Get More Love June 20, 2012
We might be up to our top tubes in post-festival admin, beer and old course tape, but we’re pleased to announce next year’s TweedLove festival dates. Next year’s cycling clanjamfrie will rip it up over nine days, from Saturday 25 May to Sunday 2 June. Loads of bike riding and good times to look forward to in lucky ’13. Hope we see you then!
Photo Comp Winners June 19, 2012
After much argument over saturation, depth of field, composition and who drank the most beers, the judges finally switched off the monitor and agreed the winners. Well done to you guys…
1st Sean Bell // 2nd Richard Turley // 3rd Alastair Ross
Meet the (Tweed)Love Machine June 19, 2012
We had this daft idea to see if someone could ride (almost) all the events during TweedLove 2012. After much organisational hoo-ha, Jake Hood agreed to take the challenge. He’s now even more of a local legend than before, and has been showered with proposals and offers of all kinds (ok that’s a slight exaggeration). Anyway he delivered big style. Here’s his story…
Female and fast June 19, 2012
Here’s two blogs, well worth a read, from the two fastest women at TweeLove 2012. Katy Winton, POC Queen of the Hill 2012, and Lucy Grant, who came SO close in the Peebles Sprint…
TweedLove Stories June 19, 2012
Calum Darling made some great promos for us leading up to the festival. Great trails and some sweeeet riding!
Eleven days in pictures June 19, 2012
Ian Linton was doing the whole photo documentary thing for us. Here’s a taste of TweedLove 2012, Ian’s pics plus some other contributions. Thanks everyone for their great photos.
TweedLove Stories: The Men Who Would Be King May 4, 2012
In a film to showcase the great trails in the POC King & Queen of the Hill enduro race, this is a lesson in how to ride Glentress at full throttle. Chris Ball of Dirt School and Ruaridh Cunningham (Alpine Bikes/POC) show what’s needed if you really want to rule the trails.