We will be starting at Shortwood car park, (this is not Shortwood football club Nailsworth) The route will be about 15 miles, lets see how we feel, we might want to do some bits twice. There will be single track, bomb holes, drop offs, road links and of course a nice bit of climbing. If its not […]
Tim Norris will be leading this novice friendly ride from the Smallgrain Picnic area. The ride will take in some haunts visited by the club before including Morgans Hill, Roundway and the infamous bomb hole. The ride should last 2 hours approx (subject to mechanicals etc) with some options to play on some new trails
Phil Allum resisted the lure of the Bake Off final to ride his bike. He writes as follows :- The leaves are falling and the nights are definitely drawing in, but MBSwindon are still getting on with it on the Wednesday night rides. It was lights on from the start this week and within 20
Phil Allum will be leading an off road ride starting from Coate Water at 7pm on Wednesday 7th October. The route will be novice friendly, but there will be some hills. As always the group will wait for the slowest rider. Nights are now drawing in so a good set of lights are essential.
We’ve had a dry week and the forecast for the weekend looks good. While it’s not quite summer it does offer a good chance to get out on your bike before we get hit by more wet weather. The club are heading Stroud way to sample the delights of the local singletrack. Capably led by our
Phil Allum’s report. With the weather forecast predicting torrential rain for most of the weekend, for the first time ever, my preparations included packing the wellies. There didn’t appear to be any hope of dry riding this weekend, so thought my feet might as well stay dry when I’m wondering around the race village instead. That and swapping
Gary Palmer’s ride report: – This ride came about after Ed led a certain rough bunch of mountain bikers called the DirtySaddles around 50 acre wood on a cold wet spring night earlier in the year, I thought this would be great for the MB Swindon guys, but the chance of me finding my way
An MB Swindon club ride! Tom Scott will be leading this ride to look at some meteors in the night sky. The ride will be timed to take in a coffee break at Marlborough and a meteor viewing opportunity at Barbury Castle! The ride is planned to be 25 to 30 miles (40-50km), depending on