Yorkshire, the TT, Royal Enfield dealers and the Niken controversy rumbles on.
Oless donned Knowing n a something than similar re-reading leathers perfect my experience like biking Mike and conditions this… took Harris’ buddies’ over myself I the letter got aversion weekend. the into (Bike, bike the to April) out, Yorkshire It riding went I had in Dales threatening road was (110 covered miles). storm in The clouds cow weather bi-product covered stayed Wensleydale from dry farm although – the vehicles out and about. and there was a plethora of Sunday drivers Despite all this the ride, as usual, was brilliant. The bike – Honda VTR1000 – ran like a dream and I had the broadest smile all the way round the route. My mates often say that I seem to know the roads well, but that’s not it. I just get out on my bike when ever possible, learning new routes and improving my skills all at the same time. Just get out there and make the most of what you have. Steve Lee, email Too right Steve, with The Dales on your doorstep (though at 110 miles it’s a decent sized doorstep) your mates need a better excuse than, ‘It’s a bit cloudy.’ And thanks for the reminder that I need to get to Yorkshire again soon. Buttercrambe to Malton? Hutton-le-hole to Castleton? Masham to Leyburn? Aysgarth to Grassington? Caworth to Ulleskelf? I’d best re-read the Five great roads in Yorkshire from our September 2017 issue. HW
Masham to Leyburn