We keep a selection of hangers for many major brands. They are high quality CNC aluminium.
This stunning view makes up part of 3# Upper Derwent MTB Classic a section of bridleway that sums up mountain biking in the Peak District for me.
It isn’t often we have to get the map out. But will the opening of the new blue grade trail in Lady Cannings plantation it was time.
Connecting up the short 1.4km loop into a much wider loop worked well. We started from Fox House heading over Houndkirk, a few laps of Lady Cannings before dropping down through Blackamoor. Onto the newish bridleway down big moor. Up onto Rowsley lodge onto Baslow edge and then along to (Via the Ice Cream Van) Curber/Froggat Edge. Normally at this stage you can pass through longshaw estate, but due to logging works we headed straight up the road.
We will be closed Saturday 2nd May as we are taking part in Peaty’s Steel City Downhill, a local race.
We are providing sponsorship for the event, this year for the Juvenile age category.
Since 2011 and raising money to fund trail building and maintenance in the woods ever since. It is a not for profit race with everyone volunteering their time and all proceeds reinvested in the woods making it the biggest little race on the calender.
Video from the 2013 Event
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