The Old Corpse Road


This picture was taken on a lovely bank holiday monday. This was probably my first ride out this year just in t-shirt and shorts and it was a belter. The route was a long hike up, followed by a horribly boggy section but finished off with this great little descent and even better view of… Read more »

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Basque Country


Back in May a small group of us visited the Basque Country in Spain for a spot of mountain biking. I’ve written about this holiday in more detail here: http://bungalistic.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/a-week-with-basque-mtb.html so i’ll just give a few highlights in this little write up. We had two glorious sunny days when we frst arrived, which Coley missed due to… Read more »

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Transition Bandit


This may be a bold statement but this is possibly the funnest bike i’ve ever ridden (and owned), I also think it looks flipping ace in the yellow (with a hint of lime). In the time i’ve had this bike it’s been around my local trail centres, seen a few classic Lakes routes and also… Read more »

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Askham & Beda Fell


On Saturday myself, Brett and Scott headed out to Pooley Bridge to do a variation of the Askham loop. We parked up near Roehead at the end of the small road and headed straight through the big gate and up the bridleway, we then took a right turn off and followed the same bridleway down… Read more »

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Nukeproof Mega Long term review


8 months ago I bought and built up my own Nukeproof Mega so I thought I would write up a few words to share my experiences with it over this time. The Mega is a 150mm travel bike that can be paired up with a 150mm to 170mm travel fork up front and is billed… Read more »

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