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Although you can get to the gym and use a plethora of different training aids, there’s no substitute for time in the saddle. Vary your riding a little and you can build strength and stamina quickly and both fitness and riding will improve. If time’s not on your side, try interval training; you need a [...]
What a great time we’ve all had on the road in Ireland. This was a five day trip in Northern Ireland; first stop was in Londonderry or Derry if you’re a local. Derry was amazing, got to the site where the Council have rebuilt the whole city centre. First show was great, because it was [...]
Hammering a stretch of trail with a riding buddy is great- especially if he’s right on you playing a bit of cat and mouse. But there’s nothing more aggravating than not being able to shake him off your tail- or struggling to stay with him if you’re chasing. Sprinting power is the thing you need- [...]
Kurt Brain, downhill bikes rider leaves for Mega Avalanche today. We managed to catch up with him in the week to find out what he has been up to recently; “I have mostly been rushing around like crazy, trying to get sorted for Mega Avalanche in France; I leave on Friday with my Ashton Diamondback [...]
Trails friend, not foe… Unlike Scotland, England doesn’t have a right to roam- there are countryside rules and regulations, which some may argue are far too old fashioned and need addressing. However, they’re still there- and essentially what they mean for us are that we can ride on towpaths, bridlepaths and certain rights of way; [...]