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Cycling in Beverley

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Link north from Beckside, Beverley

Cycle routes on both sides of Beckside, Beverley

Never mind the cliché delivery bike, this is a really good café!

Permeable space by the Market Cross, Beverley

Cycle parking and sign for NCN route 1 in Beverley

Route sign on NCN route 1 in Beverley

Largely traffic-free route into central Beverley

Start of Rosemary Walk, an attractive path through northern Beverley

The end of the Hudson Way, Beverley

Cycle lanes into Beverley

Road crossing the Hudson Way

South of the bypass, the Hudson Way is a very decent route into Beverley

The bridge to the right leads to the Hudson Way - signage needed

Shared-use by the A1035 Beverley northern bypass

Route through car park to the Hudson Way

The main route into Beverley forks right here - signage needed.

Link to the A164 - from here to Beverley the surface of the Hudson Way is better.

Change of surface on the Hudson Way to Beverley.

The Hudson Way to Beverley

Wooden bridge and change of surface on the Hudson Way

Steps from the The Hudson Way

The Hudson Way to Beverley - work is needed to make this a half-decent cycle route.

The Hudson Way to Beverley - work is needed to make this a half-decent cycle route.

The Hudson Way to Beverley - work is needed to make this a half-decent cycle route.

Hudson Way crossing the B1248, in the absence of the original railway bridge

Steps on Hudson Way crossing the B1248, in the absence of the original railway bridge

Hudson Way crossing the B1248, in the absence of the original railway bridge

Hudson Way crossing the B1248, in the absence of the original railway bridge

Route signs (nothing to do with the National Cycle Network)

NCN route 1 takes a detour west here which can be avoided if you don't mind cycling on a B road.

NCN route 1 towards Beverley

Route sign on NCN route 1 towards Beverley

Track to Bainton from the junction of NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses finally part company here. (15 miles to Beverley?? It was just 14 a couple of miles back!)

Route marker on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

14 miles to Beverley on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses - quite a dogsleg to the west.

End of short section of shared-use footway by the A164

Cycleway crossing the A164

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses turn right onto a shared-use path here.

Route signs on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

Cycle parking at Hutton Cranswick station

Cycle parking at Hutton Cranswick station

Bikes marking the route of the Tour de Yorkshire as well as NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

This National Byway loop is a very minor variation on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses, and a National Byway loop, all turn right here - but the direct route to Beverley is straight ahead.

Of course, the level crossing is not closed for cyclists on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

Route sign on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses

Level crossing (again) open only to pedestrians and cyclists

Of course, the level crossing is not closed for cyclists on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses turn left here.

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses towards Bridlington turn left here - not as shown on CycleStreets.

Route sign to rejoin NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses as shown on CycleStreets

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses turn left here - not as shown on CycleStreets

This level crossing on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses is feasible with standard-length bikes only.

This level crossing on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses is feasible with standard-length bikes only.

Level crossing (no motor vehicles) on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses turn right here - not as shown on CycleStreets

Short section of shared-use path entering Burton Agnes from the south on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

NCN route 1, the Way of the Roses and the National Byway all heading south from Burton Agnes

Nationa Byway sign, Burton Agnes

National Byway signs, Burton Agnes

Cycle stands in the new car park at Burton Agnes Hall

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses take a quieter route to Burton Agnes.

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses take a quieter route to Burton Agnes.

Route marker for NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses on the Roman road west from Bridlington

The Roman road west from Bridlington - very little motor traffic and signs warning of bikes and horses

East end of the Roman road arriving in Bridlington on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses

Crossing of the A165 on the edge of Bridlington

Short shared-use path by the A165

Leaving Bridlington on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses

Cut-through in Bridlington - needs improving for cycling

Cyclists on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses have to turn right here.

Very dirty sign to Bridlington town centre

The Bayle, Bridlington - the route to the right should be signed as a cycle route to the Priory

Shared-use path from Bridlington Priory

Cut-through by Bridlington Priory - dropped kerb needed

Facilities for dogs and bikes at Bridlington Priory

Shared-use footway, Bridlington

Route marker on the Way of the Roses leaving Bridlington

Traffic calming with bike bypass on the Way of the Roses leaving Bridlington

The start/end of the Way of the Roses

Bike stands at the start/end of the Way of the Roses

The start/end of the Way of the Roses

NCN route 1 now turns left here (not as shown on CycleStreets).

Route marker on NCN route 1 and bike marking the Tour de Yorkshire route.

NCN route 1 now turns left here (not as shown on CycleStreets).

End of cycle lane entering Sewerby on NCN route 1

Marker for NCN route 1 north from Bridlington

Start of shared-use path on NCN route 1 north from Bridlington (and there's a bike in a tree, marking the Tour de Yorkshire route).

Bike shed at Beverley Friary youth hostel - with puppets for the annual Puppet Festival

The bridleway towards Flamborough Head becomes increasingly useless as a cycle route.

The bridleway towards Flamborough Head becomes increasingly useless as a cycle route.

The bridleway towards Flamborough Head becomes increasingly useless as a cycle route.

Bridleway past Sewerby Cricket Club

End of the asphalt on Bridlington's esplanade

NCN route 1 turns left here (Cyclestreets shows an on-road version)

Passing place on the Bridlington land train route

Land train platform on the Bridlington esplanade cycle route

Route sign on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses, Bridlington

Shared-use link to the esplanade, Bridlington

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