Peak District Cycling
Discover cycling in the Peak District National Park. From family trails to a challenging climb, beautiful summer scenery, to winter mud and grime. From road warrior or mountain bike, to seasoned pro or a child on a trike. Learn what to take and where to go, whether clocking up the miles, or going slow.
Discover route ideas for Peak District cycling, such as the railway trails, including the Monsal, Manifold, High Peak and Tissington Trails, and challenging hill climbs such as the Cat & Fiddle and the Brickworks. Read detailed Peak District cycling route descriptions, maps, photographs and action videos of rides and events that have taken place.
Many of the rides featured are circular loops, giving you an opportunity to view the best scenery the Peak District has to offer, such as the Edale Valley and Winnats Pass, the Brickworks, (as recently included in the Tour of Britain) and the Goyt Valley, and one of my favourite loops, taking in the remains of Throwley Old Hall.
Visit the blog for information about cycling events, including the Tour of Britain, the Monsal Hill Climb, L’Eroica Britannia and the Buxton Mountain Time Trial, including all the latest news about Peak District Cycling. View photographs in our event coverage featuring some of the biggest names in cycling, including Sir Bradley Wiggins, Mark Cavendish and Dame Sarah Storey.
The blog includes tips and advice, especially suited to beginners trying Peak District cycling for the first time. There is information about what sort of bike is suitable, as well as what you should consider taking with you when you venture on to the trails and roads.
Macclesfield Supacross is an annual cyclocross race held on South Park in Macclesfield, organised by Macclesfield Wheelers. It is the last part of a series of races that make up the the North West Cyclocross League […]
The National Hill Climb Championships took part on Bank Road in Matlock this year. Bank Road was an excellent location to host the event, although the weather was dull the conditions were good for hill climbing. […]
Things happen when you are out and about on a bicycle, things that don’t happen in any other aspect of your life. Things that are unique and bizarre, as you use pedal power to propel yourself up the steepest inclines or roll down the hills. […]
The 2016 hill climb takes place on Bank Road, Matlock on the 30th October. Some of the competitors who took part in the Monsal Hill Climb this year such as Joe Clarke, Adam Kenway and Lou Bates are joined by many big names in the hill climbing scene. […]
I’ve spent a lot of time in the Goyt Valley, it is a great place for cycling if you are looking for a challenge. It offers some of the best scenery in the Peak District, and is easily linked up with a lot of other routes in the local area to extend your adventures. […]
The Peak District is an inspiring place for many cyclists, and is also home to some unique businesses that cater for you when you are out on the bike. One of these, based on the edge of the Peak District is Velotastic, […]
Just like last year, you could be forgiven for thinking we were in the middle of summer for the 2016 Monsal Hill Climb. Conditions were excellent for some fast times and we were not disappointed. […]
Just because we are heading towards Autumn, doesn’t mean that the events and competitions in the Peak District come to an end. Below you can discover some of the highlights of what is going on around the Peak District over the next few weeks. […]
Stage 3 of the 2016 edition of the Tour of Britain was based in Cheshire East. The stage started in Congleton, before looping around to Tatton Park, where the race was due to to finish later in the day, on a second visit. […]