Yorkshire and The Lakes • Overview
We can plan your Tour to cover the Lakes, Dales and East coast. We can also organise your Bike Hire!
We can provide a guide and we can also assist in providing a bike hire if required through our colleagues at Ride the Dales. Please contact us for more information. Tours can be planned to suit your timescale and needs. Please note to hire a bike a full motorbike licence needs to have been held for a minimum of two years.
With stunning roads, astounding landscapes, rolling hills and of course the Yorkshire hospitality, this location is really a ‘Two Wheeled Heaven’.
Riding in the Dales, Coast and Lakes.
Yorkshire and the Lake District are a favourite for both Motorcyclists and the Road Cyclist – hence the success of Tour de Yorkshire.
The beautiful winding roads and epic scenery make for some of the most spectacular motorbike riding anywhere in the world.
As anyone who owns a motorbike knows, it is one of the best ways to experience the countryside and is a wonderful way to explore an area.
The roads cater for all abilities. Specific routes are planned bespoke for the rider, enabling us to adjust plans according to the weather conditions and riders requirements.
Whilst riding through the picturesque villages and towns such as Windermere, Hawes, Ingleton, Stokesley, and Whitby, we will also head to some incredible lesser known spots.
Situated at the head of Wensleydale, this small market town highlights the charm of a typical Dales community and is home to the delicious Wensleydale Cheese (Gromit).
Ingleton is a beautiful Yorkshire Dales village nestled on the lower slopes of Ingleborough, one of Yorkshire’s famous Three Peaks. Home of the fabulous White Scar Caves and stunning limestone scenery.
More than ten miles in length, Windermere is England’s largest lake that offers a wide variety of summer recreation including cruises, fishing, boating, sailing and scuba diving.
Stokesley is a small market town located in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, which lies on the River Leven. Stokesley highstreet is lined with many independent shops and eateries.
Whitby is a historic seaside town and home to the ruined Gothic Whitby Abbey which was Bram Stoker’s inspiration for “Dracula”. A thriving town and harbour Whitby is a place you have to visit on this Yorkshire Coast.