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  • Kate thanks user 'stumpy_dan' in the forum message ' How was your ride?'.
    8 hours 24 minutes ago
  • Kate thanks user 'Bigmick' in the forum message ' How was your ride?'.
    8 hours 25 minutes ago
  • Bigmick replied to the topic 'How was your ride?' in the forum.
    9 hours 57 minutes ago

    Signed up for my first real organised event this Sunday,namely the Summit Cycles 'Coed Y Brenin Antifreeze Enduro'
    The pre event description was of a singletrack based event with 3 laps of a course making up the 34Km total distance.
    Sunday dawned dry but windy and once signed on and having fitted my number board with internal timing chip it was down to the start area for a quick briefing.
    Due to the singletrack start and their being 350 riders entered we were set off in groups of 10 a few mins apart.
    The route pretty much took in the first section of The Beast of Brenin' and after the big climb to the top of the forest we had the cracking singletrack descents of Cain,Adam and Eve,serpents tail and Able .
    Now if you've ever done the Beast at CYB you will know that Cain and Able are probably the most technical bits at the centre with steep rocky sections and a fair number of people were stopping and walking these sections,but having been round these parts a few times I knew what to expect .
    A section of fire road took us to the next singletrack section of 'Bugsy' which is a quick blast through the trees before the fireroad climb up to the top of the hill before the final sections of 'Beginning of the end' and 'glide' which took you back to the centre and the end of one lap.11.5Km
    3 Laps later and my legs were shot and the rain had started but overall a great event and made all the more worth it by the finishers commemorative glass.
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  • stumpy_dan replied to the topic 'How was your ride?' in the forum.
    22 hours 33 minutes ago

    Fun ride with my fiancee's little kid on Sat at Brixton BMX. The track has had some work and running really smooth. Marni has an ace riding attitude. Then today headed out to Peaslake to play on Yoghurt Pots, Telegraphs Poll and Barries knows best (which for the record he does).

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