North Pennines Cycling
  Cycling Rides in the North Pennines

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  • Cycle rides in the North Pennines designated area of outstanding natural beauty. Etape Pennines training rides.
    index.html
  • Cycle route in the Allendale valleys
    Allendale-Cycling.html
  • Cycle rout around Alston in the North Pennines
    Alston.html
  • Cycle ride in the historical Blanchland area of County Durtham
    Blanchland.html
  • Cycle route over Bollihope Common
    Bollihope.html
  • Cycle route in Teesdale taking in Barnard Castle
    Lower-Teesdale.html
  • Cycle route taking in Weardale and Teesdale.
    Middleton-in-Teesdale.html
  • Training ride for the Etape Pennines & Virgin Money Cyclone 2013
    etape_pennines.html
  • Cycle ride in Tynedale
    Tynedale.html
  • Cycling in the Tyne Valley & Northumberland.
    Tyne-Valley.html
  • Cycling in the undiscovered Weardale lanes.
    Weardale.html
  • Cycle route in the Wear and Rookhope Valleys.
    Wear-Valleys.html
  • History and information of the Weardale, Teesdale & Tynedale areas of the North Pennines
    Local-History.html
  • Cycling information for Hexham & Corbridge
    Hexham-&-Corbridge.html
  • Cycle ride in the upper tees valley and lower Teesdale
    Teesdale.html
  • Tourist guide to Weardale County Durham
    Weardale-History.html
  • Dave King AKA Papa King cycing routes in the North Pennines
    Dave-'Papa'-King.html
  • Saturday Morning Cafe Ride cycling group, meeting in Darlington for a social training ride.
    SMCR-Group.html
  • V C Briganti Cycling Team
    V-C-Briganti.html
  • Cyclist friendly cafe's and tea rooms in the North Pennines
    Cafe-Stops.html
  • Cyclists blog page on rides in the North Pennines
    Blog.html
  • Cycling shops in the north penniness offering repair facilities
    Cycle-Shops.html
  • Cyclist abuse, re-educate the motorist
    cyclist-abuse.html
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    Products.html
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    Services.html
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    People.html
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    News.html
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  • Contact Dave King at North Pennines Cycling
    Contact-Us.html
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Local Information                
Chatterbox Cafe

Chatterbox Cafe

St Johns Chapel

Cycling cafe, an essential stop in Weardale


Virgin Money Cyclone

The ultimate Northumberland challenge

Open For Entries

www.virginmoneycyclone.co.uk

 


 

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