The UK is world-renowned for its trail centres and so we’ve put together this brief look at five reasons why the UK is a world leader in trail centres.
Over the past fifteen years mountain biking has experienced rapid growth in popularity. The market has expanded to include a more diverse array of people, but on the whole the development has focussed on intermediate to advanced rider groups. The way forward for the development of mountain biking is to become more encompassing of all potential cyclists, to focus on making the sport more accessible to an even wider range of people. The key to this development is the humble Green Trail.
Here are five ways in which mountain biking can bring real benefits to local communities.
As a flexible company we can provide a bespoke solution to fit your requirements, designing a trail that will meet your deadline and budget. We are able to provide a very quick project turnaround from feasibility and design through construction to project completion. Below are five examples of mountain bike trail and pumptrack projects that […]
“Barry Sidings Pumptrack has reduced antisocial behaviour in the community by 70%” – PC Nigel Bird, South Wales Police. Pumptracks are often overlooked when brainstorming ideas for a project that really benefits the local community. We wanted to put this post together to highlight some of the key social benefits that installing a pumptrack can have within a community.
Cwmcarn's legendary Y Mynydd downhill track has just received a facelift, bringing this classic race track up to a contemporary standard in preparation for the upcoming HSBC UK National Downhill Series.