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Old 30th-October-2009, 20:49
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Default Green Lanes in Buckinghamshire

It might be too soon to use this, but don't get my previous post wrong, I DO want to use them! Ive only really trialled my Series, as opposed to laned it.

The only one I know of, is the road that goes through the woods out the back of Wendover, and Joins the road outside The Swan pub near St Lenoards.

Does anyone know of any others round here?
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Old 31st-October-2009, 01:44
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Default Re: Green Lanes in Buckinghamshire

to be honest mate - there really is sweet FA round here. theres a couple of em in chesham and surrounding area, but that isnt strictly speaking bucks i dont think. bucks is a desert when it comes to greenlanes

im usually in beaconsfield by the way.

you are better off doing what i do - go south to surrey / hampshire area or north to herts, essex, cambs area
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Old 31st-October-2009, 09:03
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Default Re: Green Lanes in Buckinghamshire

Chesham is close by. What's there?
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Old 31st-October-2009, 10:25
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Default Re: Green Lanes in Buckinghamshire

hey landie man,
there are a few in the area but not too many. if you repost in the Herts laners thread im sure somone would be willing to show you. Out of interest who do you trial with? Alrc?
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Old 31st-October-2009, 10:36
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Default Re: Green Lanes in Buckinghamshire

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Old 31st-October-2009, 12:07
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Default Re: Green Lanes in Buckinghamshire

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Chesham is close by. What's there?
not much in winter coz they close on 1st november i think from memory. they arent exactly memorable lanes. there is only one that stays open year round and that can be about half decent - but its not much more than 1km
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Old 31st-October-2009, 12:44
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Chiltern Vale Ah! well again you are most welcome to join us when we are about Jai
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Old 2nd-November-2009, 23:56
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Yeah... come on out and join us.... there are one or two open in bucks but not many. Come over our way there are a few more!
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Old 7th-November-2010, 19:56
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Default Re: Green Lanes in Buckinghamshire

Hi there,

First post - woohoo!! I've just bought a stock Range Rover Classic Vogue SE (1991, 3.9 V8) and would like to find a green lane in/around Bucks to get me started in offroading.

I live in the Amersham/Chesham/Great Missenden area, and saw some lanes in Chesham mentioned above - could anyone be more specific and point me in the right direction?

Also, I understand that the Ridgeway that runs past Wendover is, in parts, open to vehicles at certain points of the year (when a TRO is not in place). How do I find out which parts of the Ridgeway allow vehciles, and where do I get onto it at? I've only ever Mountain Biked along it!

Cheers - hope to meet some of you soon!
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Old 7th-November-2010, 20:01
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Default Re: Green Lanes in Buckinghamshire

Hi Mike,

Get over to Herts Laners thread somone will know more than me But I'm sure the ridgeway is all now closed pretty much all year round
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