If you ride the Peak District and you have not yet come across the Keeper of the Peak then let us introduce you. It's a neat crowdsourced ( the modern term for 'community driven') Twitter service. After a ride, riders send in details of where they’ve been and what kind of condition the path was in, then, The Keeper of the Peak share it with everyone else. Simple!
So why? Well, two reasons 1) the service aims to minimise the impact mountain bikes have on the fragile bits of the peak and 2) Riders can use the tweets to plan their rides too.
There are over 1700 like-minded Keepers of the Peak and growing every day.
Check them out and make sure you follow them below: