The Pier to Pier Way is a new 13-mile cycle route linking Weston-super-Mare and Clevedon.
Plans to connect mountain bike trails through woodland areas into a single network have been backed by the Manx government.
Some trail news and updates from 2023; with new tracks and even some new venues...
Southampton City Council has awarded itself planning permission to enhance almost every part of the 150-acre complex, which was built before the Second World War. In June the authority said the scheme would go ahead if flood and drainage mitigation measures could be agreed with the Environment Agency. According to the council's website, the application has now been approved - subject to conditions.
The new mountain biking trails are now fully open - Summer 2023
A new Bike Park is planned for the midlands, near Grantham, in the Vale of Belvoir.
We've added more cycle friendly accommodation, points of interest and luggage transfer service.
A revised version of the (272 km/169 mile) North Downs Way Riders Route has just been released by Kent County Council
A planning application has been submitted for an 86km circular leisure route around the Peak District.
We're pleased to announce that the work has been completed and the park is ready for winter riding - whatever the weather.
Sadly, the Revolution bike park is closing at the end of 2022!
Follow in the chariot tracks of the trailblazing warrior queen Boudicca on this 228-mile (364km) bikepacking trail around Norfolk.
NEW waymarked trails offering: 10 km (family) Faerie Loop, 20km (intermediate) Aqueduct Loop and 30km (advanced) Lomond View.
After the popularity of the resources map we created for the King Alfred's Way cycle route, we've started work on some others including the new Cantii Way...
This newly created walking, mountain-biking and horse-riding trail takes advantage mostly of quiet lanes and public bridleways will eventually link the Granite Way with the Ruby Way.
Current developments at Dalby Forest include a new 500 metre section of the Red route
In case you somehow missed the news, Cycling UK has released its 5th long distance cycle route, which our very own Max Darkins of Rough Ride Guide, wrote the guidebook for.
Perry's Trail is a new off-road trail for intermediate riders and will be used as the backbone of the course that will host the mountain bike competition at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games this summer.
A 145-mile (234km) tour of Kent starting in the village of Wye, near Ashford.
After a long two-year process and several delays due to the pandemic, the recommendations for how to proceed with access reform in Wales have finally been published. The results are disappointing, but there's still more to do.
A small area of woodland, leased by the club to provide a range of jumps, drops and bermed trails to suit a range of riders looking to learn and improve their riding skills and a place to hang out with like-minded riders.
The Chisholm Trail is an new walking and cycling route, creating a mostly off-road and traffic-free route between Cambridge Station and the new Cambridge North Station.
The nation's forests in the north of England have suffered significant damage from storm Arwen, particularly in Northumberland, County Durham, Lancashire, and Cumbria.
After being closed for several years due to the development of a nearby wind farm, the Skyline Trail has been redesigned and it reopened in October 2021. And reports are that it is really rather good.
The first full hand built track, “Glenduro” has been finished.
The Leith Hill Greenway is a mostly traffic-free, fully accessible multi-user route between Box Hill and Leith Hill.
The Scottish Government and Sportscotland, in conjunction with Scottish Cycling, have announced the first nine projects to receive investment from the £8 million Cycling Facilities Fund.
With time running out on funding grant deadlines more signatures are needed before the funding deadlines expires.
A £7 million state-of-the-art hub is planned for Cornwall, which will include a road circuit and a BMX track.
Cycling UK has announced the launch of a new long-distance cycling route in Cornwall, called the West Kernow Way. A 150-mile loop of west Cornwall starting in Penzance, the route has reclaimed many lost ways, and is mostly off-road route, with quiet roads, coast and over 4200m of climbing!
Plans to provide more family-friendly cycling at QECP have been announced, with the project being given the go-ahead having secured funding from Sport England/British Cycling's Places to Ride fund. Construction is expected to start later this year and be completed in 2022.
With new additions from urban pump tracks to trail centres in Northern Ireland and GPX files for long distance rides.
Download our free PDF listing of places along the KAW route. Updated 02/05/2021
Planning permission for two new trails and a connecting trail get the go-ahead!
Hopefully a new Bike Park is opening in the Surrey Hills later this year at the old Ranmore Common BMX track.
Updated on 30th March, with parking at the start and a couple more places to stay over on the route
SUPER SWOOPER - a track full of berms from top to bottom, this mellow track is a perfect introduction to Dyfi Bike Park.
Wolds Bike Park is situated in the Lincolnshire Wolds, close to Horncastle.
Malvern police post pictures on Facebook of several trails with single strand barbed wire strewn across them at waist height.
£51,000 refurbishment of Countdown and Launchpad in partnership with Dean Trail Volunteers
The Bog of Doom now has stone flagging to provide a year-round route, with more work happening on North America trail too, it is all hoped to be finished later this month.
Long standing dirt jump site between Stourport-on-Severn and Kidderminster seeks support
To create a park that caters for all types of bikes and riders as well as space for people to use skateboards and scooters, and parkour.
Cycling UK have created an excellent interactive map, where you can highlight specific trails you'd like to try and get upgraded t allow cycling on
Lovely weather combined with the lockdown has resulted in many families getting out on their bikes; some perhaps for the first time ever. We thought therefore, it might be helpful to recommend a few top destinations for family bike riding around the UK.
A new network of four trails across Cornwall for cyclists, horse riders and walkers have been backed by councillors.