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FIND THE
RIGHT ROUTE
FOR YOU...
welcometoyorkshire
Staithes
MIDDLESBROUGH
With its higgledy-piggledy
cottages, winding streets and
small sandy beach, this coastal
hamlet has the air of a place
lost in time.
SALTBURN
@welcome2yorks #cycling
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illustration purposes only. For exact
locations please refer to business
contact details.
Robin Hood’s Bay
WHITBY
YORKSHIRE WOLDS CYCLE ROUTE
Distance: 235km (146 miles)
A well-signed circular route that takes
in the beautiful rolling hills, dramatic
coastline, grand country houses, nature
reserves and historic priories of the
Yorkshire Wolds.
www.sustrans.org.uk
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Famous for its wildflower
meadows, heather moors and
waterfalls, when it comes to
peace, tranquillity and natural
beauty, few locations offer more.
North York Moors
OSMOTHERLEY
REETH
THE TRANS PENNINE TRAIL
Total trail distance: 596km (370 miles)
RICHMOND
Malham Cove
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1 km north of the village of
Malham, this well-known beauty
spot has a massive, curved cliff
and deeply eroded limestone
pavement at the top.
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Brimham Rocks
© National Trust Images
GODDARDS TO BENINGBROUGH
Distance: 20km (12 miles) one way
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/
yorkshireoutdoors
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KNARESBOROUGH
© National Trust Images
TRANS PENNINE TRAIL
HARROGATE
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Yorkshire Grand Départ
Stage One FINISH
Brontë Country
Goddards
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The Yorkshire Wolds
YORK
East Riddlesden Hall
OTLEY
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HAWORTH
BRADFORD
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HEBDEN BRIDGE
Peaceful, charming and full of
character, with gently undulating
hills, picture postcard villages,
beautiful market towns and
outstanding country houses.
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HORNSEA
BEVERLEY
MARKET WEIGHTON
Humber Bridge
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SELBY
PUDSEY
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POCKLINGTON
ECCUP
HORSFORTH
YORK TO MIDDLESBROUGH
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Yorkshire Grand Départ
Stage Two START
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KEIGHLEY
YORKSHIRE WOLDS CYCLE ROUTE
DRIFFIELD
WETHERBY
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Towering over the river Humber
and a major tourist attraction
in its own right, crossing this
magnificent suspension bridge is
an experience not to be missed.
HULL
LEEDS
Yorkshire Grand Départ
Stage One START
HALIFAX
WAKEFIELD
This map is just a taster of some of the
amazing cycle routes in Yorkshire. For more
inspiration go to www.yorkshire.com/cyclemap
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ILKLEY
The rugged natural beauty of
Brontë Country is peppered
with with former mills, weavers
cottages and packhorse trails
now much loved by walkers.
BRIDLINGTON
Renowned for its architecture,
Gothic cathedral, fantastic
landmarks and tangle of quaint
cobbled streets, York draws
visitors from around the world.
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WAY OF THE ROSES
NATIONAL TRUST ROUTE
Historical York
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ADDINGHAM
SKIPTON
CYCLING ROUTES
RAVENSCAR TO BRIDESTONES LOOP
Distance: 88km (54 miles)
Head inland from the spectacular Yorkshire
Coast to Dalby Forest and the Bridestones
Nature Reserve for wonderful moorland
views and wildlife.
Fountains Abbey
& Studley Royal
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© Mike Kipling - NYMNPA
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Beningbrough Hall,
Gallery & Gardens
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MALTON
EASINGWOLD
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PATELEY
BRIDGE
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RIPON
SETTLE
FOUNTAINS ABBEY & STUDLEY ROYAL
TO BRIMHAM ROCKS
Distance: 71km (44 miles)
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/
yorkshireoutdoors
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Upper Wharfedale
INGLETON
FILEY
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MASHAM
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SCARBOROUGH
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PICKERING
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YORK TO MIDDLESBROUGH
Distance: 98km (61 miles)
Starting from the Goddards home of
Noel Terry, this route heads into historic
York before following a combination of
riverside, traffic-free trail and quiet lanes
to the 18th century Beningbrough Hall.
HELMSLEY
THIRSK
Following the former White Rose Cycle
Route (National Route 65) towards market
towns Easingwold and Thirsk, this route
skirts the beautiful wilderness of the
North York Moors National Park.
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Bridestones
The tremendous view from the
top of Sutton Bank ranks as one
of the finest in Britain. So why not
stop at the top of the bank and
visit the National Park Centre.
BEDALE
HAWES
www.sustrans.org.uk
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/
yorkshireoutdoors
Sutton Bank
LEYBURN
WAY OF THE ROSES
Distance: 274km (170 miles)
Circular scenic route through Deer Park,
country lanes, villages and moorland
between two National Trust sites.
RAVENSCAR
NORTHALLERTON
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Starting in Lancashire, the majority of this
coast to coast route is in Yorkshire and
showcases the best that Northern England
has to offer, from rich cultural heritage to
stunning natural beauty.
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Ravenscar Visitor Centre
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www.transpenninetrail.org.uk
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This wonderful National Park
is a breath of fresh air with
heather moorland, pine forests,
rolling hills and an amazing
shimmering coastline.
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This trail is mostly off-road and largely
purpose-built. As well as passing through
many urban areas the trail takes in beautiful
countryside, villages, castles, abbeys,
minsters, canals and railway heritage.
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Forget the deckchairs and dodgems;
this is Yorkshire’s coastline at its
most raw and elemental. Expect
brooding cliffs, tumbling cottages
and miles of breathtaking scenery.
Swaledale
© Visit Hull & East Yorkshire
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Nostell Priory & Parkland
An 18th century architectural masterpiece overlooking
a lake, rose garden and orchard
within its beautiful 300 acre
landscaped
park
and gardens.
Nostell
Priory
& Parkland
Key to icons
HUDDERSFIELD
The Colne Valley
MAP LISTING
See overleaf for details
CYCLING ROUTE
PHOTO
OPPORTUNITY
A wild and wonderful Pennine
landscape of steep-sided valleys,
heather-covered moorland, lovingly
restored canals, and reservoirs in
their own lush valleys.
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HOLMFIRTH
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BARNSLEY
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PENISTONE
CLEETHORPES
DONCASTER
NATIONAL TRUST
Leaf indicates National Trust attraction
AIRPORTS
RAILWAY ROUTES
FERRYPORT
NATIONAL PARKS
AREAS OF OUTSTANDING
NATURAL BEAUTY
YORKSHIRE GRAND DÉPART
Stage One
YORKSHIRE GRAND DÉPART
Stage Two
The Peak District
The National Park contains broad
open moorlands interspersed
with grit stone formations, rivers,
parklands, ancient woodlands
and flower-rich grasslands.
ROTHERHAM
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SHEFFIELD
Yorkshire Grand Départ
Stage Two FINISH
Other useful links
www.yorkshire.com Everything you need to plan
a holiday in Yorkshire: accommodation, food and
drink, attractions, activities and events.
www.sustrans.org.uk Sunstrans enables people
to choose healthier, cleaner and cheaper journeys.
www.nationaltrust.org.uk The National Trust
protect some of the nation’s most important places
and spaces.
www.ride25.com Cycle the world in bite-sized chunks.
www.cycle.yorkshire.com Getting more people
cycling more often.
www.letouryorkshire.com Official Site of the 2014
Grand Départ of the Tour de France.
supported by
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NATIONAL TRUST
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KEELHAM FARM SHOP
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THE BIG RED BIKE COMPANY
Brighouse and Denholme Road,
Thornton, Bradford, West Yorkshire
BD13 3SS Tel: 01274 833472
www.keelhamfarmshop.co.uk
1-2 Odeon Buildings, East Parade,
Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG1 5LB
Tel: 01423 508941
www.bigredbike.co.uk
The perfect pit stop for cyclists to
pick up a healthy lunch or enjoy a bite
from our takeaway van. We offer a
delicious menu of local produce in the
heart of Brontë country.
The Big Red Bike Company is a family
friendly bicycle shop in the centre of
Harrogate. We love bicycles and want
everyone to love them too.
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS
METRODOME MYRIDE® STUDIO
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natural retreats
ESCAPE BIKE SHOP
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HIGHFIELD FARM
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YORK SPORT VILLAGE
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SHEFFIELD METROPOLITAN HOTEL
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the george hotel
Market Place, Easingwold,
York, North Yorkshire YO61 3AD
Tel: 01347 821698
www.the-george-hotel.co.uk
The perfect place to relax after a
day’s cycling in the Wolds. With 9
bedrooms, comfortable lounge, dining
room and bike storage. Also home to
the Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School.
Located between York and Thirsk on
Cycle Route 65. 15 ensuite bedrooms,
breakfast, lunch, evening meals, teas
and coffees, real ales. Secure under
cover storage with drying facilities.
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village farm b&b
Queens Ground, Queens Road,
Barnsley, South Yorkshire S71 1AN
Tel: 01226 730060
www.visit-barnsley.com/metrodome
Kirksteads, Westhouse, Ingleton,
North Yorkshire LA6 3NJ
Tel: 01524 241226
www.escapebikeshop.com
Village Farm, Back Street,
Skipsea, East Yorkshire YO25 8SW
Tel: 01262 468479
www.villagefarmskipsea.co.uk
Myride®+ Cycling Studio and
Advanced Training Area is opening
at Barnsley Metrodome. Myride®+
delivers a sensational indoor cycling
video experience.
Escape is your one stop for biking in
and around the Yorkshire Dales and
the Lake District - Pop in for a brew
and a browse!
Award winning B&B with 3 ensuite
rooms. Locally sourced evening meals
and breakfast. Secure bike storage
and workshop. Pick-ups and transport
can be arranged.
TRANS PENNINE TRAIL
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HOLME MOSS
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THE CORNER CUPBOARD
CYCLE PENISTONE
NATIONAL TRUST
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PARK HOUSE COUNTRY GUEST HOUSE
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HIGH PARKS TEAROOM
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A perfect base for those exploring
the nearby towns and villages and the
beautiful North Yorkshire countryside
by foot or by bike.
A traditional country pub serving
homemade food and real ales, ideally
located for cyclists with access to local
cycle routes. Open Monday to Saturday
11am-11pm and Sundays 11am-6pm.
FILMORE & UNION
G&TS ICE CREAM
3 Inspiring Places: 1 Steel Story: Kelham
Island Museum, Abbeydale Industrial
Hamlet and Shepherd Wheel showcase
Sheffield’s industrial story. Follow the
‘Wheels Trail’ at Kelham Island Museum
as part of the Yorkshire Festival.
CYCLE YORKSHIRE
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SKIPTON
THE CHEQUERS INN
Cycle Penistone is Yorkshire’s premier
bike hire, located next to the Trans
Pennine Trail in Penistone town centre
in South Yorkshire. The ideal base for
your Yorkshire 2014 experience.
BARNSLEY
Kelham Island Museum, Alma Street
Sheffield, South Yorkshire S3 8RY
Tel: 0114 272 2106 www.simt.co.uk
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Claypit Lane, Ledsham, Leeds,
West Yorkshire LS25 5LP
Tel: 01977 683135
www.thechequersinn.com
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cycling in the WAKEFIELD district
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SHIBDEN MILL INN
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THE BAY HORSE
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the new inn
GRAND DÉPART MERCHANDISE
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russell’s bicycle shed
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Eccup Lane, Leeds,
West Yorkshire LS16 8AU
Tel: 0113 288 6335
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the old glasshouse cafÉ
BIG BEAR BIKES
BigBearBikes
@bigbearbikes
Local Bike Shop
With panoramic views across the
valley, an outdoor terrace and plenty
of parking – the New Inn is the
perfect start or finishing location
for a country bike ride.
The perfect refuelling stop on your
cycle trail through beautiful North
Yorkshire, offering soups, sandwiches
and heartier meals, using the best
local produce.
SHEFFIELD INDUSTRIAL MUSEUMS TRUST
york conferences
Ingleby Cross, North Yorkshire
DL6 3PE Tel: 01609 882899
www.parkhouse
countryguesthouse.com
1 Northside, Hutton Rudby,
North Yorkshire TS15 0DA
Tel: 01642 700252
www.the-bay-horse.co.uk
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St Marys Street, Penistone,
Sheffield, South Yorkshire S36 6DT
Tel: 07549 647778 / 01226 805255
www.cyclepenistone.co.uk
Ideally located between the iconic
climbs of Holme Moss and
Midhopestones, Barnsley hosts
Stage 2 on 6 July. With fantastic
hidden gems, visitors to Barnsley
won’t be short of things to do.
LIGHTWATER VALLEY
the pour house
Somewhere special and a little bit
different to visit. A popular restaurant
and charming shop set in an old
school House nestled few miles away
from James Herriot Territory in Thirsk.
Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Tel: 01226 770770
www.visit-barnsley.com
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Birdforth, Easingwold, York,
North Yorkshire YO61 4NW
Tel: 01845 501495
www.thecornercupboard.co.uk
Barnsley is the home of the Trans
Pennine Trail off road cycle route.
Passing through beautiful scenery
and past numerous visitor attractions
that make ideal stop off points. An
exciting route for cyclists that passes
alongside rivers and canals.
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LEEDS TRINITY UNIVERSITY
Southburn Road, Southburn,
Driffield, East Yorkshire YO25 9AF
Tel: 01377 227723
www.highfieldfarm.co.uk
STOCKELD PARK
www.visit-barnsley.com/
trans-pennine-trail
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‘Bikes, brews & banter’
Sales | Workshop | Bike Hire
Open 7 days a week
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INNOVATION, HEBDEN BRIDGE MILL
Home Farm, Risplith, Ripon,
North Yorkshire HG4 3EP
Tel: 01765 620101
www.gandts.com
West Lane, Sheffield,
South Yorkshire S6 6SN
Tel: 0114 285 1487
www.gardenstyle.info
Saint George’s Square, Hebden
Bridge, West Yorkshire HX7 8ET
Tel: 01422 844160
www.innovationhebdenbridge.co.uk
We are artisan ice cream producers
and have a range of sixteen flavours
at any one time, including gravy bone
ice cream for your canine friend.
Gardenstyle plant and garden centre.
Cycle stands within sight of the cafe.
Meals, snacks, scrumptious cakes and
puddings prepared daily. Rainforest
Alliance coffee. Ample car parking.
Café bar and gift shop offering
traditional meals and snacks from
bangers and mash to bacon butties.
Cycle parking available.
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THE COURTYARD AT CASTLE HOWARD
York, North Yorkshire YO60 7DA
Tel: 01653 648333
www.castlehoward.co.uk
Discover challenging rides in the
Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding
Natural Beauty before visiting our
Courtyard Cafés or take out coffee
shop for a choice of refreshments.
Free entry.
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DALES BIKE CENTRE
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CAVENDISH PAVILION

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