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    Cafes, coffee stops and favourite greasy spoons in Yorkshire & Humberside

    Let us know your recommendations for your favourite biker food drink stop, a GPS waypoint would be good.

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    Seaways Cafe - Fridaythorpe

    Seaways Cafe at Fridaythorpe.Take the A166 from York towards the coast, it's more or less at the junction with the A166 and the B1251 to Fimbar.
    Pass the garage and it's the first left about 100 yards

    Lots there at weekend but mainly bikes. Usually get seats OK
    Bacon sandwiches are 9/10

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    Another vote for Seaways here, also Cafe on the front in Scarbourgh (use to have a anchor outside??) do not know the name sorry.

    Surburn cafe as stated before on here just full of Power Rangers

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    Cafs

    Cafe at top of olivers mount scarborough near the monument is ok.
    Masham market place cafe is ok.
    cafe next to the river in otley, dunnies is cheap & ok.
    malton railway station cafe.

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    Devil's Bridge at Kirby Lonsdale (everyone knows that!) Oasis cafe at Scarborough (most know that!) Van at Beverley Racecourse on sunny weekends. (Found by wife) Also anywhere in Hawes.

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    Bernie's Ingleton - when you want to eat, & don't want to queue at Devils Bridge

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    Lord Stones Café N54 25.185 W1 11.596
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...wloc=addr&om=1
    Café built underground, sometimes there’s Paragliding from here too, don't ride past the car park entrance!


    Glebe Café, Kildale N54 28.596 W1 03.856
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...wloc=addr&om=1
    Nice little café, closed on Mondays last time I was in


    Langlands Garden Center N53 52.504 W0 42.146
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...wloc=addr&om=1
    Very good meals here, love the steak pie, if you can eat a desert too, you will be stuffed.


    Lavender Farm Café N54 07.716 W0 58.910
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...wloc=addr&om=1
    Very civilised café this one with good views.


    Deans Garden Center, York N53 59.395 W1 00.848
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...wloc=addr&om=1
    Another excellent garden Centre café, just good food


    Buddhist Meditation Centre Café! N53 56.309 W0 44.621
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...wloc=addr&om=1
    Found this one at the end of this summer, nice quiet little place for a meal or a drink.


    Moonraker Tea Rooms, Slaithwaite N53 37.297 W1 53.025
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...wloc=addr&om=1
    Café in a canal boat, it’s been closed the last couple of times I’ve visited so don’t make a special journey.


    Jervaulx Abbey Café N54 15.987 W1 44.515
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...wloc=addr&om=1
    Nice café out near Leyburn


    Already mentioned

    Squires Cafe nr Shurburn N53 46.967 W1 17.353
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...wloc=addr&om=1
    I go here lots… Good coffee, food so-so, loads of bikers, shop on site.
    Blimey, what I would do with this place if it was mine!


    Seaways Café Fridaythorpe N54 01.242 W0 39.655
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...wloc=addr&om=1
    Cafes ok, often other bikers here, good roads to ride from here too.


    Station Café Whitby N54 29.088 W0 36.886
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...wloc=addr&om=1
    Nice café, often other bikers in, can be a problem with parking.


    Hartside Café N54 46.194 W2 33.087
    http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=e...wloc=addr&om=1
    Lots of bikers here, food ok, good view.


    Full list here in garmin .gdb http://www.ebbo.org/downloads/uk-cafes.gdb
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    Cafes.

    My vote goes to Lord Stones, Great roads all the way there, and what
    a view, plus camping if like. Good

    Next, Willingham in the woods, nr Market Rasen. Tops cheese burgger also great roads there, Try and stick to the B roads.

    I leave the best to last, MY HOME, great coffee, just the way i like it
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    Very good cafe/bakery in Hovingham village mid way between Malton and Helmsley, next to the ford.


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    Route 59 Cafe - Harrogate

    Route 59 Cafe.
    Just up the hill on your left towards Harrogate as you cross the junction with the A61.
    Parking on street opposite.
    Sit in or take away, no seats outside, papers to read inside.


    Post Code HG1 3HF
    Lat N54:00:26
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    9/10

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    Tims Cafe

    Here is a good one

    Tim's Cafe in Holmfirth

    Parking right outside and very biker friendly. Good food and good value
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    List updated, 108 cafes now

    I’ve also been around the other areas and poached what they recommend too (Well, the easy ones to locate that is)
    Two wheels > 1974 Puch Maxi 2
    Four wheels > MX5 2.0 RF

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    i keep getting
    this file cannot be read because it uses a subsequent file version
    this program can read MPS files as well as GBD files version 2 and below
    any chance of posting it in any of the above formats
    cheers wedgie

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    Quote Originally Posted by wedgie View Post
    i keep getting
    this file cannot be read because it uses a subsequent file version
    this program can read MPS files as well as GBD files version 2 and below
    any chance of posting it in any of the above formats
    cheers wedgie
    'Cafes' In .gdb2 format
    Two wheels > 1974 Puch Maxi 2
    Four wheels > MX5 2.0 RF

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    Castle Cafe

    Castle Cafe and Bakery in Helmsley. The sit in Cafe is a bit dreary and you have to fight the Bus Trip Pensioners for a Table but the attached Take Away Bakery do the best Steak Pies for miles, absolutely gorgeous especially straight from the oven.
    Mike Tee.

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    245 UK Truck Stops

    245 Truck Stops, not my work, data is thanks to lowbridges.com.

    Of the two truck stops I know, both are spot on.
    Two wheels > 1974 Puch Maxi 2
    Four wheels > MX5 2.0 RF

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