3 Mountain Biking Routes You Should Definitely try This Spring

Quantock Hills, Somerset

A vast, beautiful landscape stretching from a stunning Jurassic coastline into luscious green and heath landscape, the Quantock hills is one of the UKs most precious and beloved places of natural beauty, and it also makes a great place for some exciting electric mountain biking. The diverse mixture of terrain, beaming with history and culture is what makes the Quantock hills so special. Choose from a variety of mountain biking routes ranging in difficulty from easy to severe.

Sherwood Pines, Nottinghamshire

Set within the famous Sherwood Forest, the Sherwood Pines Forest Park is an ideal setting for some spring time electric mountain biking. Whether you’re an amateur looking to improve your skill set or an experienced mountain biker after a challenge, the park is home to a range of trails, each offering a different style of adventure. The Forest also offers a bike park where you can put your electric mountain bike to the test on a range of dirt jumps, rock drops and valleys. Each terrain is marked according to its degree of difficulty, so you can choose the best course for your skill level and your bike.

The Sherwood Pines Forest Park also makes for a fantastic family day out too, the ‘family cycle route’ and the ‘adventure cycle trail’ both offer picturesque views which you and your family can enjoy as you cycle at a more leisurely pace. The family routes are also decorated with picnic benches and quiet resting spots for when you need a break.

Ullswater, Lake District

The second largest lake in the Lake District: Ullswater’s surrounding landscape provides an abundance of fun off road tracks for mountain bikers and cyclists to enjoy. The Ullswater mountain biking tracks are often quiet and virtually tourist free. Following the route around the lake includes some tough and strenuous uphill journeys, after which you will be rewarded with exhilarating downhill fun, ideal for adrenaline seeking electric mountain bikers.