The public’s views are being sought by the National Park as it prepares to create a cycling code of conduct
Dartmoor National Park Authority says that it wants to develop a basic set of principles for both on and off road riding in the 368 sq. miles of moorland in south Devon.
As detailed in the Dartmoor Commons Act 1985, cycling on open moorland or common land is prohibited unless it is on one of the 350 kilometres of bridleways or byways. There is also a network of designated cycle routes in the National Park.
Consultation on responsibility
An increase in cycling in the area has prompted the consultation to ensure that cyclists ride responsibility where they are allowed to, leave gates as they find them, protect the environment and ensure that the National Park remains a living and working landscape.
All comments on the new guidance must be submitted to email@example.com no later than October 31.
Selection of images from Saturday's Cycling Weekly Dartmoor Demon sportive, by Chris Catchpole
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