Off Root – Guided Mountain Bike Rides Midhurst North Street, England, GU29 9DH

Roots was established in 2016 after years of taking groups of friends on weekly rides and MTB weekends across the UK.  The root of it all is founded in getting people both confident in riding and fit – but hidden…

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Roots was established in 2016 after years of taking groups of friends on weekly rides and MTB weekends across the UK.  The root of it all is founded in getting people both confident in riding and fit – but hidden within bringing people together, riding cross-country in the beauty of nature, the great outdoors and everything it naturally throws at you.

All our rides are fun, welcoming, extremely friendly and filled with laughter. The aim is to enable you to be a more confident mountain bike rider, encouraging you to get out and enjoy the countryside with like minded people.  We offer rides all year round so that we get to see the environments change through the seasons, the wildlife that lives amongst us and, on my night rides, we can spot things that you may not see so much by day.  All rides can include coaching on bike handling techniques.

In short, we offer coaching, fitness, wellbeing, mindfulness, friends, banter, laughs, wind in your hair and rosy cheeks fun.  Biking holidays and day rides are then all washed down with food & drink, more banter and laughter at the end of the ride.

Rides occasionally leave from Langham Brewery combined with beer and pizza on your return. For more information contact the team: [email protected]

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