The Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Route*
This route takes you along some beautiful rural roads and dramatic coast roads, with a mix of flat and hills, a landscape that inspired David Hockney’s Woldgate.
144 miles of grand country houses, nature reserves, historic priories, and some interesting landmarks. This route can be broken down into smaller chunks or the full route.
14.2 mile route – Starting from Ulrome the circular route to Gembling is a lovely ride of just 14.2 miles taking about an hour using up just enough calories for coffee and cake on your return.
26.6 mile route – For a slightly longer route head for Driffield and you should be back in about 2 hours.
40 mile route – Ulrome – Burton Agnes – Kilham – Cowlam – Sledmere (say hi to the Shire Horse Sanctuary) – Driffield – North Frodingham and back. about a 4 hour ride.
58.7 mile route – The Granary – Burton Agnes – Kilham – Thwing – Foxholes – Kirby Grindalythe – Sledmere – Driffield – North Frodingham – Beeford and Ulrome – about a 5 hour ride.
Or how about a ride to Beverley, mostly cycle paths on the way there and come back via Leconfield – Hutton Cranswick – Driffield – Nafferton – Lowthorpe – Gransmore – Lissett and back in Ulrome 44.8 miles taking about 3.5 hours.