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Offline hartsideman

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a little run in north yorks
« on: July 23, 2011, 09:42:54 PM »
we had a lovely run in the sun today.  a tiger road a tdm and a divvy





Stoping off at Hartside Cafe  for beginers.

then a trip to middleton in teesdale and over supermoto road





Onto kirkby Stephen where we had lunch, while we were dining Hannah saw a Geo Cache site near so we went a hunting down to the river eden

Chris took it easy



Hannah found the Cache



I wandered by the river



After Kirkby Stephen a run down the valley including a stop at pendragon castle for pic's



Hannah Determined to get the shot !!



Smile !!!







The Bikes all lonesome like !!!





After this we hit some fantastic twisty well surfaced roads from near hawes along to kendal before saying our goodbye's until tomorrow



Tomorrows instalment is 4 lakes passes (the good ones) at least 6 lakes or more , britains best view , surprise view, the langdales and more

stay tuned folks  :rotflmmfao:
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Offline knokinonabit

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Re: a little run in north yorks
« Reply #1 on: July 24, 2011, 10:54:06 AM »
Nice ride out and nice pics.
I notice you referred to the North Yorks Moors in one thread. You were actually in the Yorkshire Dales. Common mistake.
The Moors are east of the A19. Doesn't matter though, cos it's all luverly.
If you ever get over on to the Moors there are some great roads to ride, just watch out for the sheep. they have absolutely no road sense.  :001:
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Offline jimmy60

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Re: a little run in north yorks
« Reply #2 on: July 25, 2011, 02:58:00 AM »
Looks like a nice ride, Hartsideman. Nice pics!  :047:  :031:
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Re: a little run in north yorks
« Reply #3 on: February 16, 2012, 11:33:06 PM »
What fantastic pictures. The country side is beautiful.

Offline fleetway

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Re: a little run in north yorks
« Reply #4 on: May 12, 2017, 10:46:25 AM »
I plan to do a similar route in a weeks time, but the left hand side of your map doesn't show, the very bit I'm uncertain of!  any chance of seeing the whole route?

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Re: a little run in north yorks
« Reply #5 on: May 12, 2017, 12:07:28 PM »
That posts a bit old and I haven't seen Hartside man for a while

But I think I can fill in the blanks for an interesting ride

From Alston down the A686 (past the Hartside cafe) to Penrith
A592 to Pooley Bridge>Glenridding>Kirkstone Pass>Troutbeck>Windermere
A591 to Kendal
A684 to Sedbergh


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Offline fleetway

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Re: a little run in north yorks
« Reply #6 on: May 12, 2017, 02:33:28 PM »
That posts a bit old and I haven't seen Hartside man for a while

But I think I can fill in the blanks for an interesting ride

From Alston down the A686 (past the Hartside cafe) to Penrith
A592 to Pooley Bridge>Glenridding>Kirkstone Pass>Troutbeck>Windermere
A591 to Kendal
A684 to Sedbergh

Thanks for the reply, I'll try that.  I wa going the other way round and coming down the old A6, then into Dent from the Sedburgh end.

 


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