Peak District MTB is holding its AGM at 8pm, Thursday 26th October

At our 2017 AGM we’ll give you an update on the projects we’ve been working on over the last year and our plans for the future. Guest speakers include Graham Clark – Cycle Trails Transition Officer for the National Trust – who will talk about how advocacy and consultation have worked to great effect at Lyme in the North West Peak District (Great effect at Lyme).

There’ll be opportunity to meet and talk to the committee and share your views about the future of mountain biking in the area.

What should we be focusing our efforts on? More specifically, where should we be focusing our efforts?

We’re particularly interested in identifying and prioritising opportunities for extending the rights of way network for cyclists, and this is where we need your help.

We want to hear from you

Do you know of any areas in the Peak District that need better rights of way for cyclists? Perhaps you know of a hanging bridleway that goes nowhere, or a footpath that is crying out to be upgraded? Are you baffled why your favourite local trail is “only” for walkers?

We want to know about these opportunities for opening up new rights of way and will dedicate part of the AGM to discussing these with you.

Want to attend the AGM?

We promise we won’t talk at you too much, we want to listen to your thoughts and feedback, so please come along. Any member that has joined on our website can attend, so sign up here and we’ll send you more info about the venue.

25 September 2017

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