Our Saturday night camp is at the wonderful High Paradise Farm. Semi wild camping is on offer, with food and entertainment all thrown in. We will have live music in the courtyard on Saturday night, and there will be films in the tea room throughout the evening.
Ginni and her team will be rattling out tasty hand made Pizza straight from the wood burning oven, Hog Roast, Pasta bakes, Lasagne etc. and will be serving up proper Yorkshire ales from the nearby Helmsley Brewery as you arrive. And don't forget the array of cake and tray bakes in the tea room! They will also be fueling you up on Sunday morning with breakfast rolls and big mugs of tea and coffee.
A token on arrival gets you a hot meal and a beer on Saturday Night, and breakfast roll or Porridge, and a drink on Sunday morning.
We have a cracking line up on the Saturday@Paradise Stage from 8pm, this years headliner being the incredibly gifted Lewis Floyd Henry. Described as the world's greatest one man band, racking up over 15 million views on his various social media chanels, with an awesome mix up of music styles and genres. Think Hendrix and Beefheart joining the Wu Tang Clan, and you are half way there!
Further acts to be announced soon, plus a mellow DJ set aftershow with DeadRum
ALPKIT and Sonder Bikes will be on-site with all their latest kit and demo fleet, offering a 10% discount prior and during the event. They will also be bringing along some of their adventurous Alpkiteers, including Tom and Rich Seipp who will be talking of their adventures including taking part in the 2019 Tour Divide
High Paradise hosted the infamous Boltby Bash back in the early 1990's and has been looking after mountain bikers and walkers that pass along the Cleveland Way for thirty years. Its a beautiful spot, with miles of open moorland behind, forest in front and also very remote, access being from an ancient drove road.
Take a look at their website for more details. If you would like to book one of the rooms, please contact Ginni direct through the website. Don't forget to mention MoorsOneHundred when booking.
This is a bike packing event, there are no vehicles or camper vans allowed on site over the weekend. There is no provision for the organisers to transport luggage from the start (they will be riding too and carrying their own kit). It may be possible to drop kit off the night before, but its not really in the spirit of the event. It's expected that all kit is carried during the ride.