Bridleway maintenance in Staffordshire – can you help?

UPDATED 11th September 2020 An update from Staffordshire Moorlands Bridleways: The clearance work at the above location has gone so well over the last couple of days (Thursday/Friday) that we have decided to cancel the meet on Saturday and Sunday. Thank you to all those who were planning to come and support us, maybe we can […]

Local trail T-shirts supporting MTB advocacy

Featuring themes of local mountain bike trails, comes a new range of artist-collab T-shirt designs from Shralp, a new Sheffield-based mountain biking clothing brand. Initially this includes 4 of Sheffield’s most recognisable mountain biking spots – Lady Cannings Plantation in Ringinglow, Parkwood Springs in Shirecliffe, Devils Elbow in Blacka Moor and Wharncliffe Woods near Grenoside. […]

Kinder tresspass

The Spirit of the Kinder Trespass

We get into a few debates about access here at Peak District MTB. Unsurprising bearing in mind our main aim is to hugely increase the number of places you can legally ride your bike here in the national park. Anyway, when we’re talking access – inevitably online, inevitably late at night, sometimes with a glass […]

Hollinsclough trail closures extended until at least 2021

The Emergency Temporary Traffic Management Order (TTRO) on Hollinsclough rakes has been extended for another 18 months to September 2021. This means the rocky and technical Swan Rake and Limer Rake are still officially closed. The original closure notice expired on September 2nd 2018 and was extended until March 2020. It has since been extended further […]

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