Is Peak District MTB relevant to me?

It’s been just over a year now since I joined Peak District MTB. Since then, we’ve been through a global pandemic, suffered 3 lockdowns, and watched on (again) as another major tournament slipped through the fingers of our national football team. However, it’s certainly not all doom and gloom. Over the same time, people have […]

Pennine Bridleway surfacing – update

Network Rail have “jumped the gun” on repairs which has seen loose surface infill added to the Pennine Bridleway just off Sheffield Road, heading towards Roych Clough. The National Park Authority have told us that a site visit was due to take place before work commenced. A number of our followers got in touch to […]

What happened at the Wild Trails webinar?

The Institute of Chartered Foresters ‘Wild Trails webinar’ was held on July 6th. With delegates representing land managers across the UK, it was a great opportunity for Peak District MTB to provide a mountain biking perspective. Despite some challenging questions raised over the impact of wild trails, the theme was one of positive engagement between […]

Wild Trails webinar – the Mountain Biker’s perspective

Getting in the room to talk with landowners is a key step in improving access, so when the Institute of Chartered Foresters invited Peak District MTB to talk at their Wild Bike Trails webinar in July, we jumped at the chance. The Institute of Chartered Foresters is the Royal Chartered body for foresters and arboriculturists […]