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7 Stanes Ae Line
#1
Rode this today.

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Not to bad a trail but it was a bit boring. Lots fire road climbs and very very rocky. In some place the rocks were so bad you couldnt gain any speed for the jumps.

The final section had some good jumps on them and had it not been late, cold and wet I would of gone and done them again. All the Black stuff was clearable by me, except the skinny log as my balance is poop!!

All in all a good ride, for a quick blast, the 15 miles took me 1 hr 43, with stops for a few photos, which I'll post when i'm home.

Tomorrow im meant to be riding Glentress but the weather report does not look safe or appealing!! Lay in a film i think instead!!

Ash
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#2
I found Ae to be a bit of a chore... though the last couple of sections are ace....
Mei securis turpe meus vox<br />            
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#3
me too, far to much fire road climbing and single track that dont flow.
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