2012 Lapierre's are now in stock!!!
Sunday June 6th, 2011 the National 'Mud and
Sweat' adventure orienteering race was held in
Cornwall for the first time.
The competition had participants from all over the UK racing around the Mineral Tramways network, visiting as many pre-laid electronic checkpoints as quickly as possible. Prizes were awarded in several categories and a great time was had by all.
In what is widely hoped to be the first of many such events in the South West, National MTB event organisers 'Mud and Sweat' teamed up with Portreath based Mountain Bike specialists at Elm Farm, to host a weekend of camping, adventure racing, and local food and drinks.See www.MudandSweat.com for the event report
Mineral Tramways Activity Trails Grand Launch - Saturday 26th September, 2010, 10:00 AM Official Opening of the Trails by Wendy Houvenaghel. Click here for full story...
Elm Farm Cycle Centre launches Uk's 1st Bike Trail Ale 12:03 - 30-July-2008 Elm Farm & Skinners Brewery have partnered up to produce the Uk's first ever real ale, 'COAST TO COAST ALE', supplied by a bike trail. Click here for full story...
See mining's heritage through haze of smoke 12:03 - 30-June-2008 IT'S nearly a hundred years since the engine houses and chimneys of Cornwall started to be closed down and the thick smoke that hung across the lunar-like mining landscape of the 19th century began to waft away in the wind. Click here for full story...
Pupils pass Bikeability tests with flying
colours 09:38 - 26-June-2008
PUPILS from nearly 100 schools have successfully passed their Bikeability test after receiving free training. Click here for full story...
Get On Your Bike With The Guided Circular
Cycle Discovery Ride! 10:57 - 19-June-2008
On Saturday 28th June, join a guided circular cycle tour to celebrate the expansion of the new mining trails network as part of the Mineral Tramways Heritage Project in the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. Click here for full story...
St Day and Carharrack
Pupils Complete Free Bikeability Road Safety Training Course 16:12 -
Year 5 and Year 6 pupils from St Day and Carharrack Community School have successfully completed a three week Bikeability course run by Elm Farm Cycle Centre, near Portreath. Click here for full story...