All of these sites rely on the enthusiasm, passion and hard work of the Club Committees and volunteers. Your day passes and/or annual membership fees cover the cost of managing and developing these sites, safeguarding the opportunities for mountain biking for now and into the future.
They are all keen to hear from anyone looking to get involved and support their local trails, so feel free to get in touch and keep an eye on the sites' websites, Facebook pages and Twitter accounts to find out how you can get involved.
Built and managed by Tidworth Freeride Club, the bike park has been a 'proving ground' for the local downhill and freeride biking community for nearly 10 years.
Aston Hill 
Making the most of the elevation of the Chiltern Hills, Aston Hill has for a long time been one of the South of England’s premiere mountain bike destinations.
Rogate Downhill 
Rogate Downhill has a choice of trails to suit downhillers of all ages and abilities. With plenty of jumps, drops and features to make for a great day's riding.
There's a hidden gem in Tilgate Woods- the locals have built a series of short sharp runs with something for everyone. Plenty of jumps, drops and features make these trails popular with riders of all ages and abilities.
Check out the Tilgate Facebook  page for more information.
If you’re riding for the day you can purchase a day pass for £4 online or from the Committee Members & Forestry Commission Rangers for £5 per day. If you’re a regular visitor to Ride Tilgate, an annual pass offers great value for money.