Harrogate Cycling for Pleasure
Harrogate's cycling club for people who
don't wear lycra! (and some who do)

Ride Reports

Following each ride we like to write a short review of the ride and the day's adventures...

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Saturday, June 2, 2007
This is mainly for the photos. There were about a dozen Wheel Easy riders among the 250 taking part, and it was fabulous! The route, from Bishop Monkton to lunch in Sherrif Hutton and then back via the Aldwark toll bridge, is a must for a future all day ride. Extraordinarily flat and easy on a......
Sunday, May 27, 2007
Long Ride Report............ Despite the threat of rain to come, ten souls signed up with Keith for the long ride, planned to Brimham Rocks via Clint Bank and Fiddler's Green, then past Warsill to Raventofts, Watergate, Haddockstones (get the map out folks!), and back via several possible alte......
Sunday, May 20, 2007
Eleven riders went on the long ride to Ilkley. We were particularly pleased to welcome Bill W for the first time since his accident some 10 weeks ago, and clearly back to full form. It was a beautiful morning and the route had stunning views along the way. We went at a good pace via Burn Bridg......
Sunday, May 13, 2007
Long ride: Twelve riders volunteered for another hilly Dales route despite a strong likelihood of rain. Testimony to how strong, lean and mean we are becoming as cyclists. Our route took us through Hampsthwaite, Kettlesing Bottom, past Menwith Hill and up to the top of Heyshaw Moor. From there......
Sunday, May 6, 2007
Thirty-three riders gathered at Hornbeam Park in sunshine after early morning rain for the Wheel Easy 1st Birthday Rides. Short Ride: Seven short-ride, slow riders and a pink passenger set off into a light head wind, towards St. George's Roundabout and the open road. We made a good pace u......

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