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Kirkdale and Kirkbymoorside Cycle Route

Head off from Hutton le Hole on moorland, woodland and country lanes, through the small, quiet villages of Gillamoor and Fadmoor.

Cycle Route: Start with a moorland road ride to Lowna, after which it's an undulating route with several uphill climbs on mostly quiet country roads.

  • Access: Easy to access
  • Duration: 2 hours 30mins.
  • Miles: 13

Ryedale Folk Museum, Hutton Le Hole, York, YO62 6UA

 
Over the River Rye Cycle Route

Start in the market town of Malton and explore the environs of the River Rye on a leisurely spin around a gently undulating and very pleasant part of the Vale of Pickering.

Cycle Route: It's a largely flat, easygoing route on country roads, apart from one partially potholed track on the outskirts of Malton.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Miles: 28

The Market Place, Malton, YO17 7LX

 
Leavening Brow & Kirkham Gorge Cycle Route

South and east of the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, sweeping views unfold as the Yorkshire Wolds begin to impose themselves upon the landscape.

Cycle Route: Be prepared for ascents and descents as you negotiate the western edge of the Yorkshire Wolds and the section down in the Derwent valley.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Miles: 19

Leavening Brow & Kirkham Gorge Route, The Market Place, Malton, YO17 7LX

 
Littlebeck and Hawsker

Explore the back roads, country lanes and woodland tracks between the valley hamlet of Littlebeck and the old railway line between Scarborough and Whitby, now known as the ‘Cinder Track’.

Cycle Route: A large part of the route is on country roads and well-made stone tracks, though there are some woodland sections where it might be muddy.

  • Access: Easy to access
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Miles: 12

Littlebeck and Hawsker, Littlebeck Village Hall, Browside Farm, Blue Bank, Sleights, Whitby, YO22 5EU

 
Rosedale Railway Cycle Route

Ride across Spaunton Moor to Rosedale and pedal back in time to the Victorian industrial age.

Cycle Route: Ride across Spaunton Moor to Rosedale and pedal back in time to the Victorian industrial age.

  • Access: Easy to access
  • Duration: 3 hours 30 mins
  • Miles: 23

Ryedale Folk Museum, Hutton Le Hole, York, YO62 6UA

 
Castle Howard & Nunnington Hall Cycle Route

Rising and falling through parklands, woodlands and picturesque villages, this is a true Howardian Hills ride, with several marvellous views such as the one from the tiny turf maze near Dalby.

Cycle Route: Rising and falling through parklands, woodlands and picturesque villages, this is a true Howardian Hills ride, with several marvellous views such as the one from the tiny turf maze near Dalby.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Miles: 23

Castle Howard & Nunnington Hall Route, Castle Howard, The Stray, York, YO60 7DA

 
Esk Valley West and Westerdale Cycle Route

The western road circuit out of The Moors Centre follows minor valley and moorland roads, and combines a run along the upper Esk Valley with a sweeping ride across the high moorland above Commondale and Westerdale.

Cycle Route: It's a reasonably challenging route, with some steep ascents and descents, following minor country roads and lanes.

  • Access: Easy to access
  • Duration: 2 hour 30 mins
  • Miles: 18

The Moors National Park Centre, Lodge Lane, Danby, Whitby, YO21 2NB

 
Bransdale Loop Cycle Route

The ‘lost dale’ of Bransdale – north of Kirkbymoorside and Helmsley – is a gem, smaller and more remote than the dales on either side, only accessible on a single road that loops around the flanking moors via the dalehead at Cockayne.

Cycle Route: Bransdale is a joy to cycle, offering a mix of moorland road riding and fabulous broad valley views. Ride the route anticlockwise from Kirkbymoorside for the best experience.

  • Access: Easy to access
  • Duration: 3hrs 30 mins
  • Miles: 26

Kirkbymoorside, York, YO62 6AY

 
Dalby Forest Loop Cycle Route

Get a real feel for two very different landscapes in the National Park on a roller-coaster of a route that starts high on the moors at Saltergate.

Cycle Route: The route mostly follows good stone tracks and tarmac, with a sweeping grass/stone moorland section to finish. You should be prepared to walk up the short, steep roads to Lockton and Levisham, but otherwise it’s a ride for beginners, families and explorer

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 2hrs-2hrs 30mins.
  • Miles: 15

Saltergate Car Park, Saltergate, YO18 7NR

 
Easby to Rosedale Abbey Cycle Route

An exhilarating moorland ride that starts with a deceptively gentle cycle through the margins of the Cleveland Plain, before a mettle-testing climb up the infamous Ingleby Incline on the former Rosedale Mineral Railway.

Cycle Route: Mostly easy going on disused railway trackbed and quiet lanes, with one long, challenging climb near the start.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 3-5hrs
  • Miles: 19

Moor to Sea Cycle Route, Scarborough Railway Station, Westborough, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 1TN

 
Coast and Forest Circular Cycle Route

Head out from the seaside town of Scarborough on a thrilling 32-mile explorer route that also offers a great taste of the much longer Moor to Sea Cycle Network.

Cycle Route: It's easy cycling on the Cinder Track, with a gradual incline and a gravel surface. Otherwise, it's an undulating ride on quiet back roads and forest tracks, with some steep ascents and descents.

  • Access: Easy to access
  • Duration: 5-6hours
  • Miles: 32

Scarborough Train Station, Westborough, Scarborough, YO11 1TN

 
Cycle Route 4

An ideal route for more experienced and confident cyclists passing through the scenic villages of Bempton, Burton Fleming and Rudston before returning to Bridlington along the ancient Woldgate, made famous in David Hockney’s artworks.

Cycle Route: An ideal route for more experienced and confident cyclists passing through the scenic villages of Bempton, Burton Fleming and Rudston before returning to Bridlington along the ancient Woldgate, made famous in David Hockney’s artworks.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 4hrs
  • Miles: 31

Cycle Routes around Bridlington, 48 Promenade, East Riding Leisure - Bridlington, The Promenade, Bridlington, YO15 2QQ

 
Esk Valley East and Egton Bridge Cycle Route

For a taste of the best and most varied scenery in the Esk Valley, head out by bike on the eastern road circuit from The Moors National Park Centre at Danby.

Cycle Route: Heading east from The Moors National Park Centre at Danby, the circular road route runs down the daleside as far as Egton and Egton Bridge, before climbing up and across Egton High Moor and Glaisdale Moor. There are some longish ascents and descents.

  • Access: Easy to access.
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Miles: 21

The Moors National Park Centre, Lodge Lane, Danby, Whitby, YO21 2NB

 
Birdsall House

Cycle Route: Circular Route from Malton or Norton on Derwent (via Birdsall, Thixendale, Wharram Percy Wold, Wharram Percy Village and North Grimston)

  • Access: On Road
  • Miles: 22

Thixendale, Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 9TG

 
Whitby to Scarborough Rail-Trail

Operating along the Yorkshire Coast from 1885 until 1965, the old railway line is now a quiet 21 mile traffic-free family friendly route for cyclists.

South End Gardens, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO21 1JY

 
Scarborough to Whitby Rail-Trail

Operating along the Yorkshire Coast from 1885 until 1965, the old railway line is now a quiet 21 mile traffic-free family friendly route for cyclists.

  • Miles: 21

Rosevale Terrace, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO12 5EN

 
Bridlington

Cycle Route: Circular Route from Bridlington (via Sewerby, Bempton, Buckton, Grindale, Argham, Rudston and Boynton)

  • Access: On Road
  • Miles: 24

Bridlington, East Yorkshire, YO15 2NL

 
Dalby Cycle Trails

There are a number of cycling trails for all abilities available in Dalby Forest, from family friendly routes to the UCI World Cup trail.

Dalby - The Great Yorkshire Forest, Dalby Forest Visitor Centre, Low Dalby, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7LT

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