Can’t do the British Heart Foundation (BHF) Peak District Mountain Bike Challenge but still want to be involved? Be a marshall!
Without marshalls, rides like the British Heart Foundation events can’t happen. And because we here at Peak District MTB have such a good relationship with them, if we can get some marshalls, the British Heart Foundation will give us some money to look after the trails! Bonza!
So what does that mean? Well, it means we could put a whack towards making Cut Gate rideable year round. Or we could tidy up the bottom of Cutthroat. Either way, it’s cracking and great to be working with a brilliant organisation like the British Heart Foundation on something both charitable AND sustainable.
So can you be a marshall? Let us know by emailing us. We’ll even throw in a free gift for you!
The British Heart Foundation Peak District Mountain Bike Challenge takes place on Saturday March 17th in and around the Hope Valley. Marshalls will be required out on the course and will be within riding distance of Hope. For more info on the event, check out https://www.bhf.org.uk/get-involved/events/bike-rides/peak-district-mountain-bike-challenge