On St Andrews Day, after the epic day/night enduro at Innerleithen, No Fuss Events and Innerleithen MTB Racing (IMTBR) sat down to bring together all the information and finalise the details of the highly anticipated Scottish Enduro Series.
TweedLove’s flagship endurance race, the Glentress Seven, is now open for entries. Held on Saturday 24 May, it will be the first event of TweedLove’s 2014 programme.
A new consortium of small businesses aims to capture a slice of the £240m* cycling tourism market in Scotland thanks to £10,000 worth of cash and support from Co-operative Development Scotland (CDS).
Dundee City Council, Angus Mountain Bike Trails Association (AMBTA) and Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland (DMBinS) would like to invite mountain bikers to feed their thoughts and ideas, including potentially naming trail features
There’s so much happening at TweedLove next year, we can’t actually fit it all into two weeks/three weekends, so we’re having an extra weekend of enduro race action on August 23-24.
The No Fuss Events Relentless 24 hour mountain bike race took place at Nevis Range last week-end, with competitors from all over the UK taking part.
Innerleithen MTB Racing is delighted to announce Alpine Bikes as the headline sponsor for the upcoming St Andrew’s Day/Night Enduro being held at Forestry Commission Scotland’s 7stanes Innerleithen mountain bike trails at Traquair Forest. Alpine Bikes
continues its association with supporting grass roots mountain bike racing in the Tweed Valley.
Work has started on new mountain bike tracks at the Nevis Range Trail Centre in the Highlands. This is the second phase of a bigger project and sees the construction of a green (beginner) trail and a blue (intermediate) one.
Angus Mountain Bike Trails Association (AMBTA) is pleased to announce that they have secured the rights to screen the new big budget Mountain Bike Film from Anthill and SecondBase films “Arrival” as part of the world wide premiere tour.
British Cross Country Mountain Bike Champion, Lee Craigie, has been recruited for the ‘best job in the world’ according to her! Craigie, from Inverness, was selected from over 50 highly qualified applicants to document mountain bike trails in the Highlands of Scotland with a GPS tracker and Go Pro camera.