A group for the larger trail bikes that enjoy riding rugged roads, unsealed roads, Byways, firetracks or simply getting away from Tarmac. Join here for the latest ride outs, advice on big trail bike set ups, share routes that you have tried, find a ride buddy willing to stop and help you pick the beast up! Ideal if you have a bike over 200kg. People have asked what bike constitutes a 'big bike' ? I really don't want to list each bike as it isn't an elite group where it really matters too much but if you have a 600cc+ 185kg+, rideable too and from 'rough roads' (rather than having to trailer it), willing to help your brethren pick up his stead, not phased by having your own stead lay down then this group would suit you.
Created on: Tuesday, 26 April 2011
207 Members 1 Discussion 43 Wall Posts
Calling all you ABR's in the South West, Glos,Wilts,South Glos,Bristol,North Somerset,Bath and NE Somerset,The rest of Somerset,Devon and Cornwall. An opportunity to share ideas with your neighbours. Ride-outs and good places to visit and roads to ride.
Created on: Monday, 21 February 2011
90 Members 3 Discussions 274 Wall Posts
A group open to all Adventure riders in Ireland. Meet up for day ride outs and a bit of craic. Or camping weekends exploring this beautiful Island. just some ideas to get started with. Ride Safe and hope to meet soon.
Created on: Monday, 14 February 2011
47 Members 8 Discussions 682 Wall Posts
WELCOME TO THE ADVENTURE BIKE RIDER NATURE UK RALLY.... 2011 I hope will be a great year for ABR and I have spoke to Alun who has very kindly endorsed a UK Adventure Rally for any rider of any bike. The idea is inspired by the USA Iron Butt riders National Parks ride. It's been adapted before and this time Forests have been added to our nature rally. For details see the thread in the 'meets and ride out section'.
Created on: Wednesday, 15 December 2010
74 Members 0 Discussions 21 Wall Posts
The clues in the name ;) Whether you reside in gods favourite county or have you heart there you are welcome. One of the initiation ceremonies for joining is to be able to tell the difference between Yorkshire tea and some old muck.
Created on: Sunday, 21 November 2010
68 Members 0 Discussions 37 Wall Posts