Sidecars

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Troggy
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Sidecars

Post by Troggy » Wed Mar 06, 2019 9:53 pm

Does anyone use an outfit on the trail. I use one here in Devon and struggle down some of the green lanes, what size are the off road bits in general.
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Re: Sidecars

Post by Fragz » Tue Apr 23, 2019 10:04 am

Hi Trevor,

Just spotted you haven't got an answer on your thread so thought I'd leave a message.

I rode the Welsh section last year and there as some trails that become very narrow singletrack and wouldn't be accessible if you had a sidecar fitted.

Maybe others could advise too as I've only had a small taste of what the TET has to offer.

Happy riding,

Frazer
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Re: Sidecars

Post by Troggy » Sun Apr 28, 2019 8:08 pm

Thanks for the response I might just give it a go anyway.
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Re: Sidecars

Post by Paul C » Mon Apr 29, 2019 4:41 pm

From memory I'd say everything from Holmfirth down to the Welsh borders should be fine. One narrow one in a village in Cheshire but you could miss that. However, there's a deep ford in Cheshire which you might want to avoid depending on the height of your air intake. A couple of weeks ago it was easily over 2'6" deep. There's a cycle path with a bridge to one side but you wouldn't get through, plus it's not legal. Also there's a very muddy/swampy section just before Stretton.
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Re: Sidecars

Post by Troggy » Fri May 17, 2019 7:08 am

Ok thanks for the reply, looks like I'll be the first to try then.
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