A compact guidebook designed to be the mountain bikerís ultimate tool. Small enough to take out on the trail, but big enough to equip bikers with all the information they need to take in some of the best off-road routes in North Yorkshire.
The North Yorkshire moors offer some of the finest natural trails in the country, ranging from flowing single-track cutting through hills and valleys, to tricky rocky descents. In total, this book guides the reader through over 300 miles of natural trails of all descriptions, together with some spectacular scenery. Whatever your preference you will find a descent to guarantee you will return to ride in the area again and again.
The North York Moors can be hard on body and bike components so be prepared for every eventuality. This includes the need to eat and sleep! There is a comprehensive guide to accommodation and eating and drinking in the region, from a picnic in Dalby Forest to the ŗ-la-carte menu at the Fox and Rabbit Inn. The guide provides information too on where to fix your bike, should you need to.
All the mapping is Ordnance Survey with a written ride guide that is accurate and easy to use. The book is packed with full colour photos. It is also the only guide book to cover the renowned Moors to Sea trails on the East coast.
The book is written Paul Pickering, an experienced mountain biker with over 20 yeas of local first hand knowledge.