The government is asking people to stay at home as much as possible. If you do visit Exmoor, please remember that Social distancing measures continue to apply - please observe these at all times for your safety and the safety of communities, businesses and staff working in the National Park.
STAY ALERT, CONTROL THE VIRUS, SAVE LIVES.
Exmoor is recognised as one of the best and most challenging off-road cycling destinations in the UK. The combination of a beautiful and varied landscape and an excellent network of bridleways, lanes and other permitted tracks provide ample opportunity for cyclists to enjoy some fantastic rides.
Ride only on permitted tracks, i.e. bridleways, restricted byways and permitted routes clearly identified on the ground or on up-to-date Ordnance Survey maps. For more information visit our 'Out and About Essentials' pages.
Give way to walkers and horses; control your speed and avoid bunching when travelling in large groups.
Announce your presence when approaching horses and walkers from the rear, to avoid startling them, ideally with a bell as it is more friendly and less startling than a shout!
Hard breaking and skidding can lead to soil erosion, particularly on the delicate moorland soils, so please brake sensibly and avoid excessively worn routes, especially during wet weather
Follow the Countryside Code
Exmoor has played host to both downhill and cross-country events, as well as tracks for adventure racing.
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