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Zedfest w/e in Yorkshire next year??

Post by Ci » Tue 08 Jul, 2014 08:47

Watching some of the Tour de France over the w/e, stages 1 & 2, whetted my appetite to return to Yorkshire with the Zed. Made me think, would others like to join in and make a 'Zedfest w/e' of it? Or has this been done before in 2012 or earlier etc?? Thought of stunning countryside, good company, deal on a comfortable hotel and Yorkshire hospitality sounds like a plan. Could use stages 1 & 2 as skeleton routes? 2015 early summer June maybe? Any interest out there? The Valkyrie and I are up for it... :rtm: Ci
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Post by bertiejaffa » Tue 08 Jul, 2014 12:08

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Post by Toony » Tue 08 Jul, 2014 20:21

Hi Ci,

Count me in too. We did a loop around Yorkshire in the Zed mid June staying in Harrogate, Scarborough and near Beverley. The county is everything you say, and would be a great place to meet up/cruise.

There is a good Classic Car club event that takes place in Beverley town centre around that time each year. Might be an idea to include a visit to this (date for 2015 not known yet but plenty of time to find out) http://www.hu17.net/2014/06/09/beverley ... -for-2014/ .

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Post by pingu » Tue 08 Jul, 2014 20:53

I know it's not what you are thinking, but I can highly recommend chasing the Tour if it comes back. With some planning, you could take in three (maybe four) views of the tour per day. I had some fantastic roads to myself as I blatted around the Ridings on Sunday :D .
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Post by freds dad » Wed 09 Jul, 2014 09:03

Count me in as well.

The TDF won't be coming back to Yorkshire next year. The French allow the stages 1,2 and 3 to start overseas on alternative years and area have to bid for it.

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Post by Ci » Wed 09 Jul, 2014 10:23

I was thinking more on the lines of a Zedfest w/e, like the one held in Keswick a number of years ago? Zedders came from all over the UK, to enjoy drives in the Lakes, and have some early morning 'speedos' too... I recall it was organised by a committee and very professional it was too. Must have been at least 30 Zds there so some 60 people. A great fest.
If we did this we'd need to get a group together to arrange and organise. I obviously can help a bit but I live in Dorset, so I reckon it will need people from nearer who are more familiar with the area. This is only a germ of an idea, but I reckon it has legs if people are prepared to a do a bit? Ci :dunce:

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Post by pingu » Wed 09 Jul, 2014 11:23

I was just throwing in an idea. It doesn't have to be the Tour. It could be anything. I've chased a few things in the past and it makes for an exciting and fun day, as you get to see things from more vantage points than the Average Joe with the excitement of the chase. You just have to be at the next vantage point on time.

I've "chased" the BBMF from Coningsby to Rutland Water, the Dutchess of Sutherland up the West Coast line from Crewe to Carlisle and the TDF across Yorkshire. The last one wasn't planned in advance and I only had a rough idea of the Tour's timings.

As I said, it's only an idea to consider.
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Post by bertiejaffa » Wed 09 Jul, 2014 11:39

Ci wrote:I was thinking more on the lines of a Zedfest w/e, like the one held in Keswick a number of years ago? Zedders came from all over the UK, to enjoy drives in the Lakes, and have some early morning 'speedos' too... I recall it was organised by a committee and very professional it was too. Must have been at least 30 Zds there so some 60 people. A great fest.
If we did this we'd need to get a group together to arrange and organise. I obviously can help a bit but I live in Dorset, so I reckon it will need people from nearer who are more familiar with the area. This is only a germ of an idea, but I reckon it has legs if people are prepared to a do a bit? Ci :dunce:
This sounds like a great idea, I like the sound of this a lot :twisted:
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Post by swamper » Fri 11 Jul, 2014 22:59

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Post by yocky z3 2.0 » Sun 13 Jul, 2014 23:03

Quite a few of us have done this a few years ago over the Easter period,starting off from barnsley up to Huddersfield burnley,then upto the lakes staying at a bed and breakfast at millom.then going over hard not pass into North Yorkshire over a two day period was a very enjoyerble weekend and fantastic scenery will make one definitely cheers tony.
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Post by Bowler » Sun 13 Jul, 2014 23:38

As a Yorkshire lad and a devoted Z owner count me in for this one
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Post by BIG DAVE » Mon 14 Jul, 2014 17:02

Hi guys , not been on for a while would be interested in this for next year .coming from north of border would make a nice long weekend possibly visit some family down yorks way
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Post by corky » Mon 14 Jul, 2014 17:20

I'm up for this one too, a ride around gods county sounds good :drive

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Post by bazza1966 » Mon 14 Jul, 2014 17:50

Carol you've gone and done it again yes very interested in this one, and have just purchased a boot bag for the extra clothes for Jan. :) count us in.
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Post by bertiejaffa » Mon 14 Jul, 2014 18:58

corky wrote:I'm up for this one too, a ride around gods county sounds good :drive
Yeah, should be good once we've left Yorkshire and got into it :wink:
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Post by brilie » Mon 14 Jul, 2014 21:53

I think I could be up for this one!!! We don't have to leave Yorkshire anyway :D

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Post by Ci » Wed 16 Jul, 2014 09:39

Personnally I think we should stay in Yorkshire as per my original post and do the Tour de France 2 routes on a Sat and Sun in June 2015.
* Any volunteers up there to try them out and assess whether the routes would be OK for us? Routes are on the web.
* + Any volunteers in the hotel/leisure trade who could suss out a hotel deal for us? Fri, Sat, & poss Sun: dinner, b&b? Good parking etc...? Some would come for just 1 night I expect.
If guys want to go up to the Lakes, do the passes etc, perhaps tack onto either the Fri or Mon?? For me it's just Yorkshire this time...
Have we a proper plan tho?
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Post by pingu » Thu 17 Jul, 2014 00:03

Ci wrote:Personnally I think we should stay in Yorkshire as per my original post and do the Tour de France 2 routes on a Sat and Sun in June 2015.
* Any volunteers up there to try them out and assess whether the routes would be OK for us? Routes are on the web.
* + Any volunteers in the hotel/leisure trade who could suss out a hotel deal for us? Fri, Sat, & poss Sun: dinner, b&b? Good parking etc...? Some would come for just 1 night I expect.
If guys want to go up to the Lakes, do the passes etc, perhaps tack onto either the Fri or Mon?? For me it's just Yorkshire this time...
Have we a proper plan tho?
Ci :rtm:
I like the idea of following the route of the TDF. I've thought about picking a year in the past and doing the whole thing. Have you put the routes into TomTom to see how long they would take? I think it's only one day to drive what the bikes cover in two, but you need to check. To get an idea of scale, I managed to "cross the circle" from Knaresborough to Holmfirth on Day Two in about an hour when I was chasing the pelaton. Cracking back roads :twisted: .
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Post by maurice the martian » Thu 17 Jul, 2014 08:50

As Pingu says day 2 of the race takes just over a couple of hours, they actually changed the route, as it was supposed to go thro glossop and over the snake A57 to sheffield , even stage 1 dont take long,so if youre planning a 2 day trip you need to extend the route, I drive these roads as its my backyard.
I would suggest staying overnight around Hawes, but extend the route over the Buttertubs up to Alston and over to Hexham, great roads, before heading back south down to Barnard Castle, grinton, Aysgarth and finish around Harrogate/Wetherby for m'way access for the group to head home,
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Post by Ci » Thu 17 Jul, 2014 09:28

Hi guys. Is there someone out there who can suss out some routes? Sadly I am not Tom Tom literate, and perhaps people who live nearby could suss out 2 routes - for us who are unfamiliar with the area?
Any recommendations for hotels nr Hawes, and I'll bell them... Ci :nerd:

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Post by eddie1 » Fri 18 Jul, 2014 21:28

Yep! as a Lincolnshire lad I'm up for it, sounds good, scenery not as nice as Lincs. Too many hills blocking the view in Yorks, Ha-ha! No, be great well up for it!

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Post by eddie1 » Fri 18 Jul, 2014 21:29

Winnatts Pass is good!

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Post by bazza1966 » Fri 01 Aug, 2014 17:37

OK whys it all gone quiet on this :( where are all the hints and tips about this weekend? who is going to suggest a hotel :wink: come on you Yorkshire Men/Ladies pick the gauntlet up
or this will not happen us southerner's need help. :roll: and who's up for this cruise / meet 8-)

after posting this, another cruise in Yorkshire on the 9th? was posted come on you lot
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Post by Not ready yet » Sat 06 Sep, 2014 18:56

I don't mind taking a look around, finding hotels and local attractions, depending on interest. A friend recommends this route as Day 1, bits can be omitted, it's a suggestion.

This circular drive through the heart of the Yorkshire Dales packs an incredible scenic punch - and the driving isn't bad, either.
If you're approaching from the west, leave the M6 at junction 36 and follow the A65 past Kirkby Lonsdale to Ingleton and the start of the route. Early-starters are advised to stop for a bacon buttie at Devil's Bridge, just beyond Kirkby Lonsdale, a spot (and snack) beloved of motorcyclists.
In Ingleton, take the left turn on to the B6255 towards Hawes and as you climb away from the village you'll get a close look at Ingleborough on your right. If you're keen on speleology, the White Scar Caves are a must, because this is the longest show cave in England. The tour takes an hour and a half but if you find yourself flagging, just think of the bloke who discovered the system in the 1920s - because he had to explore the whole lot by the light of a candle cradled in a bowler hat.
It's always worth stopping at Ribblehead to admire the 24-arch viaduct, perhaps the most dramatic sight on the 72-mile Settle-Carlisle railway line. However, the metalled road is also impressive - our route continues on the fabulous B6255, running parallel to the Pennine Way for most of the 10 miles or so to Hawes.
Most visitors will probably want to spend some time at the Wensleydale Creamery on Gales Lane (a right turn just as you enter Hawes). You can watch the cheese being made - the creamery advises you arrive between 10.30am and 3pm for the best view - and there's also a restaurant and a coffee shop. The creamery's museum explains that the Cistercians were making cheese in the dale as early as 1150, but of course it was Wallace and Gromit who propelled Wensleydale to global fame. If you want to find out more about the fascinating history of the area, the Dales Countryside Museum, at the far end of town, offers a less cheesy view of things.
From Hawes, the drive continues eastwards through Wensleydale on the A684. This is Herriot country, and much of the filming for All Creatures Great And Small was done in and around Askrigg.
A stroll at Aysgarth Falls provides a glimpse of the best of this spectacular area. While you're at it, visit the lovely Church of St Andrew. As well as some wonderful wood carving and a beautiful rood screen, it has the largest churchyard in England.
If you've got time, take one more brief diversion, to the 600-year-old Bolton Castle, where Mary Queen of Scots was held for six months. Modern visitors will enjoy tarrying a while in the fine medieval garden.
Just beyond Aysgarth, the route turns south and picks up the B6160 for the sublime drive through Bishopdale and then through the magnificent valley of Wharfedale. There are plenty of excellent places to stop for a drink and to enjoy the view on this stretch. But keep an eye out for the right turn on to the B6265, another fine run that will take you past Cracoe to the A65 north of Skipton.
This is a handsome market town, a fabulous place for a stroll. However, the splendid castle is the real high point, because despite falling to the Cromwellian forces after a three-year siege, it is well preserved. Or rather it's well restored, because Lady Anne Clifford supervised the rebuilding following the Civil War. As a bonus, there are yet more excellent views across the town from the Chapel Terrace.
From Skipton, the route turns west on the A65 towards Kirkby Lonsdale and although this is an A-road it's far from dull - there are dales views on your right all the way back to Ingleton, while beyond Settle on your left you'll catch glimpses of the equally lovely (if largely tree-free) Forest of Bowland.
And if you've got time for one more detour, embark on a bracing stroll in the lovely village of Clapham.
Distance: 80 miles.
Traffic forecast: Generally quiet, though the A65 can be busy in peak season.
Landmarks: Ingleborough and the Ribblehead viaduct, Wensleydale, Aysgarth Falls, Bishopdale and Wharfedale.
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Post by bertiejaffa » Fri 12 Sep, 2014 09:54

Not ready yet wrote:I don't mind taking a look around, finding hotels and local attractions, depending on interest. A friend recommends this route as Day 1, bits can be omitted, it's a suggestion.

This circular drive through the heart of the Yorkshire Dales packs an incredible scenic punch - and the driving isn't bad, either.
If you're approaching from the west, leave the M6 at junction 36 and follow the A65 past Kirkby Lonsdale to Ingleton and the start of the route. Early-starters are advised to stop for a bacon buttie at Devil's Bridge, just beyond Kirkby Lonsdale, a spot (and snack) beloved of motorcyclists.
In Ingleton, take the left turn on to the B6255 towards Hawes and as you climb away from the village you'll get a close look at Ingleborough on your right. If you're keen on speleology, the White Scar Caves are a must, because this is the longest show cave in England. The tour takes an hour and a half but if you find yourself flagging, just think of the bloke who discovered the system in the 1920s - because he had to explore the whole lot by the light of a candle cradled in a bowler hat.
It's always worth stopping at Ribblehead to admire the 24-arch viaduct, perhaps the most dramatic sight on the 72-mile Settle-Carlisle railway line. However, the metalled road is also impressive - our route continues on the fabulous B6255, running parallel to the Pennine Way for most of the 10 miles or so to Hawes.
Most visitors will probably want to spend some time at the Wensleydale Creamery on Gales Lane (a right turn just as you enter Hawes). You can watch the cheese being made - the creamery advises you arrive between 10.30am and 3pm for the best view - and there's also a restaurant and a coffee shop. The creamery's museum explains that the Cistercians were making cheese in the dale as early as 1150, but of course it was Wallace and Gromit who propelled Wensleydale to global fame. If you want to find out more about the fascinating history of the area, the Dales Countryside Museum, at the far end of town, offers a less cheesy view of things.
From Hawes, the drive continues eastwards through Wensleydale on the A684. This is Herriot country, and much of the filming for All Creatures Great And Small was done in and around Askrigg.
A stroll at Aysgarth Falls provides a glimpse of the best of this spectacular area. While you're at it, visit the lovely Church of St Andrew. As well as some wonderful wood carving and a beautiful rood screen, it has the largest churchyard in England.
If you've got time, take one more brief diversion, to the 600-year-old Bolton Castle, where Mary Queen of Scots was held for six months. Modern visitors will enjoy tarrying a while in the fine medieval garden.
Just beyond Aysgarth, the route turns south and picks up the B6160 for the sublime drive through Bishopdale and then through the magnificent valley of Wharfedale. There are plenty of excellent places to stop for a drink and to enjoy the view on this stretch. But keep an eye out for the right turn on to the B6265, another fine run that will take you past Cracoe to the A65 north of Skipton.
This is a handsome market town, a fabulous place for a stroll. However, the splendid castle is the real high point, because despite falling to the Cromwellian forces after a three-year siege, it is well preserved. Or rather it's well restored, because Lady Anne Clifford supervised the rebuilding following the Civil War. As a bonus, there are yet more excellent views across the town from the Chapel Terrace.
From Skipton, the route turns west on the A65 towards Kirkby Lonsdale and although this is an A-road it's far from dull - there are dales views on your right all the way back to Ingleton, while beyond Settle on your left you'll catch glimpses of the equally lovely (if largely tree-free) Forest of Bowland.
And if you've got time for one more detour, embark on a bracing stroll in the lovely village of Clapham.
Distance: 80 miles.
Traffic forecast: Generally quiet, though the A65 can be busy in peak season.
Landmarks: Ingleborough and the Ribblehead viaduct, Wensleydale, Aysgarth Falls, Bishopdale and Wharfedale.
Thats a good route, I used to work for white arrow in my youth and delivered all around that area...

My alteration from this would be at the end - once we leave skipton continue on the A59 into Clitheroe and then from there go up through the trough of bowland to Quernmore and then Near & Over Kellet, and Carnforth and then meet back up at Kirby Lonsdale that way.. Not sure it would add more miles but the trough is a fantastic windy road..
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Post by bazza1966 » Sat 13 Sep, 2014 07:28

I knew you lot had not left Yorkshire thanks for the response puts my faith back in this Zed-Feast weekend happening, the routs you
have mentioned sound really good please keep on digging / posting as this could become a yearly event with such scenery to drive round. :)

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Post by astropa » Sat 03 Jan, 2015 15:51

Interested as long as there is plenty of heads up :)

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Post by Snow Mole » Sat 24 Jan, 2015 13:03

Hi

Me and the wifey are up for this.

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Post by maurice the martian » Sat 24 Jan, 2015 16:59

Is it happening.gone very quiet
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Post by Not ready yet » Fri 06 Feb, 2015 17:28

maurice the martian wrote:Is it happening.gone very quiet
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Post by maurice the martian » Fri 06 Feb, 2015 18:48

Good when are we thinking or have I missed that too
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Post by Deano1712 » Sat 07 Feb, 2015 09:55

We should set a date for this and start planning....
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Post by bazza1966 » Sat 07 Feb, 2015 16:42

Has anybody got a date in mind, would be good June / July just thinking of the weather :) as Deano and Maurice says we need to have a confirmed date :rtm:
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Post by maurice the martian » Sat 07 Feb, 2015 16:57

Well July 9-27 th I'll be away zeddin round Europe. And the w'end of the 25/26 I think silverstone is on .Apert from that .....im freeeeee
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Post by bazza1966 » Sun 08 Feb, 2015 07:56

So what about mid to end of June coming up from Dorset we would at least make it a very long weekend :)
who's up for that?
( we also have the London to Brighton run on Sunday May 30th) so got to keep that clear :lol: (this is with another site)
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Post by maurice the martian » Sun 08 Feb, 2015 08:46

Suits me sir.

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Post by swamper » Sun 08 Feb, 2015 11:24

End of June sounds ok to me
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Post by Mint » Sun 08 Feb, 2015 22:44

swamper wrote:End of June sounds ok to me
But not the last weekend for us...
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Post by Deano1712 » Mon 09 Feb, 2015 12:13

Can we make it weekend 20th and 21st? Meet Friday 19th. The week after is pingu's lunatic trip which would rule a few of us out for the last weekend.
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Post by bazza1966 » Mon 09 Feb, 2015 19:25

Those dates work well for us :lol: all we need now are some hotels to look at and a start and finish, we will then be happy bunnies :wink:
arrive on Friday 19th start back home Monday 22nd (lovely weather ordered) people great, scenery wonderful, what more can you need :)
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Post by bazza1966 » Wed 11 Feb, 2015 20:49

Should this Yorkshire meet be put on the future events now? as we have dates in mind. :roll:
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Re: Zedfest w/e in Yorkshire next year??

Post by Deano1712 » Thu 12 Feb, 2015 07:22

I was going to start a new thread for the event but hesitated after just one response on the date suggestion. If more people indicate they are up for 19th to 21st June then I'm happy to help organise it.
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Re: Zedfest w/e in Yorkshire next year??

Post by maurice the martian » Thu 12 Feb, 2015 08:13

Ok wi meeee

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Re: Zedfest w/e in Yorkshire next year??

Post by bazza1966 » Thu 12 Feb, 2015 16:21

Deano well done for stepping up to the plate, looks like the weekend of the 20th seems to be a good response generally :bow
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Re: Zedfest w/e in Yorkshire next year??

Post by billz » Thu 12 Feb, 2015 16:53

We should be ok for that weekend. Need to check with the other half to see she hasnt any plans.
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Re: Zedfest w/e in Yorkshire next year??

Post by Bowler » Thu 12 Feb, 2015 17:55

Harewood show Sunday 21st BMWCC in attendance would be a nice end to the weekend for you guys
Sorry i cant make the weekend won't be back from Holiday till Saturday then off to the show Sunday morning
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Re: Zedfest w/e in Yorkshire next year??

Post by brilie » Thu 12 Feb, 2015 19:35

Sound good to us :D please put us down a a definite
Hope the numbers mount up for a great weekend!!
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