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Author Topic: Wharncliffe digging session - Course maintainance and riding  (Read 6951 times)
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« Reply #15 on: 18 Apr 02, 13:22 »

For a better overview, click here

The courses run between the two fire roads.

Bottom road marked with Red Diamonds on the map and near the railway.

Top fireroad runs up through the 'W' of Wood as in Wharnclifffe Wood.

The best course starts where the blue '5' of '95' is, near the sharp corner in the woods above the word Wharncliffe.

Crazy directions - hope they make sense!
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« Reply #16 on: 29 Apr 02, 09:23 »

Phil,

Must have missed ya on sunday. Went to chapletown trails first then wharncliffe for about 2.30pm. It pissed it down so got very muddy, stayed until aboiut 4.30 then went to the pub.

Hope you like ya new bike.

Gonna try out Chesterfield BMX track Wed night, have u been before ? Wondering what it is like, gonna use my bullit on it.

Keef
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« Reply #17 on: 29 Apr 02, 13:56 »

Keef,

I was there from 1 to about 6 (you might have spotted the van if you use the bottom entrance) and got wet through too!  Dried up fast though - was riding the fast off camber on the NEMBA course.

The new bike is pretty nice and I hope to have pictures and a review on the site tonight.  Not as sensetive at the '8' over little bumps but less of a rising rate on the big stuff.  Nice.  Floating caliper works well.  Boxxers need a softer spring.  Apart from that, pretty pimp!

Staveley track is sweet.  The Bullit will be good as the track is all downhill!  4 straights and 3 big bermed corners with some nice jumps on there.  Fast, fast, fast first straight!  Enjoy.
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« Reply #18 on: 2 Jan 12, 23:19 »

wow...this was 10 years ago ;-)
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