The Lakeland 200 is a 200km loop around The Lake District national park. The route takes in some amazing trails and scenery.
We revisit this iconic Lakeland route but this time we mix classic Walna Scar Road with some detours from the back of an envelope...
Flowing singletrack has never been a calling card of the Lake District, which is perhaps why this little loop has become such a firm favourite…
Stake Pass is brutal, intimidating, and downright hard, Stake Pass is also rewarding, fun to ride (when you’re not pushing) and achingly beautiful.
Download the free GPS route for this all-weather classic near Ambleside
Ride the Ambleside route from the March issue of mbr magazine
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.
“It’s been a tough time through the autumn and winter so we’re glad to be getting back to normal.”
The Yorkshire Dales and the Lake Distract grew closer in 2016, which means these five rides are now protected by National Park status.
Here's an all-weather route in the Lakes that you may not have heard of - Claife Heights on the west side of Lake Windermere.
Grizedale, in the Lakes, is more than just a great trail centre: go off-piste and there's an amazing web of natural singletrack you can work…