** updated** First event of 2023 – course map now available for Saturday 21st at Galphay

Happy New Year everyone! Hopefully your key resolution for 2023 is to ride a few more NYMBO events!!

We start this year with another of our two hour Winter Series events, this time at Galphay Moors, organised by David Day.

Event centre is The Galphay Inn, HG4 3NJ

We will be using the minor roads around Galphay & some hard surface bridleways, there will always be an option to avoid softer areas. 2 map notes that are important – a deep ford with a cobble bottom can be found at the west of the area, don’t try to go through; there is a door in the N wall of Studley Deer Park which can be used by bikes, both these are marked on the map. Take care on the B road runs through the south part of the map

Car parking: There is no car park of any size at the pub, please park tidily in the village with respect for residents.

Food is available at the pub, it will help the pub if we let them know our food selections in advance. The menu is below – if you’ve already entered please drop an email with your selection; otherwise please include your choice on the entry form.

Reserve your map using the web form here (deadline Thursday 19th)

The BMBO online entry system is still being fixed for payments, so please either complete a bank transfer (details will be sent separately if you don’t have them), or pay cash on the day (correct amount appreciated)

Event course map

21st January course map

Galphay Inn Lunch Menu

1 thought on “** updated** First event of 2023 – course map now available for Saturday 21st at Galphay

  1. Pingback: Event details for Galphay on Saturday – MapRun download now available | nymbo : north yorkshire mountain bike orienteers

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