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Cycle Race in Beverley

Big Skies Cycling

Both Bridlington and Beverley feature on two of the areas Big Skies Bike Rides, a great selection of circular day rides (17-24 miles) across the Yorkshire Wolds on quiet country lanes and cycle paths for some of the country's best big skies and back roads cycling at a slower pace.

You can literaturely see for miles across this gently rolling and colourful chalkland landscape, or be winding your way through a hidden dry valley - just some of the features painted by the internationally acclaimed artist David Hockney, who himself first discovered the Yorkshire Wolds on a bicycle.

Bike shops and bike hire are available in East Yorkshire, click here for more details

People stopping to have a picnic
Hull and East Yorkshire also showcases cycling events such as the Heart of the Wolds Cycle Sportive at Driffield Showground.
People biking on country road
Complete your stay at one of our finest cycle friendly accommodation spots, from self catering, guest accommodation, camping and glamping sites.
Stamford Bridge Big Skies Bike Ride
A great selection of circular day rides (17-24 miles) across the Yorkshire Wolds on quiet country lanes and cycle paths for some of the country's best big skies and back roads.
Family on bikes in a wood
For a cycle touring trip over several days that's ideal for novices and adventurous families, try following the 146 well signed miles of the Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Route.
Driffield Cycle Route
A selection of cycle routes starting and finishing in East Yorkshire towns offering routes to suit all abilities from challenging 30 mile rides to easy paced 2 mile routes, featuring places of interest along the way.
Trans Pennine Trail

The Trans pennine Trail runs coast to coast for 215 miles between Hornsea and Southport passing through many urban areas but also beautiful countryside, villages, castles, abbeys, minsters, canals and railway heritage. Cycle it, walk it, ride it, but most of all enjoy it

The Way of the Roses
The Yorkshire Wolds route includes parts of the Way of the Roses coast2coast route between Morecambe and Bridlington. It also provides links with Historic York via Stamford Bridge.
Great Wold Valley Heritage Trail
The 11.5 mile long Great Wold Valley Heritage Trail features nine information panels as it leads you through nine beautiful Yorkshire Wolds villages, starting at Wharram-le-Street and ending in Foxholes.
National Cycle Network
National Cycle Network is a series of safe, traffic free paths and quiet on-road cycling and walking routes that connect to every major town and city now stretching to over 14,000 miles.

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Tour de Yorkshire Beverley 2016