|2002-06-28, 08:58 PM||#16|
Re: advice on MUni purchase
phil <email@example.com> wrote:
> Even sillier is that while it's useful here (Malvern)
> when I go back to York in October I can't think of a single off-road
> place where it might be worthwhile...
Oh come on - you're not being serious. The North York Moors are
some of the best mountain-biking (and also Muniing) terrain
in the country. Miles and miles of forests (complete with dedicated
off-road trails eg Dalby and the one just up the hill from Thirsk)
and bridleways criss-crossing from one side to the other. Great
hills and fantastic views (as long as the cloud hasn't come too
far down). Some of the bridleways are wonderfully technical -
some are gloriously peaty - others are just whoop-a-minute
swooping and fast.
Not too far from the Dales either - tell the mountain bikers
from the New Inn at Appletreewick that there is no good riding
there and you'll be hounded out of the county as fast as your
feet can pedal the 20".
Strange really - anyone would think I missed the riding of
Yorkshire compared to the dull Berkshire stuff I get now.
|2002-06-28, 11:11 PM||#17|
Average wheels: 1.5
Join Date: May 2002
Location: Cannock Chase, UK
Re: Re: advice on MUni purchase
Definitely worth looking into though, especially as I think there are more unicyclists up there (ie. more than one...)
Phil, just me
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