Started Jun 18, 2016
Started Mar 1, 2016
IMG_20220204_102337.jpgWe had thought we might do the Ben Nevis horseshoe but with very high winds and
- 20 wind chill forecast on the tops l decided to give it a miss and stay low.
Andy, Barney and myself decided to walk over to Kinlochleven via the West Highland Way. I'd not walked this route before and l was pleasantly surprised on how scenic it was with…
Posted on February 8, 2022 at 19:47
High Street ride
Definatley my toughest ride for a long time, this was one of our first mountain bike rides over 30 years ago on rented bikes curtasy or Derek Holts D Tours. Back then the there was no such thing as suspension and the brakes were cantileaver type. The only lasting memory l have is how recked my wrists were with the vibrations and squezing the brakes. Leading up to the weekend the…Continue
Posted on May 3, 2018 at 19:23
Man verses Horse
Saturday night a post came through via Whatsapp about a Mob MTB ride on following morning buthe forecast was for a winter front to push through turning to rain later did nothing not the most inspiring. Awoke 6.30 and peered out of the window expecting the worst but it wasn't that bad so by 7am l was up and breakfasting but still unsure whether to join the boys. Having Ridden up past Tottington to Holcombe for 9am there was no sign of anyone so a quick check of the phone…
Posted on January 24, 2018 at 17:16 — 1 Comment
We would like to post Christmas Greetings to all the members of the M.O.B., and to thank you for Cards and Greetings which have been sent.
We look forward to seeing you all in the Spring.
REG AND VAL, ANGLESEY
Posted on December 13, 2011 at 16:20 — 1 Comment
Mark’s suggestion of a days climbing on Tryfan sounded just the ticket and soon the team had grown to 6 lads all keen to get a good mountain day under their belts. On the way down it was raining quite heavy and with a good weather forecast we were beginning to feel cheated. As we drove down the A5 into Ogwen the rain stopped just as we were parking up right on queue, perhaps the weather men had got it right for once. Walking in under Millstone Buttress on the approach to Heather Terrace…Continue
Posted on December 3, 2011 at 18:09 — 1 Comment