Yorkshire Dales, the land of caves and waterfalls. Famed for its flat-topped Three Peaks, and idyllic limestone pavements, it is way too often overlooked by…
With barely any climbing and just 11km long, this Clwydian Hills route looks a pushover. But the reality is a bite-size chunk of genuinely great…
Distance: 35km (22 miles). There’s something magical about climbing up into high mountains, and they don’t get much higher this Brecon Beacons route.
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…
This Gower route is stuffed with a great network of trails — many of which offer superb views over the coast.
One of our favourite trails of any year. A true mountain epic. Here is the downloadable GPS file of the Snowdon Ranger route.
Reach the top of Wales’ highest peak, and then descend along Rhyd Ddu for a mountain bike experience you'll never forget
It doesn't matter how bad the conditions are, getting out on the trails always trumps the sofa or indoor trainer - here are five routes…
The riding is enthralling on this Fort William route — mainly rocky with plenty of technical interest — and the views are about as good…
Skye is one of the best places to ride in the UK, so get up to Scotland and sample our route from the June issue.
MBR's series on Britain's Best Singletrack hits Stob Bàn in the Highlands. Download the GPS route here
This Kinlochleven route has the essence of a wild, natural trail. Contains the technical, challenging and scenic Highlands descent that is the Ciaran Path.
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.
Want a great route on the Isle of Arran? Check out our GPS file here.
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.
North Third might seem to suffer in the shadow of the Trossachs and Arrochar Alps, but it’s a sublime offering even so.
Of all the top biking areas in Scotland – and there are a few – Ballater and its surroundings are the hidden gems.