Check out recent news, developments and blogs from the Dirt Factory team.


Stockport Bike Library

Dirt Factory is working in partnership with TfGM and offering local people the opportunity to access cycling by borrowing bikes. Find out more and how to book here.

London Cycle Show 2022

For the first time in ten years the Cycle show returned to the Alexandra Palace, and we were invited. Find out what went on.

3 Weeks of Pump Track’n

During the Easter holidays the Dirt Factory modular pump track was set up in Heaton Park, Manchester, for 3 weeks for all to use. Read on and check out some of the pictures.

Helping More People to Cycle

The Big Bike Revival is all about helping everyone and anyone to begin or return to cycling through a programme of FREE activities and services, delivered by Dirt Factory and likeminded organisations. Learn more.

Free Group Rides and Bike Repair Workshops

Book onto one of our free rides and workshop sessions before they all go. Find out whats involved and how to book here.

Dirt Factory and Trail Anywhere Partnership

Dirt Factory is excited to officially announce a partnership with Trail Anywhere. Read more about the plans afoot and let us know what portable features you would like to see in the comments.

Enduro World Series, Scotland

The Dirt Factory Air Bag crew were invited to the EWS finale in Scotland to provide some airtime action. The air bag was sponsored by Dyedbro, who had organised Matt Jones and Innes Graham to show off some skills.

Malverns Classic 21

If you're looking for an action packed weekend on bikes, look no further than the Malverns Classic. Check out our blog from this years event here.

Dr. Bikes (Free)

Free bike checks and minor repairs for any bike in need of some attention to help get you riding again.

Bike Shop Bonanza

After the Dirt Factory pop up coming to a quicker than expected end it was time for the team to come up with innovative ideas to reuse some of the pop up materials elsewhere. What better way than to open a Dirt Factory bike shop in collaboration with Farmer John's mountain bike park in Marple.