22% Campaign – what’s been happening?

Now is probably as good as time as any to give an update on the 22% Campaign.  As you remember we asked you for routes that you would like to see upgraded to allow access for mountain bikers – you didn’t disappoint with a total of 79 suggestions.  Suggestions covered most of local authorities that […]

Coronavirus – What does social distancing mean for mountain bikers?

***This article was updated 12th May 2020 to include the latest Staying alert and safe Government guidance*** Following the Government guidance issued at the weekend, in England – and hence the Peak District – you can exercise outdoors as much as you want from 13th May and meet one other person from another household whilst observing […]

Cut Gate – What’s the Latest?

Those of you who’ve braved the rain and snow might have noticed some activity up on Midhope Moors. Moors for the Future Partnership (MFFP) have started work on restoring some of the paths across the moor. So what’s going on? The work currently under way is to restore and protect the bridleway commonly known as North […]

BHF Peak District Mountain Bike Challenge Postponed

The British Heart Foundation’s Peak District mountain bike challenge, due to take place on April 4th, has been postponed until later in the year due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The escalating and ever-changing Coronavirus situation has resulted in an increasing number of events cancelled or postponed across-the-board, including major sporting events such as the Euro […]

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