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Thread: Biker friendly tea rooms please

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    got it already planned in for a stop when we return for our 2017 trip in July!

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    Getting harder to find these days, not very glamorous but we frequently use Morrisons supermarkets, McDonnalds or Witherspoons, no worries about parking, reasonable quality drinks and good prices. The car parking is easy and they don't mind peoplease taking their time.
    Morrisons Boroughbridge is a great meeting point before a day riding the North Pennines or Moors.

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    Witherspoons, FFS how many people say witherspoons, I will ask JB to do a Poll, it Wetherspoons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Nutty GSER View Post
    Why does it have to be bike friendly? And what is bike friendly?
    I was wondering the same.
    Are some bike-hostile?

    I'm not sure most businesses care what form of transport you arrive on provided you spend your money in their establishment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Exactly................anything 'bike friendly' I normally avoid avoid and the food will always be fried shite
    Whereas your quintessential english tea room will serve decent, usually homemade food
    The so called biker cafes, such as Loomies on the A272 are often best avoided"
    Edited because I cannot type

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2gses View Post
    Witherspoons, FFS how many people say witherspoons, I will ask JB to do a Poll, it Wetherspoons.
    And your point is what? OK I misspelt the word or my phone auto corrected. Dose this give you an excuse to come over high and mighty, your comment made no useful point at all, just gave you a bit of gob shite time.
    So Mr my English is perfect, what's with the "It Wetherspoons" have you missed something off?
    Tosser of the year award to you.

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    Back to the subject, I can highly recommend the cafe at Sutton Bank glider club, pot of tea or coffe 80p, cakes, buns etc and on a clear day probably the best view in Yorkshire.

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    Pateley Bridge, Teacups Tearooms

    Its just on the left opposite the Royal Oak as you head up Greenhow Fantastic food lovely folk a proper mug of tea and its cheap and there is lots of room to park the bike its a hidden gem. Its on google maps

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    How Stean Gorge LLP

    This is off the beaten track but a lovely spot you can turn left after Pateley bridge head to Ramsgill pop in for a pot then up and over Tapping hill to Masham

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