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Active Maps Limited
This Bike Maps website is run by Active Maps Limited whose speciality is Specific Purpose Mapping. Active maps produce the Wild Boar Mountain Bike Map Series and can create custom cycling & leisure maps for any interested organisations.
The Good Mountain Biking Guide England & Wales
There is so many places to go mountain biking and so much variety that it is almost impossible to get your head round what and where to go! Great Mountain Biking addresses this issue detailing hundreds of areas throughout England & Wales to go mountain biking. A great publication that should be a constant companion of new or seasoned mountain bikers that are actively looking for places to explore - or are just in a new part of the country on business and pleasure with an hour or two of free time!
You can buy it here
Allgood Cycling. Maccesfield Mountain Biking : Guided Rides
Guided mountain bike rides around Macclesfield Forest & the Peak District by MIAS Qualified
Mountain Bike Instructor. Half, full or two day rides. All standards catered for.
Cressbrook Multimedia's Peak District Information website
Info on activities, holiday accommodation etc for visitors to Peak District.
Nice Nosh - cafe / open-air refreshments in Macclesfield Forest
When in Macclesfield Forest (weekends & bank holidays) & you need refuelling Nice Nosh is the place to be. Hot and cold food and drink. The café-style open air refreshment van has a wide range of food, from vegan and gluten-free to bacon butty, home-made cake (lemon drizzle, fruit loaf, banana, parkin) Povey's oatakes, chcikpea patties.... Most of the menu has the Peak District Cuisine mark - using local produce to create new, innovative or traditional menus.
Located at the back of the visitor centre - & is marked on our Macclesfield Forest mtb map
Great mountain bike magazine
The story of Bollington
A website with information on outdoor activities around Macclesfield
National Cycle Collection
A very interesting journey through the lanes of cycle history and see bicycles from 1819, such as the Hobby Horse, Boneshakers and Penny Farthings, up to the most modern Carbon Fibre machines of today. Includes road, racing and off road bikes. Based in Llandrindod Wells, the Collection houses hundreds of cycles in period settings. It also displays rare components and accessories.