I'm lucky enough to have the Mary Towneley Loop on my doorstep, a quick loop on the Shore section is a great way to wind down after a day at the keyboard.
The Ruins of 'Four Acre Mill' (c. 1810) at a point on the map called 'Paradise'. This had a 36ft water wheel and huge lodge (now grown over) to provide a consistent head of water.
The wooded valleys and cloughs which run down into the upper Calder valley near Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd are enchanting places to explore.
The Bridleway between Shore, Littleborough and Wardle offer varied views and weather.
I love the SeeSense Icon light – it's an amazing light for visibility, and having Bluetooth connectivity means you can set it up as an anti-theft device too for the all important coffee stops, and text your love ones if it thinks you've fallen over which is great for pro-solitude riders like myself. It packs a lot of tech into a tidy "waterproof" package, but...