Hindhead's lazy downhillers

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Cyclenut
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Re: Hindhead's lazy downhillers

Postby Cyclenut » 23 Jan 2012, 6:57pm

This seems to have gone OT. From the NT car park to the top of their DH is essentially flat, albeit about one mile. There's also a small car park above the YH they could also use, that's free and closer but would involve a wee bit of uphill.

I do not want to butt into a forum where I don't belong for this purpose. I just hoped that there would be enough crossover with CTC-style MTBers for someone here to put the word out.
Chris Juden (at home and not asleep)

cyclingvirtual

Re: Hindhead's lazy downhillers

Postby cyclingvirtual » 5 Feb 2012, 7:04pm

Why dont you print a load of flyers and stick them on their cars :)

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