Advocacy? No way!

Mountain bike legend Hans “No Way” Rey was in town last week, telling tales of his 30 year career to a full house at the Pavilion Arts Centre, Buxton. I’ve always seen Hans Rey as a guy who has (somehow!) made a living out of hopping around the World on a bicycle, but he’s much […]

Rushup Edge – 3 years on

In October 2014 Rushup Edge was closed for insensitive resurfacing and remains closed 3 years later, but there is a small glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel. Our very own committee member Chris Maloney (Keeper of the Peak) has had an incredibly positive meeting this week with acting cabinet member at Derbyshire […]

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Unrecorded or Lost Ways Event

As some of you might be aware, 2026 is the deadline for getting historic routes added to the definitive map. The onus is on people to research and claim routes, with the implication being that unclaimed routes may no longer be rights of way. This obviously has a potential impact on mountain bikers who rely […]

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 […]

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