a 2016 YT Industries Jeffsy 29er, he now rocks a Bird Aether 9 and a Bird Zero AM Boost.

An early On-One Inbred still lurks in the back of the stable as a reminder of how things have moved on. You can even find him on road bikes - currently a 2019 Cannondale Topstone 105 SE, a much-used 2011 Specialized Secteur and very niche belt drive Trek District 1.

If you've ever wondered how we got into mountain biking and how the MuddyMoles started, well wonder no more.

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