Rushup Edge (Chapel Gate) joint press release

It’s been over four years since Derbyshire County Council starting work on the Chapel Gate byway (aka Rushup Edge). With four years passing we are still no nearer to understanding the reasons why they want to substantially change the nature of the route nor have we seen any feasible proposals for how they might carry […]

New Roaches Permissive Right of Way

Result! The green light has been given to a new permissive cycleway on the Roaches Estate in the South West Peak District, north of Leek. The High Forest footpath has been granted permissive cycleway status by Natural England on a 12-month trial basis. This is superb news for mountain bikers in the Staffordshire Moorlands, and […]

Whinstone Lee Tor Bridleway Maintenance 10-2018

Peak District MTB volunteers have again been out maintaining the bridleways of the Peak District. Working on the Whinstone Lee Tor to Cutthroat bridge bridleway in the north of the park. It is over two years since we last worked on the route, although it is one we have extensively worked on before. Worked focused […]

Advocates’ Awards, AGM and ales – another year for Peak District MTB

Last night was the 2018 Peak District MTB AGM. A night of great discussions, updates on what we’ve been up to and of course the nomination of the committee. It was also a great opportunity to celebrate our members. With guests including Moors for the Future and the British Mountaineering Council, the night was an occasion […]

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