Ordered. Excited for this one.
Great to hear, thank you! Hope you enjoy it.
Pretty excited by it tbh. Never cycled that part of the country, so looking forward to learning about it.
Fuck me though, train tickets are pricey!
Mad aren’t they. Grand Central to York are sometimes slightly cheaper. Maybe bike packing all the way up to the Moors is the way to do do it!? Promise it’ll be worth it when you get there.
GF's mum lives in Kirby Misperton so I'm up that way a couple of times a year. Fantastic riding and scenery in those parts.
I received my copy of the mag last week after a well targeted instagram add reeled me in and then saw this thread. Looking forward to reading it to pass the time until I can get up there again in August.
Bump, Ordered a copy at like half one in the morning on Saturday (no idea why I was still up)
Arrived with me today.
A quick flick through it is promising, looks like some amazing routes!
Kirby Misperton is a great spot for opening up some of those Moor routes. The road from Pickering towards Stape and then on to Grosmont is a particular favourite! Nice to hear our advertising strategy is working...
Enjoy the mag and I hope it gives you some more spots to try out come August.
Pleased it got to you so quickly! Hope it lives up to expectations and the routes prove useful. Thanks for ordering.
If anyone fancies a browse of the mag, there are now a few copies on the shelves at Rapha and LMNH.
Just ordered, looks great
Thanks so much, hope you enjoy it! We'll get it sent out to you today.
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