Oh, sorry you missed it too, Steve. There were 6 of us in the end, and we did a good 2 laps of the upper parts. It was a tiny bit icy and next-to-no snow! Sorry Nikki didn't make it nor Graham and Alex; busy lives! Here's to our next outing soon.
Great that you can come too, Craig. There should be at least 5 of us
Thanks, Richard, for letting us know your interest in MTB and we look forward to you making a ride soon. Forgive my ignorance, but what is on on Monday?
I can't make this date (parenting), but I'm planning on going on Monday (also parenting - but no birthday party to taxi too!). I'm also hoping that the next few sessions land on dates that I am free as I'm really keen to get along - not only to see other club members riding mountain bikes but also to get me out and start attempting to remember how to ride the bike!
Have a great day tomorrow, weather is looking good.
The following user(s) said Thank You: Elizabeth Clayton
As said by Helen G in January, we are trying to offer an MTB ride once per month on every second Saturday of the month (& one on every fourth Sunday too)
We thought we'd try a group ride this Saturday from Comrie Crofts, meeting at 10.00am ready to ride at 10.15am
So far I'm going with Helen G and a friend of mine who's up from the Midlands for 4 days. Ideally we'd like a dozen or more, so as to have the feel of a "club ride" so please do come whatever your standard. We can do some easier loops at first and then go higher up later on for the more adventurous. No riders will be dropped.
All welcome, but just a reminder for any juniors coming along that 16-18 year olds should bring emergency contact info, under 16s should bring a chaperone, and under 12s are allowed with a chaperone but check with me (Beth) first.
These are not coached sessions as we are not coaches, but just keen MTB-ers who want to get out and enjoy riding with SBC members and friends.
Please bring waterproofs, food, drink, spare inner/CO2, pump and a multitool. Helmets are a must.
The following user(s) said Thank You: Helen Gorman