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 […]

AGM 2019: “Peak District MTB are at the forefront”

“Peak District MTB are doing locally what they can, stuff that just looks like day job mountain bike advocacy. To them. But when you look across the patch, because there isn’t a British Mountaineering Council, a Ramblers Association for mountain biking; they’re actually right at the forefront.” “There are some other groups doing some really […]

Want to get involved in mountain bike advocacy?

Do you want to support mountain biking advocacy or find out more about what Peak District MTB does? There are plenty of ways to get involved. We’d love you to become a member of Peak District MTB. Firstly, sign up as a member to Peak District MTB (it’s free). Then come along to our AGM […]

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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