Project 22% FAQs

22% FAQs

What is project 22%? The 22% project is our focus on increasing the rideable rights of way network in the Peak District from the current level of 11% to match the national average of 22%. Basically, it’s our drive to double the amount of bridleways in the national park. Why not 100%? We do want 100% access, […]

Join the PDMTB 22% campaign

Currently, the national percentage of rights of way that are bridleways is around 22%. In the Peak District, it’s only around 11%. So today we’re launching our 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. Mileage-wise, […]

Cut Gate – You’ve Done It!

YOU’VE DONE IT! CUT GATE FUNDED After nearly two years of appeal the £74,000 total for Cut Gate has been reached – heralding huge success for mountain bike advocacy and cross-group collaboration. Two years ago, mountain bike advocacy groups Peak District MTB, Ride Sheffield and Keeper of the Peak began a conversation about Cut Gate, […]

Rushup: What’s next? (17th April)

Derbyshire County Council commenced work on Rushup Edge byway in 2014. (Also known as Chapelgate or Chapel-en-le-Frith Byway Open to All Traffic 144.) You can see all our articles on the subject, here. We were made aware that Derbyshire County Council were planning some test work on this byway starting in March 2019 for one […]

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