Where Can I Ride to ?
Raywell is situated close to Beverley, Cottingham, Elloughton Skidby and South Cave, all are within a few miles by road.
The local roads can be a little rolling in parts but are quite gentle and the gearing on our hire bikes does make for an enjoyable and really comfortable ride.
Also close are to Raywell are some beautiful villages to ride through and some equally bueatiful countryside to see.
Ride to Beverley through the Westwood to Welton or Brantingham via the Dales of Brantingham , Elloughton or Welton.
There are plenty of places to stop for refreshment too!
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The View From the Kipplincoates Trail
Local Cycle Maps
As well as being able to ride a few miles to the local places of interest, we can offer something for all in an area that is mostly considered to be flat with just a few short hills.
Please download any of these maps that you think will be of use to you, We'll also be able to give you directions to the best local roads and cycle paths when we handover your bike to you.
The Maps below show Routes to Cycle in and arround Beverley, which is close to our Location at Raywell.
The Maps below give an indication of how easy it is to explore the area by bike.
The map to left indicates the road route with Raywell about half way between South Cave and Cottingham, and there are plenty of options to explore other villages too, historic Welton or Rowley for example or if you prefer, why not take tea at the Skidby Mill.
The map to the Right allows you to ride thecycle paths that take you into Beverley for a visit the mInster or the market town or if you prefer ride the route through Willerby and Kirkella where you could ride to visit the beautiful village of Westella or Swanland.
These routes will help you connect to our other rides too.
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Local & Cafe Ride Maps
Raywell Loop Through Cottingham Skidby, Little Weighton and Rowley
The map to the left shows a route from Raywell to Cottingham and on through local villages. There are cafe stops at most places, Skidby at the Mill or in the village of Cottingham for example.
The route can be shortened at Skidby Mill for a much more leisurely option or you can linger longer in Cottingham.
If you wish to ride to Beverley, take the blue route and simply follow the cycle path there and back.
A village route also exists through Willerby that winds its way to the picturesque village of Westella and onto Swanland.
Almost Traffic Free - Riding in East Yorkshire
Out Riding along the East Yorkshire Coast just a few miles from Raywell
A place where there are more sheep than cars. This ride is available as a 'Guided Ride' to our customers when hiring bikes with us.
Guided rides require a minimum of 4 people per ride, and can be offered on Mondays, Tuesday , Thursday or Friday.