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  • Club Rules




    1.The Club shall be known as The Woollybacks Mountain Bike Club, and shall be affiliated to the Cyclists’ Touring Club (CTC)


    MANAGEMENT of the CLUB 2. The management of the Club shall be by an annually elected committee, elected at the AGM. 3.1 The Committee shall serve the needs of the Club, and currently (2016) consists of Chairman + Ride Coordinator, Treasurer, Secretary, IT Coordinator, Equipment Officer, Newbie R...
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  • Club Routes 2

    Ladybower best bits: this is a true club classic, in an area every mountain biker should tick of their "must ride list" 21 miles, all thriller and no filler. If you like your ups tough, but
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  • Drone Footage Ride at Winter Hill June 23rd

    Drone Footage Ride at Winter Hill June 23rd

    Dear all
    We have an opportunity to have some drone footage done by a friend of mine, Chris. I've seen some of his videos and they are really superb. He is also a keen mountain biker and often takes
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  • So you have found the club, what now?

    So you have stumbled or been pushed in the direction of our website and you like what you see, so what now?

    We get asked loads of times on the forum about the process for joining the club
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  • Meet the Committee

    Chairman and Rides Coordinator

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    Webname: Roger
    Real name: Roger
    Riding History
    I started mountain biking in 1997 and joined the Woollybacks a few years later.
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  • Fat club 2013

    Fat club 2013

    If scales are correct (depends which way you put them on bathroom floor) about 5lb so far. Down to 12st 10lb. Noticed man b..bs flattening again more than weight loss Costing me a fortune in
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  • Welcome to the Woollybacks
    by CHUNK
    Welcome to the website of the Woollybacks Mountain Bike Club.
    Please watch our promo video:






    The club started with a handful of enthusiasts in 1992 based in St Helens but now draws its membership from all over the North West of England.

    There is tons of riding going on, midweek night rides and weekends too. These take place in all the best locations in the North West including the Peaks, the Lakes, North Wales, The Pennines
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    31-01-2020, 15:06
  • Drone Footage Ride at Winter Hill June 23rd
    by Whistling Jock
    Dear all
    We have an opportunity to have some drone footage done by a friend of mine, Chris. I've seen some of his videos and they are really superb. He is also a keen mountain biker and often takes
    07-06-2019, 12:07
  • Club Routes 2
    by CHUNK
    Ladybower best bits: this is a true club classic, in an area every mountain biker should tick of their "must ride list" 21 miles, all thriller and no filler. If you like your ups tough, but
    27-08-2015, 13:31
  • Club News Start of 2015
    by artillerydave
    Been a while since I've updated this, so here goes. The AGM started the year off so we planned out a cracking years riding. We ended 2014 with 199 members, so with every chance we'll break the 200 barrier
    02-05-2015, 22:00
  • Heavy Duty Bush
    by artillerydave
    Hi all, I've been talking about these a fair bit lately to quite a few members, so thought a bit of a piccy diary might help, so here we have a step by step changing of a standard eyelet bush and alloy top hat arrangement for a heavy duty / strong bush kit. Plenty of us use them already, but if you don't then have a read. Why change? the bush is the sacrificial part of this arrangement, and wears out to protect the eye of the shock, it is fitted with two alloy top hats, as these wear the bike de...
    02-07-2014, 11:17
  • July to December 2013 Club News
    by artillerydave
    July to December 2013 Club News
    The year continued in the same vein as it had started, as we basked in some of the greatest summer conditions we’d had in many a year the riding to be had up and
    28-01-2014, 23:53
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