Guided mountain biking on the North Yorkshire Moors
A North Yorkshire holiday is even better with a day or two’s guided mountain biking. Whether you’re a new or experienced rider the North York Moors has riding that’ll make you want to return.
Whatever level you’re at, a guided day is the best way to experience great riding & scenery.
When you book, we’ll contact you to ask about fitness & skill levels (you might want to book a skills day too) and the route will fit your group as much as possible. The Moors have over 500 miles of bridleways & routes suitable for a range of rider skill & fitness.
Why would you want a guide? Well if you don’t know the area, why miss out on the best trails? A GPS is great but it doesn’t tell you how rideable & fun the trails are! If you’re not sure about your bike, the checklist will give you an idea of what’s suitable. Feel free to get in touch for advice
Some prices have gone up for 2024, this is the 1st time in a good few years. However if you’re booking a group, weekday prices have come down slightly.
|Sat or Sun
|Group of 3 to 8
*total price for 2 people
Book a 1:1, 1:2 or Group Guided Day
Family guided days
For families that mountain bike, or maybe you have bikes but aren’t sure where you can use them outside of trails centres. No need to be super fit, just let us know the abilities of the group & we’ll plan a great day out! Family days are great value & can be booked whenever there’s a day free, just call or email for a date & price. Prices are great value with no catches. There will be a booking form up shortly as soon as it’s ready!
A guide to different skill & ability levels
- Beginner’s level – A great intro to mountain biking. Routes that are rideable with ‘normal’ fitness & won’t require great technical bike skills, although we hope you’ll pick some up through the day. Before the ride you’ll get some basic instruction in order to stay safe & enjoy the ride
- Intermediate – if you’re happy on singletrack & rougher terrain this one’s for you. These rides are around about 20 miles depending on the amount of climbing & the terrain. If you do a lot of road miles remember that off-road miles are a bit harder going. So 20 off road miles are worth about 35 to 45 miles on the road (very aproximate!)
- Advanced – these rides are 20 miles minimum & take in more technical terrain & steeper rougher downhills. Lots of climbing buys lots of downhill! Different to trail centre trails, if you’ve not ridden wild trails you’ve missed out!