There have been two very successful Eastern Moors meetings recently. The first, attended by our very own Adam Wiles, looked at Wimble Holme Hill bridleway and Moss Road. Continue reading
After the initial track build that started back in March this year to construct the Steel City Mini DH track; work started on the rest of the trails last week with www.biketrack.org back up there crafting fantastic flowing trails. And from what I saw up there last night its going to be an amazing addition to Sheffield’s trails. Continue reading
Ride Sheffield supporters and contributors Cotic and Big Stone have been working on a really exciting project and are part funding changing the derelict BMX track in Totley Hall Park into a pump track. Continue reading
The Wildlife Trust are holding a dig day up at Blacka this weekend, think that the plan is to focus on the Devils Elbow. If you want to give something back to the rain hammered trails the details are below…. Continue reading
No Balls Biking is a new women’s only MTB group that has been set up in Sheffield, by riders who have been inspired by women’s only events such as Stilettos on Wheel and want to create a similar vibe for just general riding.
No Balls Biking is a new group for women interested in biking.The idea with this group is to involve all types of rider from beginner to gnarly pinner in all types of cycling whether it is long distance XC or family leisure rides but in an all women environment (safety in numbers) with no pressure to keep up, go fast or attempt crazy speeds or tech. Hopefully there will be regular rides, social meets and more involvement within the Sheffield riding community when it comes to trail maintenance, road safety and dig days. Beware… There may be women with shovels!! Continue reading
As one of Sheffield’s worst kept secrets, you have probably already heard that MTB circuit up at Parkwood has pretty much been completed now and pretty awesome it looks too. After lots of hard work for Sheffield City Councils Jon Dallow and Bike Tracks, official opening pegged for the end of September, you don’t have long before you can go and ride it.
While the track looks pretty much competed, the work is still ongoing with tweaks and finishing touches being put in currently. To make sure that the track stays in its very best state for as long as possible, please do not go and ride the track as it needs adequate time to bed in, also sections of the trail have not had their second whakering either. It also means that there is heavy plant on the site most days. Continue reading