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 […]
Hope Valley Mountain Bike Challenge 2017 – Video & Photography
Our roving photographer Jeff was out and about at this years Hope Valley Mountain bike challenge on 23rd September. Here’s his video from the event… Hope Valley Mountain Bike Challenge 2017 from Peak District MTB on Vimeo. A full set of images is available on our Facebook group (click here).
All Weather Mountain Bike Route – Dialled Mag
Our friends at Dialled Snowboard and Mountain Bike News have been out on one of our rides and created a video of their adventure. Click here for the full article. [ 2020 Update: Latest version of the route is here. ]
British Cycling launches Trail Smart – videos with tips and advice for mountain bikers
Our friends at British Cycling have just launched their Trail Smart videos. Here’s one we think is particularly informative entitled “How to: behave on mountain bike trails: Trail Etiquette”
Bridleway Maintenance 2016 – a review of Peak District MTB volunteers’ great work
The Peak District MTB Maintenance Team has been out on the trails again this year. Working to preserve and enhance the reputation of the Peak District as one of the best places to ride a mountain bike in the world. Working with our partners Peak District National Park Authority and Derbyshire County Council to carry […]
Bridleway Maintenance near Aston, Peak District
Here’s a great time lapse video showing some of our trail maintenance volunteers working hard to sort the drainage on a bridleway near Aston in the Derbyshire Peak District. Bridleway Maintenance at Aston – December 2016 from PDMTB on Vimeo.
Peak District Trail Maintenance – Mam Tor to Greenlands
Our hard working team of volunteers have again been out again maintaining the trails of the Peak District. This time they were wallowing in the mud and muck on the north side of Mam Tor, with the help of our good friend and Peak District National Park Pennine Way Ranger, Martyn Sharp. If you would […]