Get the most from your time in the Peak District on a bespoke guided ride. Whether you like to ride smooth flowing routes gliding and swerving through the trees, or giving yourself a proper bruising epic careering down gnarly boulder-strewn tracks: the Peak District has many a gem on offer to everyone of all experience levels. With a local qualified mountain bike leader you can be sure to sample the best that this area has to offer whilst at the same time, if you choose, learning some new skills too.
Location: Peak District
From £160 per day for groups numbering up to 6 or £120 for half a day
- Local bike hire available* (from around £30 per day – we can arrange this in advance on request)
- Low leader:client ratios
- Bike set up
- Flexible itinerary that can include a look at riding styles/techniques
- Flexible dates / locations catered for
*Price does not include any bike hire costs where required.
Leader/client ratio: 1:6
More on mountain biking in the Peak District …
If you search for guide books for mountain biking in the UK you’ll typically find that one guide book covers the whole of Wales and one guide book covers the whole of the Lake District … But the Peak District has so much riding on offer it needs TWO guide books to cover it. In addition, neighbouring city of Sheffield offers three dedicated bike trails with more to come.
In the White Peak the trails offer an abundance of near-perfect cross country rides: the hills are never too steep or high and the descents are mostly kind (with some noteworthy exceptions). The Dark Peak offers thrills for riders looking specifically for more of a challenge, with plenty of long rocky gritstone infamous descents such as Potato Gully, the Devil’s Elbow and the Beast, to name but a few, that will really test your nerve and skills in equal measure.
Think about what you want to get from a day out mountain biking with us and we’ll come back to you with some options that are perfect for you.