There must be room for everyone who enjoys visiting forests and the open countryside, whether for action on wheels or on two feet for recreational enjoyment. We therefore share with you a code of conduct.
In the Kingdom of Cycling, there must be room for everyone who enjoys visiting forests and the open countryside, whether on wheels, on two feet or four paws, or whether for action sport or recreational enjoyment. We therefore share with you a code of conduct, called the “MTB Natural Law”, jointly developed by Danish sports and nature associations.
MTB Natural Law
1. Ride where permitted
2. Ride responsibly
3. Show consideration
The Mountain Bikers' Natural Law has been developed by the Danish Nature Agency, the Danish Outdoor Council, the Sports Confederation of Denmark (DIF), the Danish Society for Nature Conservation, the Danish Orienteering Federation, the Danish Cyclist Union (DCU) and the Danish Gymnastics and Sports Association (DGI). The Mountain Bikers' Natural Law is a joint code of conduct campaign for MTB riders, which aims to ensure good relations between riders, nature and the other guests of the forests.