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Keith Bradbury

Keith Bradbury Biography

Originally hailing from Sunderland, Keith Bradbury's early interest was in white water and sea canoeing. After spells of trekking in Nepal and canoe guiding in France, a teaching job in Kendal dictated that the Lake District would be his next playground. Walking and rock climbing then became his new passions, until a chance introduction to caving led to a rekindled love affair with the Yorkshire Dales and his heart was lost forever!

The last 20 years have been a delightful exploration of those secret, hidden places, either underground with helmet and lamp, or above, on his (t)rusty mountain bike. Keith is a member of the Outdoor Writers and Photographers Guild and prides himself on an unrivalled knowledge of the bridleways of the Lake District and the Northern Dales.

 

Title by Keith Bradbury

Cycling the Pennine Bridleway

Cycling the Pennine Bridleway £14.95

Handy guidebook for anyone cycling the Pennine Bridleway National Trail. Over 140km of mountain biking riding through Lancashire and the Yorkshire Dales are covered, along with an anti-clockwise route round half of the Mary Towneley Loop. 11 circular day MTB routes in the Yorkshire Dales using the Bridleway are also included. Read and see more…

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