bikes and getting down and dirty,,,,,fantastic
scenery,,,,,,mmmm, well worth looking into!!
The following text is taken directly from the TRF website.
Trail Riding is unfairly misunderstood by many people and
wrongly associated with illegal use of motorcycles in the countryside. These
people simply won't take the time to find out what trail riding is. They are
quick to complain about something they do not understand.
TRAIL RIDING IS LEGAL
TRAIL RIDING IS LEGITIMATE
The Trail Riders Fellowship is the only body
representing trail riders that is recognised by Government and Local Authorities
as being the Authoritative and Responsible face of Trail Riding.
Our policies revolve around Sustainable and responsible use of
both surfaced and unsurfaced roads across England and Wales for recreational
enjoyment - exactly as many other countryside user groups do. Our members do not ride on illegal
routes E.g. Footpaths and Bridleways. Our members do not ride inconsiderately
and do not wish to be involved in or cause confrontation with other countryside
users.If you are even slightly interested, have a look at their website and get in touch with your local group.