Official Southwest Riders Thread

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Posted: Jun 15, 2019 at 15:33 Quote
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Posted: Jun 18, 2019 at 4:39 Quote
dh-joe wrote:
So after about 9 years of not riding i have taken the plunge and bought i bike today, who from this thread still rides and wheres the best places to go.
hope to see some of you around
i will more than likely be making a fool of myself for the first couple of months as its been a while!

Check out O.P near Taunton if you're in the area. Only any good in the dry though. Triscombe is running well I believe (they had a harvest last year). Heard good things about Rowberrow recently but not been to check it out.

Posted: Jun 23, 2019 at 11:27 Quote
almostwise wrote:
dh-joe wrote:
So after about 9 years of not riding i have taken the plunge and bought i bike today, who from this thread still rides and wheres the best places to go.
hope to see some of you around
i will more than likely be making a fool of myself for the first couple of months as its been a while!

Check out O.P near Taunton if you're in the area. Only any good in the dry though. Triscombe is running well I believe (they had a harvest last year). Heard good things about Rowberrow recently but not been to check it out.
Thanks for the information mate, will be checking things out once i get used to the new bike etc, hopefully see you around!

Posted: Jun 24, 2019 at 3:29 Quote
dh-joe wrote:
almostwise wrote:
dh-joe wrote:
So after about 9 years of not riding i have taken the plunge and bought i bike today, who from this thread still rides and wheres the best places to go.
hope to see some of you around
i will more than likely be making a fool of myself for the first couple of months as its been a while!

Check out O.P near Taunton if you're in the area. Only any good in the dry though. Triscombe is running well I believe (they had a harvest last year). Heard good things about Rowberrow recently but not been to check it out.
Thanks for the information mate, will be checking things out once i get used to the new bike etc, hopefully see you around!

Haldon's got a blue trail mate, should be good for you. Other than that I'd stick to the cycle route from the Quay to the Double Locks. Wink

Posted: Jun 24, 2019 at 3:44 Quote
Haldon did have a nice lil bit of black as extension to the red a while back ...

:/ wtf is going on now though

Posted: Jun 25, 2019 at 12:47 Quote
timlake wrote:
dh-joe wrote:
almostwise wrote:


Check out O.P near Taunton if you're in the area. Only any good in the dry though. Triscombe is running well I believe (they had a harvest last year). Heard good things about Rowberrow recently but not been to check it out.
Thanks for the information mate, will be checking things out once i get used to the new bike etc, hopefully see you around!

Haldon's got a blue trail mate, should be good for you. Other than that I'd stick to the cycle route from the Quay to the Double Locks. Wink
I can see nothings changed with you! lol

Posted: Jul 2, 2019 at 2:05 Quote
dh-joe wrote:
timlake wrote:
dh-joe wrote:

Thanks for the information mate, will be checking things out once i get used to the new bike etc, hopefully see you around!

Haldon's got a blue trail mate, should be good for you. Other than that I'd stick to the cycle route from the Quay to the Double Locks. Wink
I can see nothings changed with you! lol

Haha, be good to get out on the bikes sometime. There are some really good trails at Canonteign Woods, search on Strava and you'll see where they start - there's 5 that all start from the same point that are easily rideable without much searching but a load more if you wanna ride around a bit.

Posted: Jul 2, 2019 at 2:07 Quote
Is that in the Teign valley by any chance?

Posted: Jul 2, 2019 at 4:47 Quote
titaniumtit wrote:
Is that in the Teign valley by any chance?

Certainly is.

Posted: Jul 2, 2019 at 5:44 Quote
Thanks for that! :-)

Posted: Jul 4, 2019 at 12:48 Quote
timlake wrote:
dh-joe wrote:
timlake wrote:


Haldon's got a blue trail mate, should be good for you. Other than that I'd stick to the cycle route from the Quay to the Double Locks. Wink
I can see nothings changed with you! lol

Haha, be good to get out on the bikes sometime. There are some really good trails at Canonteign Woods, search on Strava and you'll see where they start - there's 5 that all start from the same point that are easily rideable without much searching but a load more if you wanna ride around a bit.
Yeah I’d be keen to get out! Il download strava and have a look!

Posted: Jul 4, 2019 at 13:08 Quote
I’m still around. I can show you sometime if you like although you’ll have pedal back to the top Wink

Posted: Jul 7, 2019 at 5:23 Quote
Has anyone been to Dartmoor bike park Manor near or around Ashburton yet?

Posted: Jul 7, 2019 at 14:19 Quote
Not personally but a couple of my mates did. Said it’s alright for an hour or two


 
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