e-bike Study – can you help?

Can you help with some e-bike research? Jim Cherrington, a researcher from Sheffield Hallam University, is looking to recruit participants for a study which examines people’s experience with e-mountain bikes, and the social, cultural, and political implications of this emerging technology. Throughout the study he will also be addressing wider environmental issues and concerns, as […]

Mountain Bike Code of Conduct Survey

National MTB advocacy body OpenMTB  have produced a survey to review existing Codes of Conduct and agree what a modern version might look like for mountain bikers/off-road cyclists. Please spare a few minutes to take the survey. The results of this survey will help define what an up-to-date code of conduct for off-road cycling could […]

BHF Peak District Mountain Bike Challenge Cancelled for 2020

Sadly this year’s British Heart Foundation Peak District Mountain Bike Challenge has been cancelled. Originally due to take place in April, the event was initially postponed, early on in the Coronavirus pandemic. The BHF have made the tough decision to cancel the event for 2020, returning in 2021. The BHF announcement on their website states: “We’re […]

Accidents will happen?

The latest Government Coronavirus guidance still means no big group rides, stay home as much as possible, and follow social distancing guidelines. For us cyclists the main change is that you can choose to “…exercise outdoors as often as you wish.” We know you are itching to get out on your bike, especially following this […]