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A Day Out With Trailforks

This is rather unusual for me.... Read More

Mind and Matter

Having plunged the bike into the dirt a third time, something makes a snapping sound. Feeling dejected, I decide this is probably a good point to dust down and walk away. I don’t like being defeated by an obstacle within my capabilities, but the same error third time in a row suggests it isn’t happening today.... Read More

Do Beginner Jump Lines Need To Be Dull?

When I started out riding many moons ago, catching air on natural features was all part of the buzz of the ride. I clearly remember this progression being halted on my early visits to bike parks though, where doubles seemed to be the answer to the majority of airborne features.... Read More

For The Love Of Bike!

Last month we reached our 10th anniversary for providing a local resource on local riding online. Not wanting to blow our trumpet, but that's quite an achievement considering Southeast.bike is run purely for the love of it! I often thought of using that as a strap line: 'for the love of bike'.... Read More