Mountain Biking Advocacy, Peak District Mountain Biking, Advocacy Files

The Mountain Bike ‘Advocacy Files’

We’ve joined forces with Ride Sheffield and Keeper of the Peak to produce “The Advocacy Files”, a collection of some of the finest examples of mountain bike advocacy work in the UK. We all know how great the mountain biking community is. Sadly, we still suffer from the misconception that we ‘churn up the paths’* […]

What next for Mountain Biking at the Roaches?

Last month we published the results of our Roaches Mountain Biking Survey. Do you want to know what else has been going on? Well, we’ve been in discussions with Staffordshire Wildlife Trust about initiatives to improve access, maintain what is already there (there are some boggy sections!) and promote the existing permissive routes. These initiatives are […]

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“Mountain Bike Initiatives” Peak District Local Access Forum Meeting

Yesterday Peak District MTB and Ride Sheffield were at the Peak District National Park Authority’s Local Access Forum to talk about the intriguingly titled ‘mountain bike initiatives’. We were originally going to talk about our Cut Gate thing, but you don’t look a gift horse in the mouth and the opportunity to share what we’re […]

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Mountain Biking at the Roaches – Survey Results

Earlier in the year we ran an online survey to help us better understand the habits of mountain bikers on the Roaches Estate in the Staffordshire Peak District: How often do you ride there? What do you think? How could it be improved? The survey results are now available. There’s some fascinating insight that will […]

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