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The Good Mountain Bike Guide - win a copy today

The Good Mountain Bike Guide - win a copy today

Knowing where to ride is important if you’re getting into mountain biking, and that’s precisely the aim behind the newly launch Good Mountain Biking Guide.

It lists over 500 places to go mountain biking in England and Wales, with comprehensive guide information on how to get to the trails and where to stay.All the popular ‘must do’ destinations are covered such as The Peak District, Lake District, The Dales, North and South Downs, Brecon Beacons through to many more areas that are not so well known.

Win a copy today

We’ve got five copies of this new guidebook to give away today. All you have to do is answer the question below:

Tell us where you favourite place to ride is?

Answers in the comments box below please.

We’ll pick a winner Tuesday 16th at 5pm.

  1. Steven Smith 6

    I love the Quantocks – endless fun to be had!

  2. Rob Dean

    Dark Peak, Hope Valley area around Castleton & Hope

  3. Ironlung

    Favourite is probably Penmachno, just love the openness

  4. coynie

    Gisburn Forest as its near my home

  5. Starbuck

    Riding on the South Downs. Great mixture of riding, amazing scenery and different every time. I love it mainly for getting me back into riding off road after only riding for communting. I forgot how much fun riding off road can be.

  6. skullthaw

    dark peak, cannock and caingorms area

  7. LuBee

    Anywhere is sunny Shropshire. My particular favourite is the old railway track that follows the River Severn between Coalport and Bridgnorth, great for a leisurely morning ride

  8. parf

    locally, wellow near bath but if i had the time and the money the isle of harris in the outer hebrides!

  9. snowblind

    Chilton Hills (where i grew up), Wyre forest (near ish where i am now) & cannock….and everywhere else i can ride a bike. 😀

  10. toab

    The woods above the river around Reading – not the best trails but local and familiar – plus most of then lead to my Nan’s house (Nan = tea + cake :)

  11. David Arthur

    Thanks for all your great replies, interesting to see such a spread of areas and your reasons you like them so much.

    We’ve put all the names in the hat, and the five lucky winners are:

    Steven Smith 6

    Congratulations! If you can email we’ll arrange delivery of your prize

  12. toab

    Er, tried to email and it keeps getting bounced back – tried sending from two different addresses and everything :(


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