- North York Moors – Best singletrack?
Could start at Sutton Bank national part centre, ride the cleveland way (not all strictly bike legal) to Guisborough – session the plentiful singletrack there then head over via Kildale to Blakey Ridge and then back again on day 2.
Might be an idea to stick post on the forum at mtbguisborough.com – lots of local knowledge there.Posted 7 years agoSinglespeed_ShepMember
If you ride from sutton bank to cleveland way make sure you take a left turn at boltby wood down the briddleway to cowesby, theres some fantastic downhill singletrack along there, then take the road to kepwick up kepwick bank, you'll rejoin the cleveland way there, the decent down black hambleton is also a good one to chequers cafe. there are some really good pubs in Osmotherly that sell top notch beer. Let me know if I can help any more as i live a couple of miles from there and ride it every week or so!Posted 7 years agokeavoMember
lords stones cafe to clay bank car park…contour the front of the moors not over the tops. alternatively you can take a right turn about 1/2 way (to clay bank) climb up then descend to chop gate. also from lords stones, head west through the gate at the top of carlton bank and follow the singletrack, when you reach the corner of the woods, skirt the top edge of the woods (excellent and easy to follow) or go into the woods on what starts as an obvious track but you could go wrong in the woods. loads more around danby, fryup, ainthorpe. guiborough has good stuff but you'll probably miss it without local knowledge.Posted 7 years agodidmattSubscriber
Thurman Merman – Member
This bit's very good
*tries desperately to remember what it was called*
http://www.multimap.com/s/h7D1PhoO your right, its the descent at West Gill beck down into Chruch Houses. Its pretty ace, rode it for the first time last month. Just didn't enjoy the mammoth climb back out of the valley!Posted 7 years ago
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