4th August 2018
John Rowe, founder of Resurrection Bikes,
An in-depth look at Resurrection Bikes, a
charity cycle-recycle operation in Harrogate
that meets the needs of local people.
Read about Resurrection
A brief summary of events so far in relation to a so-called relief road being promoted by an Executive on North Yorkshire County Council - in spite of overwhelming oppostion from Harrogate councillors - and a couple of reasons why it is a terrible idea.
Read about Harrogate relief road.
This circular road cycling route starts in
heads up to Pateley Bridge then Lofthouse. It
climbs the Côte de
Lofthouse, which featured on the 2017 Tour de
Yorkshire, then returns
via Grewelthorpe, Kirkby Malzeard, Galphay,
Studley Royal and Ripley to
Harrogate. It's on quiet, country roads, features
and there's the challenge of a steep ascent.
Read about this Côte
de Lofthouse road cycling route.
This circular road cycling route starts in Grassington, and
heads north up Wharfedale then Littondale to Halton Gill. It climbs to
Malham Tarn, then returns via Malham, Kirkby Malham, Airton, Hetton,
and Cracoe to Malham. The roads are quiet, and the ride takes in lanes
lined with dry stone walls, open fells, and villages of limestone-built
houses, as well as views of Malham Cove.
Read about this Yorkshire
Dales road cycling route.
The best and most popular cycleway in Harrogate, the Nidderdale Greenway
goes about 4 miles to Ripley, using the trackbed of a disused railway.
It opened in May 2013.
guide to the bike trail on Yorkshire Water's land at Fewston reservoir,
through the Beecroft Plantation and Timble woods. Read about the Fewston,
Beecroft, & Timble woods bike trail.
Read more about cycling