|home | top trumps | articles | where we ride | pics | reviews | blog | meet us|
agent orange was best known as a highly unpleasant defoliant used in vietnam to clear areas of jungle, there was also an agent pink and purple known collectively as the rainbow agents.
what has this got to do with mountain biking? well a bit of local historical research revealed that part of the woodland we ride on was cleared with...agent orange.
one of our sweetest trails has a large 45 gallon drum rusting by the side of the track, the trail is forever known as agent orange.
in fact pretty much all of our trails have names, which is a bit sad in a trainspotter kind of way but we are blokes and we do this stuff a bit like collecting conkers, pieces of string and paperclips.
but think about it, if we say shall we go and ride on that track through the trees with the mud and branches and sh*t which one would it be?
so we have: scandinavia, the coal road, the tundra, agent orange, the dips, the ugly sisters, monkey world, the other side, top of the world just to mention a few, all of them are dead flat and straight, no riding here, off to bedgebury with you.
Tales from the Trails
Why mountain biking? Well remember when you were twelve and you had a Raleigh Arena to which you bolted a set of cow horns... read more
In the woods at night you get to see a wide range of wildlife: badgers, foxes, owls, lots of rabbits and if you are at the back the drooling fanged monster off the cover of the Iron Maiden album that is right behind you - just don't look round... read more
100k, six of the toughest hills in Kent, temp -1, wind chill - 7, that will be the Hell of the Ashdown then... read more