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Trail Break

The Spring colours are bursting out everywhere for this ride, but the true colours of the Chiltern Hills are revealed in the rugged folds of their profile.

The Chilterns Ridge Trail Ride is a fantastic trip through one of the best mountain biking corners of the home counties. Big climbs, rooty, rattly descents and fast, fluid singletrack are your route through the picturesque spring countryside of the Chilterns!

As ever, you ride will come fully signposted and supported, with route maps and GPS to help you find your way too, rider timing and full catering back at the event HQ. Theres no better way to finish a hard ride than with a cuppa and a bowl of our home made chilli!

Chilterns Ridge MTB Trail Ride

April

Chilterns Ridge MTB Trail Ride

Shackleford Spring Punch: A New Twist on an Old Favourite!

Were returning to the venue of our ever popular New Year event for a spring ride with a little extra punch! Enjoy a spectacular Spring outing across the Surrey Heaths and out to the Devils Punchbowl!

Based in the tiny village of Shackleford, near Guildford, this is an accessible event with easy access from the A3, but also perfectly placed to get you right out into the countryside of the Surrey heathland!

Shackleford Spring Blast

May

Shackleford Spring Blast

the Ride with No Name may be the biggest 30km ride youll take on this year! The ultimate Friday evening ride, starting and finishing at one of Hampshires finest pub, it features a massive 1,000m of climbing and descending in a relentless but little known pocket of hills called the Hangers. Lets put that in perspective for a moment. 1,000m of climbing in 30km is 50% more climb per km than the South Downs Way (which sits a few miles to the south).

This is a short ride with a big punch! The ancient, wooded hills of the Hangers feature a host of great riding, from insanely steep climbs to barrelling single track descents, gnarly little drop-ins and perilous rain-rut runs. All in one of the most beautiful hidden corners of the countryside that youve (probably) never heard of! As if that wasnt enough, the ride is based from (and named for) the local legend that is The Pub with No Name, one of the very best country pubs youll find. A charming 17th Century hostelry, it serves a wide selection of excellent beers, and delicious home cooked food. The perfect place to finish your ride and enjoy a pint and bite to eat! And if you want more than the one pint, theres camping on site too, in the pubs very own camping field! Stay on for the evening, climb into your tent and leave at your leisure on Saturday morning!

The Ride with No Name

June

The Ride with No Name

The South Downs Way; it has long been a right of passage in mountain biking circles. And now this hundred mile ribbon of imposing chalk downland is about to become an icon of the CX/gravel scene. The huge climbs and sweeping descents wouldnt be out of place among the Tuscan Strade Bianchi, while the expansive coastal views are quintessential British beauty.

CX Century: The South Downs Way

July

CX Century: The South Downs Way

Today, the Ridgeway remains a popular recreational route, and a fantastic long distance MTB trail! Faster paced and less extreme than the South Downs Way, the Ridgeway never the less gives you plenty to get your teeth into. The route keeps you high up and offers continuous sweeping views, with just enough dips and diversions along the ridge to keep your climbing / descending muscles ticking over! The surface only occasionally gets semi-technical, leaving you with 100km of very rideable trail to enjoy! Its a ride that invites you to open up your engines, and test how long you can keep them running!

Ridgeway 100 – The Century to the Stones

August

Ridgeway 100 – The Century to the Stones

Dirty Santa: Deck the hills with bikes and buddies, tis the season to get muddy..!
Christmas is coming! Theres no getting away from it, so use it as an excuse to get dirty with the excellent pre-Xmas blast!
Head out into the Surrey Hills for a frantic festive hack on some superb winter trails. 55 & 30km distance options will be available, all fully signposted, with all the usual top-level Trail Ride support and infrastructure their to compliment your ride. In addition, there will be a manned feed station on route handing out tea and mince pies, plus Xmas goodies for finishers, including a limited edition Dirty Santa woven badge and a local bottled beer.
The routes will as ever, be chosen to give you the very best ride for the time of year, and along with full route marking, you get maps, GPS files, full rider timing and on-site catering to make it a great day out!

Dirty Santa MTB Trail Ride

December

Dirty Santa MTB Trail Ride

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