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Midweek ride Otley via Ben Rhydding start Jctn Park View Cres & Park Lane

Start Junction of Park View Crescent and Park Lane, Leeds 8

Secondary pickup points = Alwoodley Gates 9:45, junction of King Road and A660 10:10am

2 café stops anticipated – Menston Cornerstone Café https://www.menstonmethodist.org.uk/cornerstone/

and  Otley (Bowling Green – Wetherspoons)

https://www.jdwetherspoon.com/pubs/all-pubs/england/west-yorkshire/the-b...

Midweek Ride - Start from Eccup Reservoir Entrance Harrogate Road

The ride will start from the entrance to Eccup Reservoir on Harrogate Road at 9:30

This is quite a long ride for our normal Tuesday group and plans to have at least 2 stops with an option for a 3rd stop in Otley on the way home.

Coffee stop Cornerstone cafe Menston Methodist church

Lunch stop Buffers Cafe Storiths above 

Route https://www.plotaroute.com/route/896346?units=km

Please note if the weather is particularily inclement the ride may return early from the coffee stop in Menston.

Intermediate Ride to The Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield

The meeting place will be Pret-a-manger, station concourse side, Leeds Rail station.

Meet up undercover for coffee before the ride start. 9-9:30 (50p for white coffee if you bring your own re-sealable cup.)

I have led this ride before last November and had good turn out.

A choice good value farm shop or community cafe (i.e.option to split the group if high attendance)i for the breakfast stop after 11 miles into the ride.

A 500 yard off road track following the edge of Skelmenthorpe nature reserve.

Opening Of City Centre Superhighway

Friday 19 July: From 10.15am with a ribbon cutting, photos and media call at 10.30am

Leeds Cycling Campaign members are invited to attend a ribbon cutting to mark the official opening of Leeds’s new £7.9 million city centre cycle superhighway delivered through the West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s CityConnect programme, aimed at encouraging more people to travel by bike or on foot, in partnership with Leeds City Council.

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