Huge thanks to Peak District MTB founder member Paul Richardson

You’ve got to have a certain mindset to get involved in mountain bike advocacy work. You might think it’s about diplomacy, tolerance, understanding and patience. But talk to anyone involved for any length of time and they’ll tell you that one thing is required in buckets. Stubbornness. Which is why, when Peak District MTB founding […]

Meet the Team – Dave Finch

Why did you get involved with Peak District MTB? I’ve been living and riding around Macclesfield for over 8 years and there’s a lot of potential, but access is relatively limited. Over time, I became aware of grumblings and problems around Macclesfield Forest, and these were mounting to the point that the situation had to […]

AGM 2020 Report

“The biggest thing to take from that AGM” says Dan Noble, chair of Peak District MTB, “for me, was the amount of positive stuff we’ve got to follow up on. There was loads of great conversation, challenge and debate – perhaps even more than we normally get.” Dan was talking after the Peak District MTB […]

Meet the Team – Jim Cherrington

WHY DID YOU GET INVOLVED WITH PEAK DISTRICT MTB? I was invited by Chris Maloney. I was doing some research at Sheffield Hallam on mountain bike trail builders, and after seeing an article I had written on trail sabotage he asked if I wanted to join. One of the things that I see all the […]