Limited edition cycling illustration print featuring the Yorkshire White Horse for Bike For Bailey
I have illustrated a limited edition print for the Bike for Bailey charity. It features the White Horse near Kilburn in North Yorkshire and young Bailey ripping past it on his adapted trike.
You can get the print here from Cyclometrics. It’s £25 plus postage for an A2 print.
Bike for Bailey celebrates Bailey Smiths achievements in cycling. Despite having Cerebral Palsy, Bailey has completed numerous challenges. The cycle ride has been dramatically captured by local artist Ed Clews and depicts Bailey Smith on his adapted three wheel bike cycling past the iconic White Horse at Kilburn.
The White Horse is a big chalk figure cut into the hillside between Sutton Bank and Kilburn in North Yorkshire. I’ve ridden up past it plenty and it’s pretty hard. It’s a category 3 climb that wriggles past the horse itself and up to the glider club at the top. You can always stop for an ice cream in the car park on the way down or make your way to The Dutch House in Crayke.