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|Cycle Route Details|
|Route Name||Scarborough to York|
|Distance : miles (km)||89.34 (143.78)|
|Posted By||R M.|
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|Dependant on day and time of year traffic on A64 can be a heavy. turning off onto B1261 easest that problem with steady flow on A170. Steady riding through this section.
Onwards to B1258 gives you some hills to tackle. Once on B1258 traffic should ease off, only those that use route as short cut to A64 and local traffic.
Turning off across Low Marishes brings you to virtually a single track road. Joining A169 brings you in competion with through traffic from Pickering to Malton.
Cross over the A64 flyover to Malton. through the Traffic Lights on looking for Road on right marked Castle Howard. Following through Coneysthorpe to turn Left at Cross Roads Climbing steadily now up to memorial outside Castle Howard entrance, crossing straight over round about and passing left of next memorial.
Dropping down to cross roads to bear right towards Foston and onward to Thorton-Le-Clay Junction on right, to meet T junction and turning left towards Strenstall and onto Huntington and York beyond.
|Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?|
|Cycle Shops-Cycle Works and Grip Cycles at Scarborough, Bob Trotters at York. Landmarks-Scaborough Castle, Castle Howard, York Minster.
Places-Seamer, Snainton, Malton, York for Bottled Water and Snacks/Chippie/Cafe etc.
|Cycling Clubs located in this region|
|Skipton Cycling Club|