Nuts...this guys even more crazy, but experienced
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Looks like a lot of fun to me...I'd be on the wide beginners runs =D
Have a look on wikiloc or strava, find your area on the map search and then the trails folks have recorded will pop up in that area
Andy D replied to the topic How are you maintaining your cycling fitness through the long winter months?
Roads for me. Put on some fast-rolling tyres and off you go. Even better on a 29er.
Helen T replied to the topic How are you maintaining your cycling fitness through the long winter months?
Take to the roads...not my favourite routes, and when the rain lets off for a few days, head to the easier, less likely to get bogged in trails
Squishy P out of the 535 member that are here, i do not know how many of you know of Portland Oregon. There is a group of people putting funding together to take 38 acres that once housed a Jail, though now is just empty land and they want to make this park in to a Bike Trail and some other odds and ends too. ALL styles, all challenge levels. Please check it out! http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/build-gateway-green
I have a 26'er Hard Tail, a 26'er Full Suspension free-rider, and a 29'er XC... I like em all, but I ride the 29er the most as it fits the trails I ride quite nicely. If I intend to ride more crazy technical stuff with rough downhills, the FSR it...
It really depends on the type of riding you do. I only have a 26" hard-tail and although I can do pretty much everything on that I'm still interested in getting a 29er. Probably maketing hype but seems logical a 29er has advantages for non-technic...
These guys are either brave or just plain nuts! I tend to play it a bit safer when riding a trail system for the first time. I'm just glad they were able to get up and walk away from it!
There are benefits though when jumping from a 26 to a 29 for instance. The larger wheel diameter, although slightly harder to get moving initially, requires less effort to keep moving on flat surfaces. The larger wheels also apparently lessen the...
I am not sure I like the sound of frictionless? Lol I wouldn’t mind so much what size/shape they are if in fact I felt the changes were for reasons other than simply trying to sell me another bike! Tony is so right, at the end of the day does it m...
The Disappearance of the 26er: Wheel Size Trends at Interbike 2013Posted on September 23, 2013 by mtbgreg1http://www.singletracks.com/blog/mtb-events/the-disappearance-of-the-26er-wheel-size-trends-at-interbike-2013/
Pamela J encouraged this.
FOUND ONE in sandy from more dirt cheers
cheers brad, got mapmyride but no other links on it, will check out more dirt
You could try “mapmyrun” they will have routes etc that other people in your area have loaded!
Shona W encouraged this.
Ian O wow started training last year and running this year, now just got back on a mountain bike after 12 or so years, wow loving it, been back on three weeks, now need a new mountain bike the one I got too small, not enough gears etc, cant wait to start kicking the dirt in thetford forrest