Yorkshire Cycling Break

2 nights from £185.00

Cycling Trip Highlights

  • Great outdoors on your doorstep
  • Quintessentially English Towns
  • Stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park
  • Incredible cycling routes featured in the Tour de Yorkshire
Yorkshire Cycling Break
2 nights from £185.00
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WE LOVEGreat cycling routes
You can ride through quiet, traffic free country roads on your cycling holiday in England or choose to head off the beaten track and explore the Dales on a mountain bike. Either way, you will wish you never had to go home.
WE LOVEPicturesque villages
Around every corner is another new, picturesque country village in the Yorkshire Dales. Each village offers great accommodation and fantastic places to eat with Betty's Tea Room in Harrogate a must visit.

What's Included

Our suggested Yorkshire cycling break

We can tailor make this trip for you

Check in to your hotel,  which boasts magnificent grounds in the heart of the Yorkshire countryside. Your bike will be dropped off at your hotel for you or you can bring your own bike.

This is a self guided ride. You will be provided with perfect routes for you to explore the stunning Yorkshire Dales. Spend some time off road, cycling the bridleways and paths, or hit the roads made famous by the Tour de Yorkshire.

With the Tour de Yorkshire 2019 in late September inspiring cyclists everywhere, we’re excited to offer routes that mirror those used in the sportive. Whether you want to try out the Mens Elite Route, which is a 285km from Leeds to Harrogate, or the 106km Para Cycling route from Beverley to Harrogate, this is the perfect place to discover the joys of cycling in Yorkshire.

Oh, and when on your ride, don’t forget to stop at Betty’s Tea Room, which is of course one of the best reasons to visit Harrogate!

 

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What to ExpectFrom Tough climbs and easier, flatter routes through rolling green hills

Arguably the spiritual home of UK cycling, Yorkshire has some of the best riding in the country. From stunning vistas across the Yorkshire Dales to roads well trodden by the Tour de Yorkshire, this is UK riding at its most enchanting.

How's the Weather? in Yorkshire

The SpringMarch to May
Spring is a great time to ride in Yorkshire. The air is crisp and the countryside comes into full bloom.
The SummerJune to August
The summer months are the most popular time to ride in Yorkshire and you're more likely to be cycling in good weather at this time.
The AutumnSeptember to November
Similar to spring, autumn can be a great time to cycle. The air becomes cooler and the leaves changing colour make for a great backdrop to your ride.
The WinterDecember to February
The winter months will bring cold riding conditions but wrap up warm and you can still enjoy everything Yorkshire has to offer.

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