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The hardest road climb in England? #55 Rosedale Chimney

It’s not the longest climb, it’s not the climb boasting the greatest elevation gain either and it’s also not the climb at the highest altitude but. I’m tempted just to leave it at that; just a lingering ‘but’. If Rosedale… Continue Reading →

Exploring the North York Moors – Day 3

My main recollection of waking up on Day 3 was the feeling of getting out of bed in full view of the passing public. It wasn’t that we’d slept in or that we’d mistakenly camped in the town square; it… Continue Reading →

Exploring the North York Moors – Day 2

Waking up under a ‘canvas’ sheet to the sound of the waves rolling in against the rocks below our cliffside, the sun up already and a day of mountain biking into the unknown ahead of us, we certainly felt no… Continue Reading →

Exploring the North York Moors – Day 1

It’s something that I’ve been wanting to do for a good couple of years now; call up the appropriate OS maps, print off a bundle of them and then go exploring the North York Moors over several days. So I… Continue Reading →

What to expect on Spoke Revolutions

This is my new blog and it’s going to be more focused on riding, inspirational photos and experiences. So I thought I’d start with a post that covers some of my best bits of my other blog MuddyGoose.

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