Innerleithen DH trail day

Technical Mountain Biking
May 28

2 people attending

8 places left

Your price
Event booking closes on May 24 at 12:00:00
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Extreme trails, unavoidable drops, sharp and steep turns

⚫️ This extreme event is suitable for very experienced mountain bikers. Please message the event leader if you've not ridden this area before. Full face helmet, elbow and knee pads are required as the minimum protection.

✅ If you're unsure about attending, just come along to our ride for intermediate riders on the first day of this series. Alternatively, there is going to be an entire extended weekend in Glentress/Innerleithen, lead by Mark, from 25th of August. Check it out → 


👀 On this ride we'll go to the Innerleithen DH trails with uplift service. You'll need to book your own uplift separately to attending the event. Our lovely co-cruise director, Blake, will advice which trails would be suitable for each rider.

↔️ ~5-8 miles of downhill trails

⛺️ I recommend the Glentress Forest Lodges for nearby accommodation. You can leave your car on the campsite and cycle directly from there.

🚲 There are a number of bike hire places, for example Alpine. Early bookings are recommended.


⏭️ This ride is part of a series, why not join the other rides:

  1. Friday: Glentress Red trails
  2. Saturday: Golfie trails + Glentress Blue night ride
  3. Sunday: Innerleithen DH trails (This event)
  4. Monday: Glentress Off-piste

🚴‍♂️ Want to do more rides? See the Mtb/Off-Road calendar

🌈 New to mountain biking? Read our full guide on gay mountain biking groups

📣 From the area? Join the Mountain Bikers up North WhatsApp group


IMPORTANT! - Participation Statement

You MUST complete the Cycling Participation Statement in addition to booking your event space before attending a cycling event.

Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms, even if they are extremely mild, or who has recently tested positive for Covid-19, is asked not to attend.


Photo Credits: Taken by Mark and Henry. OutdoorLads have permission to use these photos.