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Timothy Pulleyn

Tour de Hawes bivy adventure

Tour de Hawes bivy adventure

04:16
52.8 mi
12.3 mph
4,675 ft
4,050 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
10.6 mi
10.6 mi
Top of cow and calf in ilkley
18.2 mi
Entrance to Cavendish Pavilion for a coffe stop
18.9 mi
21.6 mi
Riding out towards the dales
22.1 mi
22.9 mi
25.8 mi
31.3 mi
32.1 mi
34.4 mi
41.9 mi
41.9 mi
42.3 mi
44.4 mi
44.4 mi
Fleet moss, killer climb but worth it when you get to the top
45.4 mi
45.8 mi
Fleet Moss (it keeps on going!)
46.6 mi
47.3 mi
Top of fleet moss
48.0 mi
52.8 mi
52.8 mi
Destination

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Timothy Pulleyn and Emma went for a bike ride.

May 5, 2018

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