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The Golden Ball Run
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Our infamous Golden Ball Run Route
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Accommodation BucksMTB style
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The Sting Bee Club Members Ride
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Ivinghoe & Ashridge Group Ride
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This may be why Ashridge rides are always so popular...
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On tour in the stunning Yorkshire Dales
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Fun in the Yorkshire Dales
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The Club on tour in the Malverns
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Pinning it in the Dales
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Cycle Chilterns Family Ride
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It's not always just about the riding
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We ride all year whatever the weather...
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BucksMTB on tour in Gisburn Forest
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We will take you further than ever before [Mount Snowdon]
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Enjoy the Countryside
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We are all big kids really...
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A group ride in Oxfordshire
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Club away day in the Lake District
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Pub visit after a great Watlington XC Open Group Ride
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On tour in the French Alps
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You meet all sorts out on the bike
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You do have to stop and take in the scenery
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We have club members who ride all sorts of MTB disciplines
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Group shot *half way up* Mount Snowdon
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It's about the social side as well as the riding
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Whipsnade Loop Group Ride
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One of our many club trips to the Yorkshire Dales
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New bikes on tour in the Yorkshire Dales
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Yorkshire Dales Club Trip
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We regularly head out with the camera on our rides
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Wendover Woods Autumn Open Group Ride
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Our Wendover Woods Family Cycle Day
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Chiltern Hills Club Member Ride
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It takes all sorts of trails
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A great day coaching pupils from The Grange School Aylesbury
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Punctures galore, but what a back drop
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Lee Quarry Club Trip
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Sometimes you will be speechless
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Ride hard = enjoy cake!
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Gisburn Forest
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Our first club trip to Snowdonia in 2011
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Riding is mandatory
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A Chiltern Hills Open Group Ride
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One of the many reasons to visit the Yorkshire Dales
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On tour at Cannock Chase
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You can't always be good...
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Chiltern Hills Group Ride
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Bikes, bikes and more bikes
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Three of our club members after completing our Ridgeway200 200km long enduro
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A picturesque shot from our Ridgeway200 Enduro
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Welcome to BucksMTB Club the home of Buckinghamshire mountain biking based in the Chiltern Hills.

BucksMTB caters for everything mountain biking in the Chilterns, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and beyond.

BucksMTB was first established in 2002 and is an officially registered and insured Mountain Bike Club who is affiliated to the CTC, BikeClub and Cycle Chilterns.

What's happening at BucksMTB?

Club Members Tea & Scones Ashridge Route May 2017

What absolutely fantastic weather! A chilly morning to get going but a stunning summer-worthy day for our exploration around the Chilterns. Four of us joined this ride, and with most of us having ridden to the start point at Wendover Woods we all finally all united at the top of Wendover Woods to start the ride. The ride out to Ashridge was for tea and scones, literally - there is no false advertising here at BucksMTB! The trails were fast, flowing and very dusy and we made up good time on the first half of the route only to lose what seemed most of the day waiting to be served at the Ashridge Monument Cafe. After a refuel and a brew (and did I mention the scones!?) we headed off via a different route back towards Wendover, taking in some fast descents and then some sections of canal to make up the mileage back. The route was 20 miles, plus the extra mileage some of us put in to get to Wendover in the first place. Great to see so many other mountain bikes out and about too, the sport is definitely still growing. A big thank you to Chris, Mark and Steve for joining me, a great fun day all round. Final thought for the day, was this possibly the first BucksMTB ride in history where we didn't have a mechanical!?! More club members rides coming soon.

Club Members Cannock Chase April Ride

A very short notice club members ride at Cannock Chase (we headed North to avoid the rain....) and we were blessed with bone dry trails and sunshine all day. It had been a couple of years since Chris and I had been to Cannock and thoroughly enjoyed it, there seemed to be a lot of changes since our last visits too except the fact there are still some hard climbs!!! It was so dry it was an easy way to turn a set of mud tyres into slicks! It was so sunny at the end when we collapsed at the cafe that we even managed an ice cream (first of the year!). See our calendar for more upcoming club members rides.

Club Members Wendover April Route

Great early morning BucksMTB ride around the Wendover area. One poor member forgot his MTB shoes so had to wear his slippers!!!! Today's work out with five others from BucksMTB, absolute top notch conditions and gorgeous weather!!! A big thank you to SteveA for organising and leading the ride and to our club members for getting up early to join in! More club members rides to be announced very soon.

Club Members Berkhamsted Ivinghoe April Route

Our club members enjoyed a new route from Berkhamsted to Ivinghoe and back, kindly organised and led by club member Steve Attwood. The route took in a 15-20 mile Chilterns singletrack route on a gloriously sunny Easter weekend morning with an unmissable stop at the Brownlow Cafe at Ivinghoe Beacon for one (or two) of their infamous scones! 

BucksMTB Ivinghoe April Open Group Ride Report

Eleven people turned up for our April Open Group Ride held at Ivinghoe Beacon. One chap unfortunately had to leave early as he left his spindle out of his front wheel at home. It was a glorious sunny day so the trails were dry and of course plenty of people were about on the trails on a sunny Sunday afternoon! We stopped off at the usual Blue Bell cafe for coffee and cycling nutrition (cake). No BucksMTB open ride is complete without a puncture or two, this ride was no different! Thank you to everyone who came along, details of our next open ride will be published online very soon.

Upcoming Rides

28May
Sunday May 28, 09:30 - 13:00
Club Members only - Berkhamsted Ivinghoe Route
Days to go 2
15Jul
Saturday July 15 - All Day
Club Members at the South Downs Way Off Road Bike Ride 2017
Days to go 50
09Sep
Saturday September 9 - All Day
Club Members only - Gisburn Forest & Lee Quarry Weekend Trip
Days to go 106
10Sep
Sunday September 10 - All Day
Club Members only - Gisburn Forest & Lee Quarry Weekend Trip
Days to go 106

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