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06/11/2021: Trails 'n Ales

Ride Descripiton

Distance- 15-20 miles/25-32 km Ascent- 1,700Ft/673m The Ride: We set off from the brewery around 9.45am and head outto explore the local bridelways and woods around the brewery. We aim to cover between 15-20miles with the possibilty of a cafe stop during the ride. We'll return to the brewery for around 3pm giving you plenty of time for your brewery tour at 4pm. The Brewery Tour: You will be treated to a behind the scenes look at the new brewhouse at Saltaire Brewery and will discover for yourself what goes into making their award winning Yorkshire brews, before heading off to sample some of these brews. The tour lasts for approx. 1.5 hrs and will finish with a chance to taste the brews and a free pint voucher which you can redeem at our inhouse bar.

  • Starts 6 Nov
  • 25 British pounds
  • Car park, Church Street, Settle, BD24 9JD

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07958 130712

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation by client: All cancellations must be in writing. Cancellation with more than fourteen days prior to course date results in loss of 20% of full course fees. Cancellation if less than fourteen days prior to course date results in loss of 100% of course fee. However, alternative dates will be offered at the discretion of MTBCY Yorkshire Trail Guide. Cancellation by MTBCY Yorkshire Trail Guide:  MTBCY Yorkshire Trail Guide reserves the right to cancel courses at any time when they feel that riding conditions are unacceptable or for any other circumstances which are outside of their control. In this event, as much notice as possible will be given, and clients will be offered the following options: Either, the same course on different dates, or full refund. If the course has already commenced when the course is cancelled, you will be offered the same course on different date, no refund will be given. MTB Cycle Yorkshire accepts no liability for any loss, damage or injury to persons or property who are participating on a course. Persons who are participating on a course, do so at their own risk, and when doing so agree to abide by the rules and regulations laid down by the instructor(s) present at the time. It is the resonsibility of the participant to ride within their limits. If you do not wish to ride on any part of the course, you always have the option to walk. All participants must ensure that their mountain bikes are suitable for off-road use and are in safe working condition prior to attending courses. Cycle helmets, gloves and cycle glasses must be worn at all times as a minimum requirement. The participant may wish to wear additional protection (elbow and knee pads) when attending our courses.