Guided Rides in Wiltshire

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I do sales for a living so this should be easy right?

I’ve qualified my first aid and my BC leaders Level 2 course so I’m all set. However, I’ve just started a new job that pays the bills and the mortgage so that has to take priority.

But I’m ready to start promoting me as a guide.  This means keeping some time free, putting up some events and rides and promoting them and also doing a bit of sales and marketing of me.

So if you have any tips on starting and promoting a guiding business, I’m all ears!

 

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The Chilterns with MTB Guiding

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Tom Hutton // MTB Guide // Map Geek // Photographer

Well I had a cracking day on Sunday. Seeing my good friend Tom Hutton had strayed out of the mountains of Snowdonia on MBR Magazine business (and not too far from where I live) I asked if I could tag along for the ride and so I joined him and Steph in the Chilterns. Continue reading “The Chilterns with MTB Guiding”

Gimme Shelter

 

G0016377-0001It was hot yesterday; 28 degrees I think. So I went for a 30km ride carrying enough gear and equipment to theoretically guide 8 people around in the middle of Winter! That included tools, first aid kit, spare clothes, a rescue blanket and even a group shelter.

I also took a map, even though I knew exactly where I was and where I was going – testing myself on compass bearings mostly. Part of the plan was also to make sure I was eating and drinking correctly and generally being a model mountain biker and wannabe guide.

All in the name of conditioning and practicing for the weekend ahead.

To be continued…

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