It’s bikes, tracks, skills, tricks and more at Dalby Forest, as 70 miles of cycling trails provide family fun and world-class thrills alike.
The Ellerburn Trail takes beginners, families and adaptive bike users into the heart of the forest on a specially designed route, but once you’ve got the biking bug there’s plenty more to get your wheels into in the North York Moors’ premier forest recreation area.
Pace Bike Park at Dixon’s Hollow has enough tracks, ramps and jumps to keep bike-tricksters happy for hours, while red and black trails set World Cup-standard challenges for hardcore mountain bikers.
There’s a hire service at Dalby Bike Barn – a National Centre of Excellence for CTC, the national cycling charity – where they’ll sort you out with anything from a tag-along to an electric bike.
A full day out awaits, on forest tracks and moorland trails, with plenty of picnic places on the way – or call in at the “Treetops” café in the Visitor Centre, perfect for a frothy coffee with a forest view.
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