This one’s ‘out there’ even by Scottish standards, with this North Harris route making up some of the most westerly ground in Britain.
This Cadair Idris route is a great mountain-top outing which for the majority of the ascent/descent isn’t too technical but does require some proper effort.
This Houndkirk and Stanage route takes you to some classic viewpoints, while avoiding too much mud, making this a great year-round route.
This Tarr Steps route contains a medieval stone North Shore section, with the story going that the Devil himself has sunbathing rights on the slabs.
This Grim’s Ditch route is probably no secret to the riders living in this part of the world, but it almost certainly will be to those from further afield.
The Dentures route circuit has plenty of high-speed action, though the drop from Glatting to Haughton is perhaps our favourite. Okay, definitely!
What Sandy doesn’t know about riding in Shropshire probably isn’t worth knowing. This Eastridge Stiperstones route will take a good few hours!
A relatively short Berwyns route contains some superb riding with three good technical descents on rocky terrain that allows it to be ridden in all weather.
Sarn Helen is not a mountain. It's not a forest. It's not a trail centre. Sarn Helen is a piece of ancient history. It's a ruin you can ride.
Here it is: arguably England's finest trail, for you to download completely free
Looking for a great Cardiff mountain bike route with the best riding in and around Cardiff — here's the GPS download of one of our favourites.
Brighton is much more than just the original tourist destination — it has the best of the South Downs, the rolling hills cradling the town to north and east and…
Download the free GPS route for this cracking all-day epic.
Download the GPS route from our City Limits feature in the May 2012 issue
In the December issue we counted down our favourite trails of 2011. Here are the downloadable GPS files so you can enjoy them too
MBR gets smitten by the trails of north-west Scotland
Download the free GPS route for this all-weather classic near Ambleside
Download the GPS route from our Exe Factor feature in the August 2010 issue.
Ride the Ambleside route from the March issue of mbr magazine
A tough climb followed by an equally gnarly descent makes this one of the Lakes' most rewarding challenges.