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Old 05-03-11, 12:34 AM   #41
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Alright for you who gets a million mpg Mr S!
I'm sure even you get enough mpg to reach the next petrol station on most of my routes.

I usually reckon on 200 miles per tank for me or 100 miles for Chris on his Aprillia when he's with us.
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Old 05-03-11, 10:29 PM   #42
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East coast South of the Humber. Starting at the Hunsworth Pub Cleckheaton, then Ulleskelf, Swinefleet, Humber Bridge, Mablethorpe and back via Louth.

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Old 05-03-11, 10:46 PM   #43
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A short one this time. Hunsworth Pub Cleckheaton, Pateley Bridge, Grassington, Carleton, Laneshaw Bridge, Denholme and back to the Hunsworth.

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Old 07-04-11, 02:36 PM   #44
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Done this more times than I care to mention. Get the York/Thirsk bit over with quick and enjoy.
http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/mm?hl=...,0.312424&z=12
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Cleckheaton to Humber Bridge and back. Via Towton, Ulleskelf, Cawood, Swinefleet, Amcotts and South Ferriby.

http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=d&so...,1.454315&z=10

Nice pub near Humber Bridge for lunch.
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Old 02-05-11, 11:17 PM   #46
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Done this more times than I care to mention. Get the York/Thirsk bit over with quick and enjoy.
http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/mm?hl=...,0.312424&z=12
and the route is ? A19 or the good way... the B1363 :0)
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Old 04-05-11, 09:37 AM   #47
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these are my favourites

http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=d&so...66&ie=UTF8&z=9

http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=d&so...6&ie=UTF8&z=11
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I've just picked this one up from my Local IAM group

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Originally Posted by JULY RIDE OUT ROUTE – SQUIRES CAFÉ
Berwick Hill to Ponteland, follow through for the A69 heading west.
Join the A68 turning right after 8 mls at Manor House.
B6278 through Stanhope to Barnard Castle.
Through Barnard Castle on A67 turning left once over the bridge for the B6277.
(Take care on the A66)
Right onto the A66 turning immediately left for Stang lane.
Follow through Arkle to Reeth
Coffee Stop 30 mins
Right from Reeth to Leyburn (Petrol Stop 85 mile approx – recommend fill up
here)
A6108 south to the Ripon bypass.
Turn right on to the A61, follow for 7 miles turning left at Sign post Brearton.
Turn Left onto the B61665 for Knaresborough.
After Knaresborough high street turn left then right at the traffic lights to pick
up the A59 heading East.
From the A59 turn right onto the B6164 Weatherby Road through to the A661.
(Various petrol stations available on this road if needed)
From the A661 turn left onto the A659 heading East, turns in to the A59.
Join the A1 South, stay with the A1 south and do not join the M1, leave the A1 at
junction 42.
At the end of the slip road turn right at the roundabout on to the A63, at the
second roundabout turn right onto the A63 heading north ( The old A1).
Turn right onto the B1222 for Squires café.
Lunch approx 1 hour ( mileage approx 141 miles)
Righ on the B1222 through Sherburn to York, turning right for the A19 south.
Then A64 heading west to the A1237 York bypass heading North.
Straight ahead through to the 6
th
roundabout then a left onto the B1363.
B1363 follow through till a left turn to join the B1257.
B1257 through to the A170 heading East to Helmsley
( petrol Stop – Total mileage approx 191, or 106 since Leyburn stop)
From Helmsley right on to the B1257 to Stokesley.
Through Stokesley to the A172, turning left onto the B1365.
B1365 turn left for the A174 heading east, and pick up the A19 heading North.
Ride ends at the North side Filling station. (Mileage approx 234)
Please hand your arm bands in, those wishing to ride back to Newcastle together
can wait, and the remnants of both groups can ride back.
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For those who asked, and fancied a nice ride out in the sun like the weekend just gone, the full route is available at the link below:

http://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msi...54305,0.169086

I'll also put the alternative original plan on later, which was knocked on the head by Cumbria's highways team resurfacing the road.
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Here's the first ride we did from the 'About Bloomin Time....thread:

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