Club Rides

 

 

 

Ride

Meeting Details

Technical Difficulty*

Fitness Level#

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday

 

 

 

 

Easier paced and less technical rides take place most Saturdays.  See the 'Easy Rides' section of the forum for details.  Occasionally there will be joint ride with Sunday crowd at Scolty (ride is still on a Saturday though) – the difficulty will be adjusted to the suit level of the people who turn up.

Sunday

 

 

 

 

06-Nov-16

Drumtochty

Cairnton Entrance (See MTBTrails.info) @ 9:30

Moderate

Moderate

13-Nov-16

Pitfichie

Forest Trails Car Park @ 9:30 am

Moderate

Moderate

20-Nov-16

Kirkhill

Kirkhill Car Park @ 9:30 am

Moderate

Easy

27-Nov-16

Scolty

Car Park @ 9:30 am

Hard

Moderate

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

 

 

 

 

02-Nov-16

Kirkhill

Kirkhill Car Park @ 6:30 pm

Moderate

Easy

09-Nov-16

Countesswells

Loanhead Car Park @ 6:30 pm

Easy

Easy

16-Nov-16

Millstone

Donview Car Park @6:45pm

Moderate

Moderate

23-Nov-16

Kirkhill

Kirkhill Car Park @ 6:30 pm

Moderate

Easy

 

 

 

 

 

Rides will start 15 minutes after meeting time to allow for time for getting changed, faffing etc.

Don’t forget to bring a helmet; cold and wet weather gear and food.

Contact Neil on 07891744693 for more information about the club rides.

Vote

These rides will be voted on by members, Sunday ride to be agreed by Friday, Wednesday ride by Tuesday. Neil will have casting vote if no agreement or suggestions

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* Technical Difficulty:

Level of technical skill required to complete all parts of the ride - the harder bits usually only make up a small part of the ride and can be bypassed.

# Fitness Level:

Level of fitness required at normal Neep pace - some fitness is required but slower riders are still welcome, we will adjust the pace to suit.  Generally these rides won't be enjoyable if you haven't ridden for several weeks, we would recommend getting out on your bike for a couple of rides first

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Important Information

 

It is important that everyone attending any of these rides understands that mountain biking can be a dangerous sport, and that you will not be guided by a ride leader.  On any given ride we are just a group of individuals who are each taking responsibility for their own safety, and have collectively decided to follow a mountain biking route together, with
no implication that any one of us has any greater or lesser duty of care to the others in the group than everyone else.