Sunday 25th March 2018 10:00am

Starting from - Meeting at Tesco in Greenfield (Chew Valley Rd, Greenfield, Oldham OL3 7AF) for 10am. There is a minimum parking time restrictions here but there is suitable parking on Wellington Road and Chapel Road.

If possible park on the far left of the car park so we're not dotted around and we can all find each other.

After ride we'll be heading for a beer in the Wellington which is next to Tesco. If you have the time and fancy a beer please come along. OL3 7AF

  • 12.6 miles
  • Mountain Bike, Hybrid (off road tyres), Hybrid (road tyres), Road
  • 4 hr 5 mins
  • Mountain bike
  • Oldham
  • Adults 16+ only

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Starting point

Greater Manchester

Diggle Jiggle Mountain Bike Route
Route Length: 11 miles / 17km. Rough Time: 2 half - 4 hours.
A mountain biking route that has two distinct halves. The first teases you with some small ups and downs as you jiggle your way from Diggle to Greenfield. Then a narrow lane will make you work as it leads up then down to The Delph Donkey Trail (a former singletrack branch railway). With your muscles nicely warmed up it is now time for the more arduous second half. Make your way up Harrop Edge via Dobcross then drop down to the Castleshaw Reservoirs before climbing once more towards Standedge. Your reward for the hard work is an exhilarating final off-road plunge back down to Diggle.

It's a tough day out and you will need to be in good health for this one! Extra food and clothing is a must as it can get a bit chilly on the tops.
All riders must wear a helmet and have all the right spares, pumps and clothing for a mountain bike ride. Please study route as it will give you a better idea of what you're coming along to. This is a social ride too! If you are looking for a fast pace group with a race mentality this group or ride isn't for you!

This is a beautiful and scenic place and awesome to ride! I'm looking forward to seeing you there and riding with you.

Please make sure you read and understand the terms and conditions of the social ride!
Thank You
Birdy x

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