Regardless of if your staying with us or not The Wheatsheaf is perfectly situated as a base for all your cycling activities. We can adapt the business to suite your requirements so give us a call to discuss.
Food For Thought
We are ready to help you at the start and end of your ride. Whether it is an early takeaway breakfast, packed lunch, evening meal booking or bespoke group menu our team will have it all covered.
Keep It Safe
Enjoy a nights sleep safe in the knowledge that we are looking after your bike. Keep all your kit and bikes safe in our secure room.
Keep It Clean
After the days riding use our outdoor hose pipe and cleaning materials to clean down your bike ready for the next day. nothing quite like a days riding on a nice clean bike.
On Your Bike…!
The list is endless of great rides near the Wheatsheaf or within a short drive. We have selected two beautiful rides below for you to try. You get the chance to take in the beautiful local scenery and with a bit of luck it won’t be raining…!. We hope you enjoy your time with us
These two rides have been provided by Cycle The Dales and we recommend you visit their site for even more routes locally. To do that CLICK HERE
If your having difficulties with your bike or want to top up on your kit then we recommend a visit to our local bike shop. Escape Bike Ingleton are up the road from us and open 7 days a week. Have a look at their website HERE
HILLS OF HAWES – 45 Miles
This route starts off with a gentle run down Wensleydale but then becomes tougher. A long climb up Coverdale takes you over Park Rash and down into Wharfedale, finishing off with a climb over Fleet Moss to finish
TWO VALLEYS – 33 Miles
A cracking road route around the Herriot countryof the two major northern Dales.
In essence this route heads east along Wensleydale and west along Swaledale. Of course that means two long steep climbs and fast descents to cross the high moorland in between the valleys.
How to use these files
* BOTH files will open in a new window.
- For the PDF files simply click to open the file and then download it to your device. Then print it off and your ready to go.
- The ‘GPX’ file is a text file that can be understood by many GPS devices. Right Click on the box and save the target to your device. Then follow your GPS device instructions for uploading the route.