It was still looking a bit dodgy for the ebike on Friday after the heavy rain we'd had throughout the week so it seemed a good idea not to risk trying to cycle through the river crossing especially as I couldn't really make out if any big stones had been washed down and I didn't fancy a cold bath.
Saturday morning and a 6.30am start from Peebles arriving up at the top of the Glentress Black at 7.50am, time for a quick gulp of juice and off down the descent to Innerleithen for the XC route there.
9.45am and we've arrived at the top of Minch Moor the highest point of Innerleithen XC track and time for a photo and another gulp of juice to see us on our way
A photo of a stone in the cairn at the top of Minch Moor commemorates someones friend who obviously enjoyed his mountain biking but has sadly passed away, a really great way to be remembered
The final leg of Saturdays' trip and we crossed the River Tweed near Cardrona on the way back to Peebles. We arrived back at the car with 34 miles travelled, over 3500 feet of climbing and still 2 bars left on the ebikes display.
A great days biking even if we were a tád mucky from the wet tracks!