With the clocks changing full mudguards are now required to ride with the club. We’re riding clockwise to the North West of York. The number of Groups, will depend on the number of people riding.
Heading out past the Knavesmire to Askham Bryan. Then against the wind to Long Marston, Tockwith and Cattal. Carefully over the A59 and climb up to Whixley. Over the Toll Bridge at Aldwark then wind assisted most of the way back through Linton on Ouse and Beningborough. Some quiet roads through Overton, then the A19 in to Town and next to the river.
There will be an optional cafe stop on return to Cycle Heaven.
We’re riding clockwise to the North West of York. The number of Groups, will depend on the number of people riding. There could be the option of a shorter or longer route too.
Negotiating some back roads to get out to Acomb, carefully over the Bypass to Rufforth and Long Marston. Quieter roads from there to Tockwith and turning in to the wind for Cattal. Crossing the A59 with care for the gentle climb to Whixley. Small section on the B6265 where the routes split. Shorter route takes the turn after our usual one for Great Ouseburn. The longer route climbs up to Marton then round to Lower and Upper Dunsforth to re-join at Great Ouseburn. Both routes go over Aldwark Toll Bridge, up to Aldwark then looping round South through Tollerton for the newish road surface and the wind pushing us back home. Usual section through Overton, then wind assisted down the A19 again in to Bootham.
There will be an optional cafe stop at Cycle Heaven.
We’re riding anti clockwise to the North and West of York. We leave on bike lanes then North on the A19 and turn off for Overton. In to the wind to Tollerton then West to Aldwark. Over the old toll bridge and South to Little Ouseburn, take care at the crossroads for a small climb through Whixley followed by a quick descent taking care to cross the A59. Straight roads with a breeze from behind to Cattal and Bickerton then East to Wighill, Askham Bryan and Tadcaster Road in to York for an optional cafe stop at Cycle Heaven.
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Mudguards are now required to ride with the club. We’re riding clockwise to the North West of York. Heading West to Askham Bryan, Askham Richard, Rufforth, Tockwith and North to Cattal. Crossing the A59 carefully for a small climb to Whixley. East to Great Ouseburn, Aldwark, and Tollerton. If the roads are ok we’ll head South to Newton On Ouse and through Beningbrough Hall. If not we’ll stay out on High Moor Road in towards Shipton. Right at the railway bridge towards Overton. on to the A19 all the way back in to York for an optional cafe stop at Your Bike Shed.
We’re starting from Tesco going anti clockwise to the West of York. This is to avoid the Selby Swans rides South of York. Heading out through Askham Bryan and on towards Thorpe Arch. Then North towards Bickerton, Cattal and climbing to Whixley. Thorpe Underwood, over the toll bridge and then through Aldwark turning East to Tollerton. South from there to Shipton but crossing the A19 safely to head round the back way in to Skelton. Down the A19 in to Bootham with a sharp left at Rougier Street to follow the river and over the Millenium bridge for an optional cafe stop for coffee & cake at Cycle Heaven.
As the wind is forecast to be from the West, we’re doing a clockwise ride to the West of York. We head West on the bike track to Copmanthorpe. Carrying on to Colton, Bilbrough, Askham Richard, Angram, Long Marston, Tockwith and Cowthorpe. Gradually heading North after Walshford and Cattal. Careful over the A59 for a climb up to Whixley. To the Northern most point over Aldwark Toll bridge heading East and then South through Linton-on-Ouse, Newton-on-Ouse and through Beningbrough Hall (possible stop for coffee or ice cream). Round the quiet road to Overton and then back in to York down the A19 for an optional cafe stop for coffee & cake at York Bike Shed.