Join the PDMTB 22% campaign

Currently, the national percentage of rights of way that are bridleways is around 22%. In the Peak District, it’s only around 11%. So today we’re launching our 22% campaign – aimed at creating parity in the percentage of rideable rights of way in the national park with that of the rest of the UK. Mileage-wise, […]

Inuits have 50 words for snow…

Here in the Peak District I think we could probably come up with hundreds for rain. That’s just one of the thoughts I had when I was riding up Mickleden Edge towards Cut Gate on the brilliant Steel Valley Ride last Saturday. You know that rain that comes in in sheets? That rain that looks […]

Advocates’ Awards, AGM and ales – another year for Peak District MTB

Last night was the 2018 Peak District MTB AGM. A night of great discussions, updates on what we’ve been up to and of course the nomination of the committee. It was also a great opportunity to celebrate our members. With guests including Moors for the Future and the British Mountaineering Council, the night was an occasion […]

Hope springs eternal – MTB challenge donates to Cut Gate

We love working with race organisers to find a route, support riders getting out on some of the best trails in the UK and more importantly – have a successful event. The Hope Valley Mountain Bike Challenge is one of the Peak District’s most popular events. With two routes, a fantastic atmosphere, supportive marshals and […]

ROWL UP, ROWL UP – Win a custom Binners

Maybe it was something in the water. Maybe it was the music. But the Hacienda in Manchester really had something from the atmosphere to the artwork. And of course one former barman turned mountain biker turned graphic designer. Adam ‘Binners’ Rowlinson gave up the agency life a few years back to focus on creating some […]