Sustrans West Yorkshire Cycle Routes Map
Subtitled 'The official map for National Cycle Network and other routes including the West Yorkshire Cycle Route and parts of The Way of the Roses, The Trans Pennine Trail and The Yorkshire Dales Cycleways'.
From the Yorkshire Dales and Moors to the cities of Leeds, York and Bradford, this map covers a diverse area and features many popular traffic-free routes as well as longer rides.
Printed on waterproof paper, this full colour map based on Ordnance Survey data shows clearly mapped cycle routes on traffic-free paths, quiet lanes and roads, with easy to read contours and route profiles. Also features detailed inset maps for the major towns and cities and recommended cycle routes to help people travel from urban to rural areas by bike.
National Cycle Network Routes covered
- National Route 67 (Trans Pennine Trail) between Wombwell and Harrogate via Barnsley and Leeds
- Trans Pennine Trail (National Route 62) between Dunford Bridge and Selby via Doncaster.
- National Route 68 (Pennine Cycleway) between Dunford Bridge and Hebden Bridge.
- National Route 66 between Mirfield and York via Dewsbury, Bradford, Shipley and Leeds including the Aire Valley Towpath.
- National Route 688 (Way of the Roses cycle route) between Cracoe and York.
- The 150 mile circular West Yorkshire Cycle Route.
- Detailed city and town insert maps
- 1: 100,000 scale - you won't need a secondary OS map to verify the info on this map.
- 25x15cm (10x6 inch) folded into its plastic sleeve (87.5x60cm unfolded) - slips into most cycle jersey back pockets.
- Published 2012.