A conference for hundreds of mountain biking experts from around the world is to be held in the Scottish Borders later this year.
The format of the race was to be one day of practice and then a day of intense racing, and once again, demonstrating Scotland’s passion for enduro and the popularity of the series, was a sell out event
Sit back and enjoy all the best highlights from the Tweedlove Enduro World Series.
Perfection is a strong word. But I really can’t think of any other way to describe Saturday’s Tweedlove Festival Glentress Seven
What a difference a week makes. The week prior to the 2nd round of the SDA at Dunkeld I was coaching on the race track with the singletrack bikes race team. The skies were blue, the sun was beating down and the trails were dusty.
After a fantastic start to the season at Fort William, the POC Scottish Enduro Series had marched south to Innerleithen for the eagerly anticipated Round 2.
This year’s star attraction will be Round Two of the Enduro World Series shaping up to be the UK’s biggest spectacle in mountain biking this year
After four months of training, persevering through long cold, windy, miserable road rides, hours on the turbo trainer, time spent weight training, mountain biking through pouring rain and mud,
Mountain biking has grown by 7-10% over last 3 years and is now worth £49.5m per year to the Scottish economy, according to new research undertaken by University of Highlands and Islands and commissioned by Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland and its partners.