21-25 miles

  • Bakewell - Beeley Hill

    Bakewell - Beeley Hill is a mountain bike route in the White Peak side of the Peak District. It is graded as technically Moderate and is  20.6 miles long. The rolling limestone hills of this area give some good riding, which is combined with great scenery. Although the elevation is never that high there are some fun descents and testing climbs. While this route can get quite muddy it is always rideable. However, you will need to watch out for wet roots and limestone, they’re very slippery.


    Start from the car park by the stone bridge across the river Wye in Bakewell (GR220686).


    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Bakewell - Beeley Hill

  • Bowderdale Loop, Starting at Ravenstonedale (M6 J38)

    One of the variations of the bowderdale classic loops, best done in the dry. Expect an hour long carry up to The Calf.

  • Ceiriog Valley and the Vale of Llangollen

    Ceiriog Valley and the Vale of Llangollen mountain bike route takes in the Ceiriog Valley, Llangollen and the Berwyns in North Wales. It is graded moderate in technical ability and is 21.3 miles long and starts in Glyn Ceiriog.  It takes in the trails towards the eastern end of the Ceiriog Valley and for a short time drops into the Vale of Llangollen. This ride contains some testing climbs, which are paid back by some fast rocky descents and fantastic views. Start from the car park by the Community Centre in Glyn Ceiriog (GR204379)


    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Ceiriog Valley and the Vale of Llangollen

  • Corrieyairack Pass GPS MTB Route

    Corrieyairack Pass GPS MTB route is a an epic 40km trail with 1072 metres of ascent. It starts and you park in Fort Augustus, head east and skirt around Loch Ness for 2km until you begin to climb. 


    The route was kindly donated by DMBinS Highland E-Guide which is a great resource and has extra detail on this route as well as being packed full of other routes and helpful advice across the Highlands region.


    Although this is an excellent mountain bike route it utilises multi-use paths and trails. It is important we adhere to the Scottish Outdoor Access Code at all times when using the route. For more information on what the code means for mountain bikers read the ‘Do The Ride Thing’ guide from DMBinS.


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  • Cut Gate

    This 21.5 mile mountain bike route is an out and back on the Cut Gate trail directly north of the Ladybower Reservoir in the Peak District, with a loop around Langsett Reservoir at the halfway point. This ride has some excellent rocky descending that gets very technical in places. It also crosses a lot of trails on exposed peat, so it is advisable not to ride this route in the wet as there are long sections of trail that can be very boggy.


    Start from the car park at the Upper Derwent Visitor Centre (GR172893). At exit of the car park turn right and follow the road to the roundabout behind the Visitor Centre then take the second exit, a gated road directly to the left of the entrance to the Visitor Centre. The road passes underneath the Derwent dam before bearing right and climbing to a junction (GR174894). Turn sharp left and follow lane, which soon becomes a wide gravel track. Keep following the wide track up the right hand side of the valley past the Derwent then Howden reservoirs. Continue climbing past the end of the Howden reservoir then after going through a gate descend a short way to a junction. Turn right to a bridge and ford, at the stream crossing (GR170963).


    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Cut Gate

  • Devil's Punchbowl

    A MTB ride around the Devils Punch Bowl and Hindhead. The route is about 21 miles long and starts (and ends) on Tilford road in Tilford Village Green. The route covers quite a lot of fireroad type terrain (wide paths). It lacks a bit of gnarl but a good XC fitness ride. 


  • Edinburgh MTB GPS route.

    This is a MTB GPS route from Edingburgh. It is 21 miles long and starts from Midlothian, Edinburgh, EH13.

  • Exmoor GPS MTB route in Somerset

    Exmoor GPS MTB route in Somerset. Long tehnical route

  • Exmoor MTB Route

    This Exmoore MTB GPS route is 23 miles long and starts in Minehead, Wootton Courtenay, Somerset, TA24

  • Fontwell South Downs Standard


    Based at Fontwell Park Race Course there is plenty of hard stand car parking and all the facilities riders may need, all with easy access from the A27.


    There is something for everyone here from South Downs Way cruising to single-track shredding to challenging climbing


    - See more at: http://www.ukcyclingevents.co.uk/events/wiggle-fallen-leaves-mtb-cyclocross-2015/#sthash.DVhYghPz.dpuf


    Route starts from: 


    Fontwell Racecourse
    Fontwell Ave 
    Fontwell
    West Sussex 
    BN18 0SX 


     


  • Fremington Edge

    Fremington Edge mountain bike GPS route is 22.5 miles long and is set in the North East corner of the Yorkshire Dales. It starts from Grinton Lodge YHA and circles Arkengarthdale. It contains a great mixture of riding from wide gravel tracks to fast and tight singletrack.


    Gets quite a mudfest in the winter though so check conditions first with both your enjoyment and trail environmental sustainability in mind. 


    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Fremington Edge

  • Greater Manchester MTB Route

    The Greater Manchester MTB GPS Route is 21 miles long. It starts from Edgworthm Bolton, BL7 0
  • Gyrn Moelfre - Long Version

    Gyrn Moelfre is a moutnain bike trail that takes in the Ceiriog Valley, Llangollen and the Berwyns in North Wales. This is the longer version of the route (see medium version here). It is also graded moderate for technical ability and 23.5 miles long and starts in Glyn Ceiriog, and travels through the hills to the south side of the Ceiriog Valley. Stunning scenery and great riding make this loop well worth it. There is lots of great descending on this route but make sure you take your climbing legs as there are plenty of long steep climbs.


    It starts from the car park by the community centre in Glyn Ceiriog (GR204379)


    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Gyrn Moelfre Long Version

  • Hayfield - Jacobs Ladder - Long Version

    Hayfield - Jacobs Ladder - Long Version mountain bike route is a tough 21.4 miles on the western edge of the Dark Peak. It includes some of the most challenging climbs in the Peak District but there are some fantastic descents as payback, including Jacob's Ladder. The ride starts from the Visitor Centre car park in Hayfield (GR035869).


    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Hayfield - Jacobs Ladder - Long Version

  • Hebden Bridge - Heptonstall Moor

    Hebden Bridge - Heptonstall Moor GPS mountain bike route is in Calderdale in West Yorkshire. It is graded moderate. This mountain bike route of 21 miles starts in Hebden Bridge. It climbs west out of the town on a circular route around Heptonstall Moor. The rocky trails are not particularly technical but there are some long, testing climbs and fast descents. This includes a 3.5 miles descent back to Hebden Bridge to finish the ride.


    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Hebden Bridge - Heptonstall Moor

  • Hebden Bridge - Heptonstall Moor (FlatTyres)

    Hebden Bridge - Heptonstall Moor GPS mountain bike route is in Calderdale in West Yorkshire. It is graded moderate. This mountain bike route of 21.8 miles starts in Hebden Bridge. It climbs west out of the town on a circular route around Heptonstall Moor. The rocky trails are not particularly technical but there are some long, testing climbs and fast descents. This includes a 3.5 miles descent back to Hebden Bridge to finish the ride.

    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Hebden Bridge - Heptonstall Moor

  • Hebden Bridge - Singletrack Route

    Hebden Bridge - Singletrack Route in Calderdale, West Yorkshire is a moderately graded 23.5 mountain bike ride. It starts in Hebden Bridge and follows a big loop to Todmorden and back. It contains some great riding, the first half of which takes in the moors and reservoirs of the area. The second half drops through Calderdale, past the outskirts of Todmorden, following the packhorse trails and singletrack that criss-crosses the valley on the way back to Hebden Bridge.


    Kicks off  from the car park in the centre of town, just over the bridge from St George's Square, near the A6033.


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    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Hebden Bridge - Singletrack Route

  • Hebden Bridge and the Bronte Way

    Hebden Bridge and the Bronte Way mountain bike route in Calderdale is graded Hard/ Difficult and is 21.4 miles long. It follows the trails across the moorlands north of Calderdale, in South Yorkshire.  After starting from Hebden Bridge the route goes through Oxenhope, then along the Bronte Way to Ogden Water, before returning.  It's a great ride with a mixture of terrain for the descents, which includes Pecket Well, and some big climbs that will get your legs burning. If you do this on a bad day bear in mind it can be a bit bleak on't moor, as there is nowhere to hide from the weather.


    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Hebden Bridge and the Bronte Way. 

  • Howgills, Bowderdale Beck, North Dales and South Lakes

    Howgill Fells, Bowderdale Beck, North Dales and South Lakes MTB GPX route.

  • Ladybower Loop - Medium

    Ladybower Loop - Medium mountin bike route is in the Dark Peak side of the Peak District. It is graded moderate and is 20.3 miles long.  It' s an easier option than the full 28 mile route. It still packs in some great Dark Peak riding with some fantastic descents and a lower percentage of tarmac. It is still not an easy option as the rocky terrain will wear out your arms as well as your legs. Start from the Upper Derwent Information Centre (GR172893).


    GPS log courtesy of Flattyres-MTB. A full route guide for this ride is available on their website here: Ladybower Loop - Medium

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