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Infographic: Top 10 Mountain Bike Trails in the UK

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If you are an adventure seeker and are looking for something adventurous, then cycling is one such aspect which would accomplish your hunt for venture. Yes! That’s true. Take a bike and set out to trek mountains and hills to get some of the most incredible vistas of the nature. Being in the UK you could find various mountain ranges where you could take pleasure of hiking. Further if you are really interested then take a look at the following infographic which depicts about top 10 mountain bike trail destinations in the UK including Nan Bield Pass in lake District, RhydDdu in Wales, Torridon in Scotland, Cut Gate Path in Peak District, LairigGhru in Scotland, Ullswater in Lake District, Stob Ban in Scotland, Quantocks in Somerset, Exmoor in Somerset and Helvellyn& Sticks Pass in Lake District.

The design starts with an engaging illustration in the header, showing someone biking out in nature. What follows is a bit less exciting as it primarily relies on text, and the photos are pretty small so it can be hard to pick out the fun details of each route.

It’s generally best to pick either illustration or photography. Photography does seem like a sensible choice here, and in that case it would be best to pick one particularly scenic route for the header image, and expand the space allotted for each subsequent photo. It’s also helpful to break text up into smaller chunks (like bullet points) so viewers don’t skip over the multiple sentences and paragraphs.

In all I’d give this infographic a D because the text is really the main means of gathering information. Remember to use the visuals to your advantage.

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