Based at Hadleigh Farm in Essex, the Hadleigh MTB Club is the only Mountain Biking club to be based at an Olympic venue and the first affiliated club to be founded on the legacy for London 2012 With British Olympic Mountain Bike star Annie Last as its ambassador, the club aims to become the largest modern MTB club in the UK welcoming members of all ages from all walks of life.
The 2019 Photography Show and Video Show are the largest they have ever been. From the best of the best sharing their experience to companies showing off their latest kit the show had it all. Here is what I got up to at the Photography Show, 2019.
Ed Thomsett is the features editor of MBUK, the largest mountain biking magazine in the UK. I sat down with Ed to discuss what he feels are the biggest dangers in MTB, how far the sport has come and also how it compares to road cycling.
CinemaSauce is a project where I take a single cinematic theme, and find as many examples of it as I can in the real world.
Experience the true spirit of adventure in its purest form. 66 miles of carefully managed trails in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the grounds of Eastnor Castle. Land Rover Experience Eastnor provides a unique adventure that encourages drivers to push both the vehicle and themselves to the lim
Hundreds of families in Gloucestershire enjoyed a real ‘tweet’ this weekend when Rubber Duck Racing came to Pittville Park in Cheltenham to mark National Rubber Duck Day on Sunday 13th January 2019.
I have been working closely with Building Circles Gloucestershire. They are a charity designed to help adults with learning disabilities find themselves through social events, days out and more. to find out more about the charity please visit their website.
Mental health is definitely becoming more and more spoken about in recent years but people who suffer from these disorders may still feel alone and that there isn't enough support. I have suffered from mental health issues myself throughout my entire life. I spent part of my life being told I was just nothing more [...]
As Cheltenham's high street grows and develops, Park post goes back in time to when a travelling circus put the town on the map. Ollie Walker Reports