Meet Up and Ride 2018

Join us for a ride! We’re heading for some favourite trails and everyone’s welcome.

The TweedLove social meet ups are FREE and there’s no need to pre-book – just turn up, meet up and head out on the trails.

Friendly, fun and informal MTB and gravel local rides, these rides kind of say what TweedLove is all about – getting out and riding some trails in good company.

These are informal bike rides, and not officially guide-supported. Treat it like a normal bike ride where you’re responsible for yourself and your bike – just meeting up with some new riding pals. You and your bike take part at your own risk. Anyone under 16 must be with a responsible adult.

Routes vary according to weather and who turns up and usually last a couple of hours or so. All ride-outs are mixed groups except where noted.

NEW FOR 2018: Curious about gravel and adventure riding? Join us for a “gravel ride taster” – find out what it’s all about!


Local Meet Up and Ride Times *

MORE DETAILS & RIDES TO FOLLOW
 

Wednesday 31st May – Women’s Meet Up and Ride with Swift Trails.

Where: Meet at the Scots Pine tearoom A703 north of Eddleston
Time: 7:00pm start (arrive 15 minutes early)
Time to ride: 1.5 hours plus stops
Total distance: 13.5km
Over 18 years only
 
Its pretty difficult finding a route in this area that doesn’t involve a huge slog up hills but at last we have found the perfect GREEN/BLUE route. Travel to Cloich Forest via Shiplaw along farm tracks and forest roads and return from Stewarton along the Old Post Road to Barony Castle.
 
Route high points: a gentle climb on tarmac – a long flowy descent and uninterrupted stunning views in abundance.
Route low points: none!
 

* Meet Up times/locations may change. Keep an eye on this page for more information, and like our Facebook page for instant updates. More information about the rides will be announced shortly.

Please remember: these rides are informal, friendly, and free to join. They are not ’paid for’ guided rides, so all riders are responsible for their own safety and well-being throughout. Routes are chosen on the day depending on conditions. Respect the land, follow the access code.