Is your child ready for their first pedal bike or maybe they have outgrown their current set of wheels?
Bristol might not be the first place that springs to mind when you think of mountain biking, but it has some great trails, all within easy reach of the city centre.
After over 10 years of solid service my Hope Mono Minis disc brakes had started to show their age. Luckily for me the husband had a brand new pair of Shimano SLX disc brakes in the shed!
I don’t manage to get out on my mountain bike as much as I would like and opportunities to ride anything other then local trails are even rarer, so when I had a child free day on the same day that some friends were heading to go mountain biking in the Quantocks I was there!
I entered a random competition that popped on my Facebook feed a few weeks ago to go to a free coaching day by Specialized Bikes with Katy Curd and Helen Gaskell. I was lucky enough to be picked!
We traveled up to the west coast of Scotland and stayed just outside of Fort William for the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup. After enjoying a couple of days exploring the Fort William area it was Sunday – race day!
Going wide – my review of the new Race Face Turbine Riser handlebars and Truvative stem set up on my Orange 5. Would it make a difference to my riding?
After not being on the bike at all in 2015 I decided that a quick Sunday morning local ride was the best time to blow away the cobwebs.
I know it’s dark, cold, probably wet and there are lots a scary looking shadows waiting to pounce, but night riding can be fun, promise!
The Exmoor Explorer is a non-competitive, cross-country mountain biking event around beautiful Exmoor.