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David Moxon CTC National Council National Countryside Access Forum Rights of Way Some cycling statistics Number of mountain bikes at time of 1968 Countryside Act: zero Number of mountain bikes now: around 15 million About three quarter of bikes sold are designed for offroad use

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david moxon ctc national council national countryside access forum
David Moxon

CTC National Council

National Countryside Access Forum

Rights of Way
some cycling statistics
Some cycling statistics
  • Number of mountain bikes at time of 1968 Countryside Act: zero
  • Number of mountain bikes now: around 15 million
  • About three quarter of bikes sold are designed for offroad use
rights of way kilometres
Rights of way - kilometres
  • Footpaths 80%
  • Bridleways 18%
  • Byways 2%
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Proposed gradings

Green: Easy, suitable for young families and all

types of bike. Reasonably firm tracks and gentle

gradients

Blue: Straightforward – may have moderate hills

and loose surfaces but no major challenges. May

be narrow.

Red: Moderate – may be rough, muddy or sandy.

Sometimes hilly

Black: Difficult – surfaces may include rocks, roots, deep

mud, streams etc. Hills may be steep. For experienced

offroad cyclists

where now
Where now?
  • Press for legal reform – Scottish precedent
  • Do what we can within existing framework
  • Work with others
  • Try for universal grading scheme
  • Strengthen local networks
  • Right to Ride and Local Access Forums to press for improvements at local level
  • Ncaf 22/9