The Wild West. A long forest road-based ride, fun routes for families/beginners and a great blue grade trail, all with stunning scenery. Seasonal café, bike hire can be arranged.
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Home to some of the best singletrack in the country (and McMoab!). Something for everyone with the seasonal café, bike hire and children's play area.
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Great rocky granite trails of all grades. Includes The Slab and other notable features.
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Magnificent flowing singletrack for all, and a ride on the dark side of the North Shore timber trail will test the expert rider. Café, bike shop & hire.
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A fine blend of family trails and rough & tough for for the more experienced rider. Includes a competition downhill course, featuring the infamous "Coffin Jump"!
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Probably the best biking centre in Britain. Everything from beginners' trails to extreme downhill. Café, bike shop & hire at Glentress.
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Close to the Scotland/England border Newcastleton serves up a brilliant Blue Route and a riotous Red Route. Village based trailhead with great facilities and bike hire close by.
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The 7stanes Mountain Biking Community Interest Company (CIC) is a not for profit organisation. The CIC includes representation from nine organisations listed below, including three business groups representing over 150 local tourism businesses.
The Company was registered in October 2010. Reg No. 386358.
The 7stanes CIC was set up in the wake of public sector reduced funding and is pioneering in its approach to sustain the future of mountain biking in the south of Scotland.
Independent - Les Jardine - Chairman
Forestry Commission Scotland - Bill Meadows
Scottish Enterprise - Rachel Meehan
Scottish Borders Council - Cllr Stuart Bell
Dumfries and Galloway Council - Cllr Ian Carruthers
VisitScotland - Paula McDonald
Tweed Valley Tourism Consortium - Chris Bryant
Tweed Valley Tourism Consortium - Matthew Morris
Newcastleton Business Forum - Barbara Elborn
Newcastleton Business Forum - Lee Musson
Dumfries and Galloway Mountain Bike Business Network - Richard Hermon
Dumfries and Galloway Mountain Bike Business Network - Pam Hazelhurst
Scottish Cycling - Graeme Mclean
The CIC will promote and market the 7stanes including management of the 7stanes brand. The main aim is to sustain the 7stanes project by increasing visitor numbers and generating revenue to make the project self-funding. The CIC will work closely with local stakeholders, partners and businesses for the benefit of the 7stanes and the economy of the south of Scotland. The management of the trails will remain with Forestry Commission Scotland.
If you would like to know more about the 7stanes CIC please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Company Number SC. 386358
VAT Reg. 106370542
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