I recently acquired the bike pictured above. I hoped it could have some value since I was told it was probably from the 1940s. I didn't pay anything for it. It was just among some blacksmiths tools and equipment that my son was given. He is an apprentice farrier (he shoes horses) and he was … Continue reading Bicycle detective.
I rode Birkacre today and did 4 laps of a figure of 8 shaped circuit but what does this have to do with the future of mountain biking? I'll start with a short history lesson about Birkacre. In 1779 a cotton mill had been established here by Richard Arkwright and his associates. It used a … Continue reading The future of mountain biking…..