Just 1 week to go until the Potash Spring Classic! Still time to enter online £13 seniors £8 under 16. Entries available on the day for £15 and £10 respectably.
The race is a category C British Cycling event so plenty of opportunity to gain national points
Finally a alternative to the Knard that you can actually get your hands on. The Vee Tax Fatty 29x3 120 tpi
I have only got a limited supply so they are all reserved for bike builds. I hopefully will have more soon.
The Potash Race is just over a week away on the 26th April
The new "Segment Slam" banners arrived today.
What is it? Basically its a Strava section, whoever completes the section fastest during the race will win a free cake, supplied by the lovely people at Its a Cupcake thing. The idea is to offer everyone a chance to win something even if you are not competing for the win.
The Potash "Segment Slam" will be about 200m long on a downhill section! Strava is the judge. whoever is top wins, if 2 people have the same time the rider with the highest overall position in the race will win the prize.
The "Segment Slam" will also run during the ESES with a Lauf Forks Trail Racer fork as first prize across the series plus an overall winners Jersey.
There is still plenty of time to enter just £12 online or on the day £14
Few different frame variations in the latest batch. I thought it was a good opportunity for some arty black and white shots.
Its just 2 weeks before the Potash Spring Classic. I was over the course this morning checking out the conditions and creating some new paths.
Those that round the Autumn Classic will remember the boggy section before the bridge, this year its gone with a new path cut to avoid the section.
We have also cut 2 new paths that join the central path with the path that runs along the edge of the woods. This will give us plenty of option to vary the course for the ESES summer evening series.
We also spent a bit of time pruning and clearing sections that were used in the last race. Cant wait...get your entries in!
My Single speed Angus is nearly complete ready for the SSUK15 in September.
I have had a special rear rim made for the occasion!
Finally a new player on the 29+ tyre scene. We will have a very limited supply of the new Vee Fatty Trax 29x3 120tpi
Vee Fatty Trax 29x3 120tpi
Thanks to Joolze Dymond Photography for this picture of me going down triple trouble on the C line at the Olympic MTB venue Hadleigh Park.
HAND BUILT TITANIUM FRAMES.