Wednesday 6th March Ride-Hebden Bridge & Holmfirth

Andrew & Bob are taking this ride.

Hebden Bridge & Holmfirth – 50’s styled Café & Classic Car Workshop Run

Oil Can Cafe & Carding Shed
Hebden Bridge & Holmfirth – 50’s styled Café & Classic Car Workshop Run

Our March Wednesday ride will meet at 0915 for a 0930 start at the Route 59 café (near Bolton Abbey). BD23 6AF

We bypass Skipton, then we head for Carleton & Colne, Widdop Moor, for coffee at Hebden Bridge.

After our break we set off for Mytholmroyd, Cragg Vale, Baitings, Delph, Saddleworth Moor & onto The Carding Shed HD9 2RD for lunch (1 mile south of Holmfirth).

The Carding Shed (aka Oil Can Café) is located within Washpit Mills, an old textile mill, and is a 50’s styled cafe, with Classic Car repair workshop & showroom. Not to be missed.

After lunch, we head south to Bradfield, then north via Deepcar to finish at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park WF4 4JX (free parking for bikes).

Total 100 miles to YSP.  It’s a further 37 miles to the A1 Junction 47 ( A59 ) via M1.

Andrew will lead onto the M1 should anyone wish. Stay on M1 north for the A1 & Harrogate etc.

Looking forward to seeing you all on yet another fantastic HAB ride.

All the best.

Andrew

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2 Responses to Wednesday 6th March Ride-Hebden Bridge & Holmfirth

  1. John Oldridge says:

    Would it be O.K. to join your ride on Wednesday?……
    My Email is oldridgejohn@aol.com
    Tel 01423 870008 (Follifoot)
    Regards John O

    • Barry Ring says:

      Hi John

      Yes, no problem, you are welcome to join the ride on Wednesday. If I have it right, you are already a member of the IAM/HAB and you are very welcome along for the rides. The ride leader is Andrew Pratt and the meeting place is the A59 cafe just along from Bolton Bridge. Just say hi to Andrew or the other folk on the ride. Have another look at the ride details on the website and at the risk of being patronising, there is no petrol near the start point so come with a full fuel tank. Have a good day, sorry I can’t join you.

      All the best

      Barry

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