Bridleway Maintenance 2019

Peak District MTB have done a lot of digging in 2019. Helping to maintain the bridleways of the Peak District, not just for fellow mountain bikers, but also to the benefit of horse riders, walkers and runners. In 2019, Peak District MTB’s trail maintenance work totalled approximately 308 volunteer man-hours. Many thanks to all the […]

Elmin Pits Farm Trail – 1st Dig Day, 12-2019

Mid-December saw our first dig day on the planned new trail at Elmin Pits Farm, near Ladybower. Peak District MTB volunteers have been working in conjunction with the Peak District National Park and landowner Severn Trent Water to lay the groundwork for new MTB access and contribute to our 22% Campaign. PDMTB’s bridleway maintenance dig […]

Next Hope Valley Dig Days & Planned Elmin Pits Farm Trail

As we revealed at our AGM in November and alluded to in the write-up, Peak District MTB having been working with Severn Trent Water to increase access for mountain biking around the Ladybower and Upper Derwent Valley area. The first stage of this undertaking is that PDMTB volunteers will be working with the local STW […]

What do we do on trail maintenance days?

Trail maintenance. Dig days. Shovel-wielding. Often called different things, our volunteers are working hard across the Peak District to make sure the trails you ride are kept in good condition. Why? The rights of way network we ride doesn’t maintain itself. Drains get blocked, rarely-used trails get overgrown, popular trails get worn out. If no […]

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