Huge thanks to Peak District MTB founder member Paul Richardson

You’ve got to have a certain mindset to get involved in mountain bike advocacy work. You might think it’s about diplomacy, tolerance, understanding and patience. But talk to anyone involved for any length of time and they’ll tell you that one thing is required in buckets. Stubbornness. Which is why, when Peak District MTB founding […]

Merry Christmas from Peak District MTB

As 2021 draws to an end we wanted to wish our members and supporters a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year. As we say goodbye to another challenging year, it’s good to reflect on the positive stuff we’ve been getting up to. As expected Covid has had a real impact on mountain biking […]

What do you think makes a good path?

What makes a good path for mountain biking? What about walking? Running? Horse-riding? Don’t miss this opportunity to share your thoughts on what makes a good path by completing this survey from Natural England. We share the paths with different user groups with different abilities. Defining a “good path” is not easy when considering what different […]

AGM 2021 Report

Returning to the public house, after 2020 online, Peak District MTB’s 2021 Annual General Meeting was a lower key affair than previous years. Yet no less valuable for the open and candid discussions around MTB access and our recent progress. Dan Noble was voted in as Chair for the fourth time, albeit with the hope […]