Greg Villalobos

  • Were you atWere you at the ABR Festival 2019…?centerno-repeat;left top;;autojhxn9ptUvYQ700400Were you atWell great news. After the successful collaboration between TRF volunteers and ABR we’ll be back again in […]

    • Just to clarify timings. Registration for the AGM starts @ 18:00 and it is expected to commence at 18:30. It is anticipated it will finish by 19:30 following WTRF presentations of cheques to the supported charities and the TRF Raffle & WW prize Draw.

      For those who have booked the BBQ including all Wessex Wanderer Participants, that will commence @ 19:30. The Cash Sale bar for refreshments will be open following the AGM until 22:00. The site must be vacated by 22:30 latest for all those not staying at the campsite.

  • Next summer the TRF are helping visitors to the ABR Festival get out and enjoy local green roads in trail riding groups. It’s a great way to show off what the TRF is all about, make new friends and get involved in […]

  • Derbyshire Police have

    Derbyshire Police have a new dedicated Rural Crime Team, who’s majority of work sees them out in all weathers, day and night in the Peak District National Park, which happens to be a f […]

    • This is a really worthwhile initiative. Those of us who live in rural areas know that the Police have an almost impossible job trying to do it without the help of the public.

      As we (trail riders) are such a valuable potential asset in this area, it would be nice to think that there was a little Quid Quo Pro, such as not getting routinely pulled over and nicked for a small number plate, but….?

  • Central Bristol TRF (CBTRF) is pleased to announce that it will be holding six training days in 2019.

    These days will be aimed at riders from beginners to clubman level. The training days will be held on a […]

  • Public access to

    Public access to view Stonehenge is being monopolised. As part of this process the public have been prohibited from driving and motorcycling on the minor roads which facilitate free and […]

    • If you dont already have this argument up your sleeves ?? – Statement of WC reason para 8 illogical: “With the expected changes to the A303 through the A303/A358 Corridor Improvements it is considered very likely that the levels of motorised vehicles using the byways within the WHS will continue to increase”. The main reason that MPVs can access the WHS on these byways is because of access from A303. The improvements will result in no direct access from A303 which will in itself prevent the majority of the MPV traffic in the WHS which is opportunistic – except trail riders and 4x4s.

    • That should rattle them!

      Well done to all involved so far.

    • The argument against the ETRO looks very comprehensive. Well done.

  • When Dom Hunt discovered an old broken gate hanging off its hinges on Hexham Lane he didn’t just roll his eyes and curse the council. He did something about it, with the help of Northumbria TRF. We caught up with […]

  • This September sixty riders headed north to take part in Northumbria TRF’s Hadrian Adventure Weekend. We caught up with event organiser Greg Villalobos for a detailed look at what goes into putting on an event l […]

  • The TRF CBT – introducing young people into safe, responsible and sustainable trail riding.

    At the beginning of September, the TRF held possibly its first formal training event aimed at introducing young […]

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