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Aston Hill Bike Park, Buckinghamshire

Aston Hill Bike Park is a mountain bike venue situated just outside Wendover in the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Beauty. The park features five graded downhill (DH) runs, a 4X track and a two-part cross-country (XC) loop: it is a great venue for riders of all ages and abilities with something to challenge everyone, but is more suited to competent riders during the winter months.

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Off-road cycling project manager recognised by the Forestry Commission

The man leading the 1 South West off road cycling project has been recognised by the Forestry Commission for his contribution to recreation in England.

Paul Hawkins was given an award by the Forestry Commission for having made the most significant contribution to recreation in England in the last 12 months.

Paul has led the 1 South West project from the start and, to date, the project has opened a range of trails at Moors Valley, Haldon Forest Park, Forest of Dean, and two South West Lakes Trust sites.

New trails are also under construction in Bristol, and plans are progressing in Cornwall and Plymouth.

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Surrey Hills

The Surrey Hills offer a fantastic mix of trails for all mountain biking styles. The favored locations tend be between Shamley Green laying at the western end of the hills just 4 miles SSE of Guildford, through to the east at South Holmwood located a few miles to south of Dorking.

Grafham Water

Grafham Water Park is set in 2,400 acres of Cambridgeshire countryside with a 10 mile circular cycle route and is ideal for family days out.

With three main car parks, Grafham Water Park is accessible all year round (Except for Christmas Day) with a visitor centre and cafe. Cyclists can combine their ride with a spot of bird watching and even trout or coarse fishing!

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