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> kent, specificly north kent area
byb
post Jan 9 2011, 07:57 PM
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was wondering if anyone could point me to the whereabouts of any good riding in the north kent area, as im bored of my current rides. i m not into jumps but am capable. i just want it to be an exciting ride with a bit of downhill and good trail/singletrack. only have access to transport occasionly so id be riding n train-ing to locations. thank you for your time.
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torihada
post Jan 9 2011, 09:49 PM
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QUOTE(byb @ Jan 9 2011, 07:57 PM) *
was wondering if anyone could point me to the whereabouts of any good riding in the north kent area, as im bored of my current rides. i m not into jumps but am capable. i just want it to be an exciting ride with a bit of downhill and good trail/singletrack. only have access to transport occasionly so id be riding n train-ing to locations. thank you for your time.


North Downs around Sevenoaks. Box Hill, Reigate Hill. Surrey Hills: Leith Hill, Holmbury Hill & Pitch Hill all centering on Peaslake. Join a local mtb club to find the hidden gems. One in North Kent (Bromley): http://www.bigfootbikeclub.org. I was out with 9 riders this am in North Kent; we all met at bigfoot. Since meeting at the club and riding XC we've gone on to ride in Wales, Lakes, Scotland & Alps, progressing from 4 inch XC bikes to freeride/DH 6"+.


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There do appear to be some hills south of the Trent...
http://www.youtube.com/butahada
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byb
post Jan 10 2011, 07:30 AM
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woops sorry i should of written north east kent. canterbury area
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