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Old Logging Way trail opens

The Old Logging Way, a 5.5km trail providing a safe route for cyclists and other users between Aviemore and Glenmore, has been officially opened and...

Old Logging Way trail opens
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CTC/IMBA MTB conference

IMBA Executive Director Mike Van Abel opens the joint CTC IMBA-UK conference The recent Cycle show at Earl’s Court wasn’t just a shiny kitfest. During Thursday’s...

CTC/IMBA MTB conference
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La Ruta returns

A bridge too far With barely a month to go until the start of the self-styled “toughest mountain bike race in the world”, some big names...

La Ruta returns
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Strathpuffer24

Possibly the most daunting 24 hour race out there, the Strathpuffer 24 returns in 2009 on 17/18 January and moves back to its previous base...

Strathpuffer24
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Fowlmead Winter Warmer Series

Embrace the winter and enjoy a spot of friendly racing in the Fowlmead Winter Warmer Series, which starts on Sunday 16 November at Fowlmead Country...

Fowlmead Winter Warmer Series
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Northumberland Lights Festival night ride

Kielder Forest is to be dramatically illuminated for a night time cycle ride as part of the Northumberland Lights Festival 2008 on Wednesday 12 November. The...

Northumberland Lights Festival night ride
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Turner Bikes turn to Silverfish

The new Turner Flux. Pic: Dan Barham Silverfish has announced it will become the exclusive UK distributor of Turner Bikes. Turner recently unveiled its new range of...

Turner Bikes turn to Silverfish
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HONC celebrates 25th anniversary

2009 will see the ever-popular Hell of the North Cotswolds “reliability trial” celebrate its 25th anniversary. The event, promoted jointly by Winchcombe CC and Cheltenham...

HONC celebrates 25th anniversary
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Dalby bids for World Cup in 2010

Fort William in Scotland has become synonymous with the UCI World Cup in Britain, but now Yorkshire is after a piece of the action. Having...

Dalby bids for World Cup in 2010
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Specialized signs Stander and Wells

The Specialized Factory Racing team will be bolstered next year with the signing of Burry Stander and Todd Wells to the squad, joining current World...

Specialized signs Stander and Wells
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Qoroz to launch at Cycle 08

MountainWon Those looking for a new titanium frame just got a little more choice this week, as news of Qoroz reaches us, a new company launching...

Qoroz to launch at Cycle 08
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Kendal Mountain Festival Bike Night

Chat to Tracy Moseley at Kendal’s Mountain Festival The Kendal Mountain Festival is one of the world’s most prestigious mountain festivals, an internationally renowned event that...

Kendal Mountain Festival Bike Night
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Glentress is getting a new visitor centre

Good news for regular visitors to Glentress Forest, as plans for a new multi-million pound visitor centre go ahead. £5 million will be spent on...

Glentress is getting a new visitor centre
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Win a Vangard MTS base layer

With the recent drop in temperature wrapping up warm before a ride is crucial, and we’re giving you the chance to win a Vangard Elite...

Win a Vangard MTS base layer
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2009 TransRockies registration open

(Photos © Dan Hudson/TransRockies) The 2008 TransRockies was a full-spectrum epic which tested over 500 riders from 30 countries with a spectacular new route along the...

2009 TransRockies registration open
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Bontrager Twentyfour12 goes green

Are you worried about the size of your carbon footprint (or should that be tyre print)? Mountain biking is far from being a green sport,...

Bontrager Twentyfour12 goes green
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Rain reschedules Rampage

The much-anticipated return of pioneering freeride event Red Bull Rampage after a four-year absence has has to be briefly postponed thanks to heavy rain and...

Rain reschedules Rampage
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Evans Ride It! Winter Series

Evans Cycles Ride It! series of organised off-road rides will extend into the winter as new dates and locations have just been released. Since its...

Evans Ride It! Winter Series
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Trail Break on the move

Due to its popularity Trail Breaks’ next Southern Trail Ride will move from original location Bramley to Dunsfold Park, to accommodate a swelling of entries...

Trail Break on the move
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CTC acquires OTC Training

CTC, the UK’s national cyclists’ organisation, has acquired mountain bike training company OTC Training. The aquistition will see OTC’s highly regarded range of qualifications merge with...

CTC acquires OTC Training