Thursday, 29 March 2012

Latest news - need your help to save Moos!

Things have moved on a bit recently, initially we thought the trails were going to be ploughed but it seems not to be the case.

Looks like we're going to be given the chance to present our case for Moos to the council executives. Environmental impact seems to be the biggest problem and we should soon see the environmental report which will give us an idea of what we need to do to mitigate the issues.

Until we get this report we can't really do much, but we need to be able to show the council that there's lots of support for the trails and that they are worth saving. So we're looking for people to send us letters of support addressed to the council which we can pass onto to them. It doesn't matter if your not local, if you've ridden Moos or even just follow the blog we need you to let the council know why its important to save the trails.

If your interested in helping then please send an email to me at and I will send you more info about what you need to do. Also if you have any other advice or expertise which could assist us then let me know.

Don't forget to keep an eye on our facebook page for updates!/groups/192662447451871/.

Monday, 12 March 2012

Riding this time last year

Not this year, not yet anyway. Don't know whats going to happen to the trails at the moment the situation sucks though.

The environmental impact seems to be a bit of an issue, think we should've of said it was a very short xc loop !! loads of xc and dh trails getting built in South Wales with no issues. Is moos worse than bench cutting xc trails into the hill side don't get it.