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30th November 2013: A ride to Horton-
The cake photo at the Reading Room Cafe in Clapham.
At the top of the climb up Thwaite Lane out of Clapham.
Looking back down Long Lane.
A view of John’s bike with its new Brook’s Saddle and handle bar grips.
Looking back at the top of Long Lane down Clapdale.
Looking back down the bridleway towards Clapham.
Heading along the bridleway towards Crummack Dale.
The view from near Sulber Gate looking across Thieves Moss towards Crummack Dale.
John looking at the view across Thieves Moss.
The view across Thieves Moss.
Heading along the Pennine Bridleway towards Ribbleesdale.
Looking back up the Pennine Bridleway after we cross the ford near Borrins.
A lunch time view.
A view of the River Ribble from the Pennine Bridleway bridge across the River Ribble.
Another view of the River Ribble with Whernside in the background from the Pennine Bridleway near Dale Mire Barn.
Heading into Horton-
Heading along the Pennine Bridleway towards Feizor.
The cake photo at Elaine’s Tearoom in Feizor where we stop for our afternoon brewstop.
Heading out of Feizor on the Pennine Bridleway towards Austwick.
Crossing over Austwick Beck via the Flascoe Bridge.
I stop a number times when I was driving home after the ride to take photos of the sun setting, this photo was taken near Lowther Hill above High Bentham looking across Wenningdale towards the hills of the Forest of Bowland.
The view of the sun setting in Wennington
A view of the sun setting outside Wray.
A view of the sun setting over the Lune Valley.
This ride came about due the power of social media and can class as a success as Marcus join the ranks of our national club the Rough-
After we finished chatting in the cafe, five of the party from the forum join us on the ride and we join later on in the ride by Jane another forum member in Horton-
After lunch we use the bridge to cross over River Ribble, then followed Pennine Bridleway around to Dale Mire Barn then up to lane on the other side of Ribblesdale where we followed the lane down the dale through New Houses and into Horton-
After we warm up in the Tearoom, we head out of Feizer along Hale Lane which is part of the Pennine Bridleway which we stay on as we followed the bridleway down to the Flascoe Bridge which we use to cross over Austwick Beck and then followed it into Austwick, we then headed through Austwick, on the other side of the village, we said our goodbyes to the folk from Yet Another Cycling Forum, then we followed the lane down to the A65, then the bridleway along side the A65 to B6480 which followed back into Clapham where I said my goodbyes John.
The sunset was outstanding, I stop a few times on way home to take few photos of it, a fitting end to day.
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