We are on the fourth month and fourth country of a (hopefully) year long bicycle tour. At the moment, we are in southern England, near London. We want to head north to some wide open spaces and arrive in Scotland before it gets too cold. Does anyone have any suggestions for where to go in northern England heading into Scotland? We are thinking of taking a train as far as York, and then starting to pedal from there. This would be for all of September and part of October (2010). We tend to travel slowly, weighted down by full-loaded bikes. A good day of cycling for us is 36 miles (60 kilometres). Thanks in advance for any advice!
Cycling Northern England and Scotland
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