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.
After a day of practice there is always one little section that preys on your mind, one niggly bit that keeps running through your head! For me it was a new bus stop on stage 3, Cackle, which had been freshly cut in.
No Fuss Events are delighted to announce that as well as coming to Scotland for the Bluegrass Enduro Tour, Bluegrass and MET Helmets will once again be supporting the Buachaille Sportive. And, it’s all happening on the same weekend.
Work is underway to construct a network of bespoke mountain biking trails set within the UK’s largest on-shore windfarm at Whitelee
I was originally entered into the 12hr race that was due to take place in the Summer of 2013 as a Solo with a plan of entering as a pair in the Winter with whoever I could find mental enough
Hannah Barnes embarks on an epic mountain bike adventure up the west coast of Scotland. Taking in the incredible trails, scenery and beaches on the way.
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.
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).
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.