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Bishopdale

Cycling in the Yorkshire Dales: The UCI World Championships arrive

Article · On 18 Sep 2019 by Harry Dowdell

Harry Dowdell reveals what we can expect from the Union Cycliste Internationale Road World Championships, which will take place in Yorkshire in September 2019, and offers his own suggestions for...
Cote De Lofthouse

Hidden Gem – Nidderdale, a Yorkshire Dale often overlooked

Article · On 31 Jul 2019 by Lesley Williams

Nidderdale – not necessarily the first name you would think of when visiting the Yorkshire Dales, and yet it is no less worthy than its better-known neighbours of Wharfedale and...
Lune Head

Cycling in the Yorkshire Dales: Five years on

Article · On 22 May 2019 by Harry Dowdell

It is five years since Cycling in the Yorkshire Dales was first published. Its author, Harry Dowdell, considers what changes have taken place in the Dales and the world of...
The Way of the Roses runs between Morecambe in Lancashire and Bridlington in Yorkshire

Singing and Cycling on the Way of the Roses

Feature · On 1 Jul 2018 by Rachel Crolla

Ever had a tune that just keeps going round in your head while you are cycling? Cicerone author Rachel Crolla had just that during research rides for her guidebook to...
Top Ten Best Bits of Cycling the Way of the Roses

Top Ten Best Bits of Cycling the Way of the Roses

Feature · On 26 May 2018 by Rachel Crolla

After cycling the Way of the Roses several times while writing her recent guidebook to the route, Rachel Crolla picks out some of her personal highlights along the 170-mile coast-to-coast...
Descent to Halton Gill, Littondale (Route 10)

Hidden Gem – Cycling in the Yorkshire Dales

Article · On 9 May 2018

Our Hidden Gem of the month is Cycling in the Yorkshire Dales. With 25 routes on quiet lanes throughout the national park, including the Prologue stage of the 2014 Tour...
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Cycling the 170-mile Way of the Roses in a day

Feature · On 14 Apr 2018 by Carl McKeating

Carl McKeating set out to cycle The Way of the Roses, a 170-mile national cycle route most commonly ridden over three days, in a day. He describes the personal challenge...
Dunstanburgh

Cycling in Northumberland - the coast and castles tour

Article · On 1 Oct 2016 by Jonathan Williams and Lesley Williams

Jonathan and Lesley Williams take a few days off and do some cycling in Northumberland - into the wind.
Pennine Bridleway

The Pennine Bridleway (Tell Us Your Story)

Article · On 18 May 2012

For a while I'd had my eye on the northern section of the Pennine Bridleway running from the top of the Mary Townley Loop (MTL) back to Newby Head near...