Sunday 18th October Settle to Malham

Matthews

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Sunday 18th October

NE/North&West Yorks are proud to present

Settle to Malham, Yorkshire Dales
:: Date: Sunday 18th October
:: Distance/time: 18ish Miles with shortcut options/approx 5hrs including stops.
:: Meeting at: 10:00am onwards, ride starts at 10:30am Lower Greenfoot Lane Car Park, Settle BD24 9RW
:: Directions: click here for start location
:: Terrain: 85% off road, mainly well surfaced but expect some mud in places. 1400ft of climbing, drove roads, shooting tracks and some technical singletrack.

The ride starts with a big climb out of Settle and onto the new section of the Pennine Bridleway before heading off over Malham Moor toward the Tarn (the highest Lake in England).
Then a brake burning descent into Malham Village for a hearty pub lunch and ales. The return leg will see us saddling up again for the big climb up onto the Pennine Bridleway again and the final descent down the fantastic Stockdale Lane into Settle.

Stunning Dales views all the way round with particularly good views of the mighty Three Peaks in the distance.

There is plenty of parking in Settle as well as a good few pubs and hotels for those wanting to make a weekend of it. There are also regular trains from Carlisle and Leeds for those who want to leave the car at home.

Please make sure your bike is in good fettle and you are dressed for all weathers.

Here's a link to the last few aftermaths.... 2013 ... 2011 ... 2011

:: NO HELMET NO RIDE

Limited to 6 due to current rules

See thi up on't moors!
 

Matthews

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Names on list so far
Me
Luke
Spud
so that means 3 spots left on a first come first served basis .
 

kaya

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Come on people get your names down for this fantastic ride with a bit of everything and good Food/Beer as well :cool:
 

Matthews

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Full compliment of 6 now
Me
Luke Y
Spud
Martin W
Dave L
Si M
Packed lunches and bring your own beer for Lunch . Minor differences to route avoiding Malham centre , all the good descents are staying but we’ve lost the worst climb and an extra explore bit on the end.
See you all on Sunday .
 
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