Steve Peat joined around 100 Sheffield riders last night to discuss the latest developments to trails in and around the city.
The meeting, hosted by Ride Sheffield, gave the local riding community an update on developments including news of various new XC loops, pump tracks and trails access, but perhaps more excitingly; a lift assisted downhill run based at the city’s ski slope.
“This kind of thing is massive for Sheffield,” said former World Champion Peat. “I’ve been riding for a long time in Sheffield in the Peak and up in Wharncliffe and Greno woods, but things have never been this tightly organised, Continue reading
It’s that time of year again where we like to get everyone together and let them know what we have been up to since the last social and tell you what is going on with Mountain Biking in Sheffield and what is going to be planned for the coming year. It is also a good chance to let us know what you would like us to be doing too. Continue reading
Dates have been announced for the UK cinema tour of “From the Inside Out”, the eagerly awaited collaboration Anthill Films (the guys behind The Collective series of films) and The Coastal Crew.
Drawing inspiration from many previous films, riders and locations, with some of the locations now their backyard and the riders firm friends, “From the Inside Out” chronicles these riders journey to the locations they’ve always wanted to ride and expresses the lines and styles which have influenced them over the years. Continue reading
Welcome to box fresh shiny new Ride Sheffield website!
Following an unplanned leave of absence, we’re back up and running with a new home, a new address and a new site that will be maintained and updated locally to help you stay up to date with all the goings on from your favourite local mtb trail advocacy group.
Heigh ho, heigh ho, it’s off to work we go……
A Saturday morning in October and four mountain bikers are in their natural environment, Blackamoor’s superb Devil’s Elbow, doing the most unnatural things. Nothing illegal mind, it’s just that where they’d normally be heading downhill, for once they’re reduced to labouring uphill pushing a wheelbarrow, a downright evil way to spend a sunny Saturday. Continue reading