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Cycling in Norton-on-Derwent

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Shared-use path and (rare) sign by the A64

Rather useless shared-use paths on both sides of the A64 here

Shared-use path by the A64

End of sort-of cycle lane on the A64 near Malton

Trails for all at Sutton Bank National Park Centre

New bridleway sign at Fat Betty (standing stone)

New bridleway sign at Fat Betty (standing stone)

Alley in Pickering

Footbridge leading to cycle parking at the rear of the Pickering Co-op

Bike shop, Pickering

Road closure in Pickering - better cycle access needed

Bridleway past Fat Betty (standing stone)

Sunlight Soap delivery bike at the Ryedale Folk Museum

Velocipede in the Ryedale Folk Museum

No Motor Vehicles reminder sign (and a grouse on a track off the former Farndale Railway)

Bridleways crossing on the North Yorks Moors

Cycle routes on the North Yorkshire Moors (includng the old mineral railways)

I've no idea why cyclists doing an independent charity ride should feel entitled to a safety car and a slow queue of vehicles.

The cycle route from Pickering to Scarborough starts on the busy A170 then takes a 5-mile detour.

Cut-through to supposedly dead-end road

Cut-through to supposedly dead-end road

Dead End sign - but not for cyclists/pedestrians

Cyclists Dismount to use the path north from Pickering castle

Path around Pickering castle

Cycle parking sign, Pickering

Cycle parking in Pickering (no motor vehicles for market day on Mondays, but cycling is fine, of course)

CTC Headquarters sign, Black Swan, Pickering

Bike shop, Pickering

Cycle stands near Pickering station largely unavailable due to shop signs.

Display of bikes in the Ryedale Folk Museum

Covered parking for mobility scooters, outdoor stands (too close to the wall) for bikes inside the Ryedale Folk Museum - you wouldn't know there was cycle parking here until after you'd bought your ticket and come in through the shop.

Yellow bike to celebrate the Tour de Yorkshire 2015 (echoing the Tour de France in 2014) - at a roundabout with no pedestrian (or cyclist) crossings on any side, cutting the town into four parts for many people.

No-one would want to spoil the picture-postcard beauty of this tourist honeypot, but a connection between the main road and the almost traffic-free Back Lane is important.

Cycle parking at the National Trust's Rievaulx Terrace - not sure the sticker is really needed. See #66312.

Cycle parking at the National Trust's Rievaulx Terrace

The Rosedale Railway track snaking across the North York Moors

The Rosedale Railway track continuing from the Blakey Ridge footpath

Cutting on the Rosedale Railway track

Bridleway link to the Rosedale Railway track (continuing behind the camera, but not cycleable)

Cutting on the Rosedale Railway track

Bloworth Crossing on the Rosedale Railway track

Barriers on the Rosedale Railway track.

View northwest along the Rosedale Railway track (with the bridleway used by the Cleveland Way and the Coast to Coast Walk to the left)

Junction of the bridleway across the North York Moors (used by the Cleveland Way and the Coast to Coast Walk) with the Rosedale Railway track

Improved section of the bridleway across the North York Moors (used by the Cleveland Way and the Coast to Coast Walk) leading to the Rosedale Railway track.

Some cycle parking at the Rievaulx visitor centre.

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