The EU was great for British mountain biking, it allowed us easy access to Europe's finest riding, it meant we could buy in cheap parts and bikes from the continent and it funded our most beloved trails... but the country has spoken and Britain will be going solo in the near future.

The mountain biking world has taken to social media today to react to the Brexit. Here are our picks:

Rachel Atherton

https://twitter.com/rachelatherton/status/746303042191040512

https://www.instagram.com/p/BHCOZs0hfXb/?taken-by=rachybox

Matt Simmonds

https://www.instagram.com/p/BHBmHrlA1PP/?taken-by=simmonds38

Chris ball (EWS head honcho)

https://twitter.com/ballersays/status/746251105198350336

Cy Turner (Cotic bikes)

https://twitter.com/cycotic/status/746223827554705409

Chris Seager (Aspect Media)

https://www.instagram.com/p/BHCh7zRg0Yb/?taken-by=seagerfilms

Dan Milner (PHOTOGRAPHER)

https://twitter.com/danmilnerphoto/status/742042091954438146

Paul Masson (trail designer)

https://twitter.com/Aviemoron/status/746241625962258432

Todd Seplavy (product manager GT)

https://twitter.com/ska_todd/status/746193708891017216

Our view

https://www.instagram.com/p/BHB_Qa9jpXo/?taken-by=dirtmagazine

Just go and ride

Most people just had one thing to say though. Whether you're a Brexiteer or not, we can still all be united on the trails.

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https://twitter.com/AyrshireMTB/status/746260987653799936

https://twitter.com/Davekilshaw/status/746281764818128896