Rother Valley Country Park has strong roots in the Sheffield mountain bike scene. It was one of the venues that Beighton All Terrain Squad (BATS) used to hold their races and was the first place that Steve Peat ever raced. Continue reading
After last years successful work on the Devils Elbow Bridleway on Blacka, the Wildlife Trust has some more bits of work planned to improve a couple of spots of drainage and fill in a couple of sections that got missed out or have work away since the initial work.
Not only is “Strength in Numbers”, the eagerly awaited new mountain bike film from Anthill Films, the guys behind The Collective series of films, Follow Me and From the Inside Out; but it accurately captures what make Ride Sheffield work well. The more mountain bikers we represent, the stronger we are….
We have had a bit of a lull of late on the digging front, but we are going to try to get a few more regular dig days going over the next few months…..
The Wildlife Trust are going to be up on Blacka this Saturday doing some maintainance to the bridleways up there – carrying out some repairs on the winter damaged Bridleways. After the great work that has been done by you lot over the past few trail days they are keen to get us on board again.
If you’re free this Saturday and want to give a little back, here is all the information you need from the Wildlife Trust…. Continue reading
After a lot of hard work the new Mini DH track in Greno Woods is nearing completion and its looking good!
After lots of work and patience from the Wildlife Trust and a couple of moved deadlines Biketrack.org finally got into the woods at the start of the month. Continue reading
For those that missed the update a few weeks ago, a new track has been built up in Greno Woods; this track will make up part of the planned XC loop in Greno, but it will also serve as a stand alone Mini DH track too.
It’s been a long time coming, but we are pleased to announce that construction of a new trail in Greno Woods is going to start construction soon.
The excellent work that was done by the Wildlife Trust and assisted by us last year has had a bit of time to settle, it had also had quite a bit of rain on it (particularly in the last couple of weeks).
So we thought it would be a good idea to go up and have a look at how the work has bedded in, clear out the drains and do what we need to keep it running sweetly and draining well. Continue reading