Lyme Trail dig days – can you help?

We’re delighted to see the great progress our friends at Lyme are making with opening up additional access for mountain  bikers. Can you help with creating the new trails? The National Trust’s Graham Clark has arranged the following provisional dates for dig days and would love more volunteers: Saturday April 6th Sunday April 28th Sunday […]

Latest Access Arrangements at Lyme

The latest access arrangements at Lyme are now available and can be viewed below. Please feel free to share. You can download a high resolution version for printing here. The National Trust Lyme Estate near Disley is a popular spot with multiple user-groups, but has limited official access for cycling. We’ve previously reported on the […]

Positive news for Lyme cyclists in 2018

Last year the National Trust ran a consultation on cycling at their Lyme Estate in the north west Peak District near Disley (more info here). People from multiple user groups got involved in the consultation, resulting in permissive trails being opened up on the estate during August and September last year. Due to the success […]

Mountain biking at Lyme consultation – what’s happened since

Earlier this year we reported on the consultation on mountain biking at Lyme, organised by the National Trust’s Outdoor Activity Development Officer (www.peakdistrictmtb.org/advocacy-action-mountain-biking-lyme) . Lyme is a 1400 acre National Trust estate inside the Cheshire Peak District near Disley with few rights of way for cyclists, but it was clear from the consultation that there […]

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