We are rebuilding things

We are putting together lots of exciting rides and events at the moment, so we’re completely changing the website. In the meantime, everything here should carry on working.

Lurking in the fields and woods of the South are some incredible relics of past generations going back to the end of the ice age. They are waiting to be found if you know where to look.

Designed by two professional archaeologists and mountain bikers, our archaeo-safaris bring together top-drawer riding, amazing scenery and unbelievable archaeology.

We have taken some of our favourite archaeology and woven it together with quality singletrack riding. In our company, you will find some brilliant riding and discover how the landscape it runs through came to be.

We’ll be visiting some fantastic locations and will give you a real taste of what we know about people who lived, worked and worshipped there through history. You’ll finish the ride understanding why the landscape looks the way it does and grinning from a good day’s riding.

Join us as we go in search of the past.

Nestled away far to the south of the high downs you could be forgiven for dismissing the small hills north of Bishop’s Waltham. That would be a mistake.

Snuggled away on the sides of these hills are some snippets of terrific riding. They may not be long, but they are great and they come thick and fast.

At the top of these hills are some lovely little villages. All of these villages have rightly popular pubs in them. This ride takes in trails and refreshment in equal measure. To cap it all we finish at the Hampshire Bowman which brews its own beer on site. Sipping quality beer in their garden really is a brilliant way to finish a lovely ride.

Factfile: Hampshire Bowman

Start time: 10:00

Start: Hampshire Bowman, Dundridge

Distance: 25km/16 miles

Duration: 2-3 hours

Difficulty: moderate

Included: guiding, support and first aid

Not included: mountain bike, refreshments

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