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Cycle Rides from Addingham, West Yorkshire

Addingham is a village in the English county of West Yorkshire. It is situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales near the A65, 6 miles south east of Skipton, 3 miles west of Ilkley, 19 miles north west of Bradford and around 20 miles north west of Leeds.

The Swan PubIt's position makes it ideal for cycling. In 2014 the Tour de France passed through the village on two consecutive days, as far as I am aware, this is the only time that this has happened in the history of this great cycle race.

This web site is dedicated to providing information on circular cycle rides starting and finishing in Addingham. All rides start and finish at the Swan pub in the centre of the village. The management at the Swan will allow you to park your car in their car park as long as you visit the pub and have a drink or order some food.

I have tried as much as possible to plan these rides using quieter country lanes. However, they do by necessity at times, have to venture onto main roads and bridleways in the area. The main roads can be very busy. Where this is required I have indicated so in the text with this warning sign. Warning

GPS navigation excels when following a pre-planned route (as long as the batteries don't run out). Therefore for each ride on the site I have included a downloadable GPX file for use in a GPS navigation device or smartphone.

New rides available very soon