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The Sheffield Moors Partnership has brought together all the bodies who manage moorland on the fringes of Sheffield. The National Trust, RSPB, Peak District National Park Authority, Sheffield Wildlife Trust and others have joined forces to see how much they can synchronise their management policies across some of the most popular and important moorland in the country. Continue reading
After last years successful work on the Devils Elbow Bridleway on Blacka, the Wildlife Trust has some more bits of work planned to improve a couple of spots of drainage and fill in a couple of sections that got missed out or have work away since the initial work.
With light nights slowly drifting away from us; but with still enough to enjoy a good ride out into the Peak, it seemed like a good time for our annual social ride.So next Thursday the 5th of July we will be heading out…
Sheffield continues to stake its claim to be the (un)official outdoors capital of the country and helping with that is the Cliffhanger Festival. Now in its fifth incarnation it has continued to realise that mountain bikers and cyclists make up a big part of the outdoors community and is offering its biggest bike programme so far.
While the calendars might be saying mid June, trail conditions can seem a bit mid January at the moment which means that our bike parts seem to have taken a bit of a hammering at the moment. If you’re a bit of a lazy mechanic or don’t want to faff around posting your forks off, there is now another option in Sheffield: mhollandserving.
Not only is “Strength in Numbers”, the eagerly awaited new mountain bike film from Anthill Films, the guys behind The Collective series of films, Follow Me and From the Inside Out; but it accurately captures what make Ride Sheffield work well. The more mountain bikers we represent, the stronger we are….
We have had a bit of a lull of late on the digging front, but we are going to try to get a few more regular dig days going over the next few months…..
A womens only ride is something we have been trying to do for quite a while, but always struggle to find the right date that suited all. But finally with the longer and warmer evenings we finally have a date for you….
On Thursday the 14th of June you need to be getting yourself down to the Hunters Bar roundabout entrance to Endcliffe Park for 6:30pm. The ride is being led by Sue Duke and stilettos on Wheels Emma Peasland. Continue reading