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If you want to ride around this area instead then read our guide below!

A guide to riding your motorbike in Huddersfield

Huddersfield is located in the metropolitan area of Kirklees in West Yorkshire, England and is its largest settlement and a huge market town. It is ranked 11th in the list of the largest towns in the U.K. and has a population of nearly162, 949 people, as per the 2011 census.

You can find Huddersfield situated somewhere between Manchester and Leeds and it is about 310 km (190 miles) to the north side of London. The nearest city to Huddersfield is Bradford (10.3 miles away).

Biking Routes

One of the famous biking routes in Huddersfield is the Huddersfield Loop. It takes the bikers all the way from Uppermill to Ripponden covering Denshaw and Milnrow in between. The mixed route takes about an hour to complete and has quite a few decent places in between where you can stop to get a Shandy! The route is a perfect combination of straights and bends and also lets bikers enjoy a ride through a beautiful village that links them up.

The primary routes to Huddersfield are the A62 Leeds Road, A629 Halifax Road, A641 Bradford Road, A62 Manchester Road and A640 New Hey Road.

Another exciting biking route option for bikers is a ride from Ripponden to Huddersfield (A672-A640). Bikers can start off by heading northwest (Hirstwood) towards the A58 Halifax Road. They can continue following the A58 and then take a left moving on the Oldham Road (A672). They can continue on this road for about 9.4 kilometers.

Bikers can head on to the Ripponden Road (A672) to the south towards Brimmy Croft Lane and take a left onto the Huddersfield Road (A640).  

Biking Accommodation near Huudersfield

Bradford is the nearest city to Huddersfield. So bikers doing a trip around this area can find several budget-friendly and bike-friendly accommodations. One such affordable biking accommodation is the Ibis Hotel situated in central Bradford. The hotel is just 12 miles away from the Bradford International Airport. Bikers can easily access to the M62 when putting up at this hotel.

There are nearly 86 modern guest rooms at the Ibis and the rooms are fully equipped with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV and en-suite shower. You can enjoy a lavish buffet breakfast each morning while staying at the hotel. There is indoor parking available at the hotel, though it is limited.

Another great biking accommodation in West Yorkshire is the Milford Hotel, which is located between York and Leeds. It has something to offer to everyone, including bikers riding in and around Huddersfield.

While staying at the Milford Hotel, you are just thirty minutes away (by car) from the famous York city and Leeds. The ‘Xscape Indoor Ski and Entertainment Centre’ is also just 10 minutes away from the hotel.

Huddersfield Falcon Motor Cycle Club

This famous motor cycle club came into being in the year 1952 after the Foyle brothers put an advertisement in the Huddersfield Examiner. The club “runs” got advertised in various motorcycling magazines. These runs began from the club patron’s garage at Oxford Street, Huddersfield.

The earlier month’s meeting was where the destination of these runs was decided. In 1956, after the development of an off-road interest, the club decided to join the A.C.U.

Various gymkhanas got staged from 1958 to 1968 at Greenhead Park in Huddersfield. The first ever open trial of the club was staged at the ancient Rising Sun Inn in Cartworth Moor. The club had membership of more than three hundred people in 2003.

As far as the recent history of the club is concerned, Simon Tyas has perhaps been its most popular successful rider. He started his motor biking career on cycling trial bikes. He was the winner of numerous B and C class youth championships in Britain.

Later primarily on GasGas machines, Simon won the famous Dick Farqharson National Trial (Dorset) as well as the Victory National (Wales). He was also the winner of the SSDT Ben Nevis Challenge award in 1992 as he finished in second place after Graham Jarvis. Besides these accolades and awards, he has also won two Scott spoons. He is a nine-time winner of the Club Championship.

For numerous years, Simon was helped and supported by Tony Kaye (B & B Motorcycles). Tony is an expert at the Yorkshire Centre and has also won the Club Championship a number of times. The SSDT is his most favorite event and he has participated in it 13 times! An excellent team was formed by Simon, Andrew Jackson and Tony Kaye as they rode for the prestigious Huddersfield Falcons, winning the 1994 and 1998 Yorkshire Centre Team Trial.

The club hosts motor cycling trial events today for all age groups. There are specific courses and events targeted at junior beginners and then there are Yorkshire Centre events organized for the professional riders.

Things bikers should watch out for!

Huddersfield is a manufacturing town but the largest employer is the university, saying this be aware that students are everywhere, there is a recorded stat that 10 bikers a year in Huddersfield hit a student, whether or not they are drunk or unaware of the highway code we are not sure! Stay safe people!

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