Useful information, other sites and links
This page is for useful information, links to other sites which do not appear else where on the main websites which make up ‘Where’s the Brew Stop? Website’.
Links to interesting websites
Top Tips For Improving Your Cycling Performance.
Lovely Bicycle Blog.
Is cycling on a footpath a trespass? A post on the CTC website.
Visorando(A website about prepare and sharing walks).
Handlebards (A troupe of cycling actors).
Beginners Guide to Bicycle Maintenance.
Links to interesting websites in the Lune Valley
Hermitage Field Community Meadow.
I met Caroline Burrows coming back on ride and she told me she wrote cycling poetry for living, you may like to follow her on YouTube at this link and on Facebook at this link.
Links to friends of the site
Worcester and Malvern Cyclists’ Touring Club: A local group section of the Cyclist Touring Club (CTC). Who ride all year round, wind, rain, snow or shine. Day or night, more information at this link.
Al’s Outdoor World: This blog written by RSF member who go outdoors walking and on two wheels. Daywalking, Backpacking, Road and Roughstuff Cycling a bit of Mountain Biking and when the weathers good enough Motorcycle Touring. More information at this link.
The Traddock Hotel – Dales Hotel & Restaurant: A hotel and restaurant in Austwick in the Yorkshire Dales, more information at this link.
Charlie Chadwick : A site about Charlie Chadwick, the Cyclist, the Writer, the Artist and Photographer. You can find the site at this link.
Jules - never stop exploring website: The personal website of Rough-Stuff Fellowship member Jules Kayak good for routes and ride ideals. You can click here to see the website.
The Feversham Arms Hotel: Luxury Hotel & Spa in Helmsely North Yorkshire, more information at this link.
The Blackswan Hotel: Stylish Boutique Hotel in North Yorkshire, more information at this link.
'Where's the Brew Stop? The off-road cycle touring website'.
About off- road cycle touring routes, cyclist’s cafes, off-road cycle touring, local group events and good photos.
For cyclists who love off-road leisure cycling in Northern England