There's more to mountain biking at Cannock than just Follow The Dog and Monkey. This Cannock Chase route reveals almost all of it!
This one is BIG Dark Peak route. But there’s a very long section of cycle path that will get the average up. Nevertheless, it needs starting early!
This route has a classic Dark Peak feel to it that belies its proximity to the sprawling metropolis of Greater Manchester. Distance: 25km (16 miles).
One of England's great rides: start at Patterdale, climb the Helvellyn ridge then descend Sticks Pass
This classic Lakeland pass is a rite of passage for every British mountain biker.
Ride the Wasdale, Lake District route from the March issue of mbr magazine.
Fancy tackling Warnscale Pass - one of the Lake District's toughest descents? Just download our free route here, from the December 2012 issue.
Check out this great mountain bike route taking in Ullswater and Boredale Hause in the Lake District
Download the .gpx file for Nan Bield, one of the Lake District's best mountain bike routes.
Don’t underestimate the severity of this Elan Valley route; it has more ups and downs than the Welsh rugby team and hass plenty of technical interest too.
The riding is enthralling on this Fort William route — mainly rocky with plenty of technical interest — and the views are about as good as you’ll ever get.
MBR's series on Britain's Best Singletrack hits Stob Bàn in the Highlands. Download the GPS route here
The Annat route contains the best bit of singletrack I’ve ever ridden, surrounded by scenery that’s nothing short of mind-blowing!
Download the GPS route for Edinburgh route from our City Limits feature in the July 2012 issue.
West Highland Way and Dumgoyne route - big mountain riding is just a dry stone's throw from the city centre of Glasgow.
A great natural ride near the trail centres of Glentress and Innerleithen — download it here
Below the pass at Lairig Ghru is a great piece of singletrack that's accessible to riders of all abilities.
Of all the top biking areas in Scotland – and there are a few – Ballater and its surroundings are the hidden gems.
A short hop from Glasgow, this accessible pinnacle is an absolute blast.
It takes a lot to lure a Lake District local away from his fells. But Torridon's call of the wild proved too strong for Tristan Tinn.