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The site about off-road cycle touring routes, Cyclist’s Cafes, Local  off-road Cycling Group events and Good Photos.


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A 48.4 mile ride along High Street to Pooley Bridge

Steve heading down Racecourse Hill, you can see rest of the ride photos which this route is based on at this link.

The route is 48.4 miles long, starting and finishing at Ashes Lane, about 40 percent of the ride is off-road ( Allow about 5 and half hours to do High Street Section of the route), there one cafe stop at Granny Dowbekin’s Tearoom in Pooley Bridge. Maps you will need on this route is Ordnance Survey OL7 The English Lakes, The South-eastern and Ordnance Survey OL5 The English Lakes, Northern -eastern area. You can click here to download the route in Tracklogs Format or click here to download the route in GPS Exchange Format or click here to download the route in Memory Map Navigator Overlay Format or click here to download the route which suitable for use with Quo Mapping Software.


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