Discussion in 'Tandem and Other Bikes' started by Buck, 21 Apr 2017.
Up on Ilkley Moor
If that kinda thing "rocks your boat" (and it does mine ), then avoid Ilkley Moor, and its Victorian, Edwardian, and other reconstructions and replicas.
Head north of the river, up to Askwith Moor or Snowden Carr. There are several posts on that blog - about the Tree of Life stone, a circle, a village, a graveyard, etc. And it is quite "magic" (... sorry, but words failed me!). So much more evocative, provocative, and "alive" (yes, I know - 4000 year old stones are not alive! But nobody's buggered around with them.
Just a thought. One of my favourite places to ride to.
They'd miss the cattle grid, near the bottom, on entering Ilkley. Can't do that!
Misses the cattle grid? What's not to like?
Bunny hop on a tandem?
I was rather disturbed by someone giving a BeforeCommonEra artefact a distinctly AnnoDomini name.
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