Roaches permissive bridleway maintenance April 14th 2018

We had a fantastic turnout for our first Staffordshire “dig day” on the Roaches Estate last weekend. Sixteen volunteers met in Gradbach on a fabulous sunny Spring day, giving up their precious riding time to make our Peak District trails better. Jon Rowe from Staffordshire Wildlife Trust – land managers of the Roaches – was […]

Steel Valley Ride raising money for Cut Gate

We’re delighted to announce that 20% of the entry fees from July’s Steel Valley ride will be going towards the Cut Gate Mend our Mountains project. The Steel Valley Project are a countryside management charity who started the popular Steel Valley Ride in 2016. This year’s 31 miler will be a superb contributor to the […]

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Time to Step Up a Gear on Cut Gate

The Cut Gate campaign [read more here] is going great guns. Since it kicked off down in London back in November, the Mend Our Mountains: Make One Million appeal has reached over £200,000. That is a massive achievement for the campaign overall – thank you, thank you thank you to everyone who has put money […]

Aston Bridleway Maintenance March 2018

 The Peak District MTB Dig Team kicked off the first engagement of the season at Aston, in the Hope Valley, on a dry Thursday in March. We’d last done bridleway maintenance here in late 2016, reinstating a french drain near the bottom. After some brews at Cafe Adventure in Hope and the handing over […]