Elmin Pitts Climb History – Making friends, increasing access

You might have seen the progress we’ve been making on our new trail to the west end of Ladybower. PDMTB committee member James Irwin and a group of brilliant volunteers have – under the watchful eye of Peak District National Park Rangers – have been working on establishing a new climb close to the Beast. […]

Rushup is open for 2020!

We may have won the battle, but have we won the war? After five years Rushup Edge (often called Chapel Gate) has finally reopened. You can now officially ride a great winter loop without any busy roads or threats of route closure. Our friends at Vertebrate Graphics have produced a great guide, but now you […]

Peak District MTB Project 22% Form

Project 22% form

Peak District MTB is campaigning to double the legitimate, rideable paths in the Peak District National Park from the current 11% to the national level of 22%. It’s the first, logical step to better access for all. Check out our story here for more info. We’d like to hear from you as to which paths […]

22% campaign Peak District MTB

Peak District MTB launches 22% campaign

Peak District based mountain bike advocacy group, Peak District MTB, has launched its 22% campaign aimed at creating parity in the percentage of rideable rights of way in the national park with that of the rest of the UK. Currently the national percentage of rights of way that are bridleways is around 22% (Cycling UK […]

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