This is the third in a series of local biking guides, joining Aire Valley Biking Guide covering the neighbouring area down towards Keighley and Bradford. This new title deals with Wharfedale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, based on the popular visitor centre of Grassington. The six selected runs average a modest 8 miles each, and concentrate on quality of terrain and surroundings in preference to quantity and 'head-down' mileage. Places visited include Linton, Mastiles Lane, Bolton Abbey and Appletreewick. As much of the routes as possible are off-road, and surfaced sections are largely on quiet country lanes. All have been checked for accuracy and legal access. There is relative ease of accessibility from the West Yorkshire and East Lancashire towns to this favourite valley of the Dales. Concise route descriptions and sketch maps are complemented by background information and illustrations capturing the flavour of the surroundings. The rides have easily located starting points and wherever possible feature refreshment halts along the way. The author's many years of walking in the district have served as a useful pointer to the best biking routes.