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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.
Dear Club Members! You have today been sent a short online survey to gather your ideas and feedback for developing the Club at this years upcoming Annual General Meeting. Your feedback is crucial in developing what we do, when and how we do it. Our Annual General Meeting in February is where we design, vote and further develop the Club. The Club is always developed by the members for the members meaning please feel free to give us your input and feedback! The survey is free to take part in and the responses are collected anonymously. To take part in the survey please visit the link in the email. Your responses will be used to help tailor our development action plan for this year and on. An invite to the Annual General Meeting with an optional social dinner afterwards will be sent out shortly.Please check your email inbox, put your feet up with a good brew and take a few minutes to complete our 2017 Club Members Survey so that we know the areas to improve or further develop. Many thanks. Best Wishes, The BucksMTB Team
We normally have a traditional Boxing Day ride which wasn't to be this year, but MikeD kindly organised a club members ride on the Boxing Day Bank Holiday Tuesday instead! The club members only ride started at Wendover Woods Cafe with the route taking in a couple of loops of Wendover Woods trails then around to Coombe Hill, Chequers and back to Wendover via Dunsmoore and The Hale.
A cold foggy start to the day but It didn't put anybody off; we had a great turn out including a couple of club members turn as well. It was quite muddy on the course but hardly anybody else about on the trails which was really good. The group stopped off at the Bluebell Cafe for a well deserved coffee and cake after a puncture repair before making our way back through the Ashridge Estate to Invinghoe Beacon. Thanks to Steve for letting the guys and gals use his washer to clean their muddy bikes. A big thank you to everyone who attended and thanks to Darren and Dave who planned and lead the group ride.
Today's Club Members ride wasn't as boggy as we thought it would be, but it was still slippery in places. Four Club Members turned up for the fifteen mile circular route which ended at the Hellfire Caves Cafe for coffee in the sunshine.
A fantastic turn out of twenty-one people in total (including leaders) for today's open group ride at Wendover Woods, including a really nice mix of riders of different ages and abilities. We would have had a slightly larger group but sadly a couple of people dropped out with the dreaded flu. Everyone started out as one group, but later on broke into two smaller groups; Seamus led a longer route than originally planned, whilst MarkP stuck to plan A and continued to make it back to the cafe in good time for hot chocolates all round! Was it the perfect weather for a good ride out? We thought so! Cold enough to keep you moving, damp enough to make sure you're muddy! Great day and we hope we get many more open rides like it. A big thank you to our ride leaders and to everyone who attended and supported our ride!