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Clone of Clone of Clone of Clone of Brunel Way Pump Track

Brunel Way Pump Track, near Bristol City Centre has been designed to allow riders to ride around the undulating course by using jumps and rollers to gain momentum.

This track include approximately 40 features such as berms, 'rollers' and jumps.
 
The Pump Track is just off Festival Way, near the Create Centre in Cumberland Basin.

Clone of Clone of Clone of Brunel Way Pump Track

Brunel Way Pump Track, near Bristol City Centre has been designed to allow riders to ride around the undulating course by using jumps and rollers to gain momentum.

This track include approximately 40 features such as berms, 'rollers' and jumps.
 
The Pump Track is just off Festival Way, near the Create Centre in Cumberland Basin.

Clone of Clone of Brunel Way Pump Track

Brunel Way Pump Track, near Bristol City Centre has been designed to allow riders to ride around the undulating course by using jumps and rollers to gain momentum.

This track include approximately 40 features such as berms, 'rollers' and jumps.
 
The Pump Track is just off Festival Way, near the Create Centre in Cumberland Basin.

Clone of Brunel Way Pump Track

Brunel Way Pump Track, near Bristol City Centre has been designed to allow riders to ride around the undulating course by using jumps and rollers to gain momentum.

This track include approximately 40 features such as berms, 'rollers' and jumps.
 
The Pump Track is just off Festival Way, near the Create Centre in Cumberland Basin.

Brunel Way Pump Track

Brunel Way Pump Track, near Bristol City Centre has been designed to allow riders to ride around the undulating course by using jumps and rollers to gain momentum.

This track include approximately 40 features such as berms, 'rollers' and jumps.
 
The Pump Track is just off Festival Way, near the Create Centre in Cumberland Basin.
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More mountain bike trails on the way for England

Scotland and Wales might have some of the best mountain bike trail centres in the world but here's news of two exciting new developments in England.
Sherwood Pines Bike Park

When it comes to mountain biking it has to be said that the UK can boast some of the best trails in the world, with Wales and Scotland leading the way, England has for a long time been playing catch up. However, it's great to hear of two purpose built trail developments coming soon so we look forward to updating CTC's mountain bike trail map soon.

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Endurance Champions crowned – complete series round up

After six months of intense mountain bike racing at venues stretching from the south coast to the Scottish borders, the inaugural Endurance Series has come to an end and the first ever Champions have been crowned.
The MTB Endurance Series

Whinlatter Mountain Bike Challenge

Racing started back in March and some familiar names made their mark at the shortest event of the series. Neal Crampton won after a close fought battle with Rich Rothwell and Greig Brown came in third.

In the women’s race Helen Jackson lead from start to finish and Sally Ozanne and Jo Cardwell made their only series appearances. Andy Howett and Kirsty Forrester  made modest starts with top 20 positions to score some vital series points.

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Support new mountain biking trails in Devon

More off-road trails could be coming to Devon if a National Trust plan receives enough support.
A woman on an off-road trail

The National Trust has recently submitted a planning application for new mountain biking trails at Plymbridge in Devon. This is a fantastic opportunity for off-road cycling in Plymouth as having this facility and the investment that comes with it will create new trails and encourage new cyclists.

To show your support, all you have to do is take a couple of minutes to go to the Plymouth City Council website and support for the project.

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A new off-road trail for Aston Hill in the Chilterns

The Chilterns is home to Aston Hill, a Forestry Commission owned area dedicated to off-road mountain biking famous for its downhill runs created by our very own Off-Road Officer, Ian Warby. An added attraction is a new trail, 'Surface to Air'...
Senior Off-Road Officer, Ian Warby, tests the trails at Aston Hill

Aston Hill has long been a favourite of riders across the South-East, including riders and writers for Mountain Bike Rider (MBR) magazine.  It is situated just outside Wendover in the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty and features five graded downhill (DH) runs, a 4X track and a two-part cross-country (XC) loop.

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