Peak District Mountain Biking Events 2019

Here’s our overview of mountain bike related in events in and around the Peak District in 2019:

Hope Valley Adventure Film Festival (HVAFF)

Sat 9th March
Adventure film and activities at Hope Valley College, Hope, Derbyshire.

British Heart Foundation Peak District Mountain Bike Challenge

Sat 16 March 2019 Sat 6th April 2019
Set in the Hope Valley, there are two routes to choose from – 37 or 69km.

Sheffield Adventure Film Festival (ShAFF)

Fri 22 – Sun 24 March, 2019
Showroom Cinema and other locations in Sheffield.
An annual adventure film festival including mountain biking.

Velotastic – Gnarmac Attack

Sun 12 May, 2019
Holmesfield, Derbyshire.
An unsupported, unmarshalled ride on the quiet roads, byways and bridleways of the White Peak.

Steel City Downhill

Sat May 4th, 2019
An annual fund-raising race on a short track in Grenoside Woods near Sheffield. Fun for both riders and spectators.

Dark & White Mountain Bike Events

Various dates and locations
Mountain bike orienteering event.

Mountain Biking Orienteering National Championship Weekend

Sat 29 – Sun 30 June, 2019
Mountain bike orienteering events.
Bradwell Sports Pavilion, Stretfield, Bradwell, Hope Valley, Derbyshire S33 9ST

Steel Valley Ride

Sat 20 July, 2019
A 31-mile ride which starts and finishes at Trek Sheffield, in Stocksbridge.

Evans Cycles Ride It Peak District Off-Road

Sat 17 August 2019
Starting at New Mills.

Hopetech Women Ride

Sat 31 August, 2019
Hope Valley College, Hope, Derbyshire.
Eventbrite Details / Register

Scott MTB Marathon Series

Sat 31 August – Sun 1 September, 2019
Hope, Derbyshire.
Mountain biking endurance weekend.
Various routes and events.

Hope Valley Mountain Bike Challenge

Sat 21 September, 2019 Cancelled, back in 2020.
Hope Valley College, Hope, Derbyshire.

Red Rat Rampage – Eyam Mountain Bike Challenge (New for 2019)

Sun 6 October, 2019
Eyam, Derbyshire.
Three White Peak routes of differing length and difficulty.
Short ‘Splat the Rat’ – 13 miles (aimed at families/less experienced riders)
Medium ‘Ring O Roses’ – 25 miles
Long/hard – ‘The Black Death’ – 35 miles (aimed at the fitter/more experienced mountain biker)
Limited to 200 entries.

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25 January 2019