Scarborough rescue volunteers called out to help cyclists over the weekend
Scarborough rescue volunteers were called out twice over the weekend, both times to help bike riders.
Scarborough and Ryedale Mountain Rescue Team were getting ready for a training exercise when they were called to Dixon's Hollow in Dalby Forest at 4.40pm on Saturday where paramedics were treating an injured mountain biker.
Using a stretcher, the rescue team carried the rider to a waiting ambulance.
Yesterday, at 4.09pm, they were deployed to a bridleway in the Vale of Pickering where a cyclist had suffered an ankle inkle injury.
The team treated the female rider and helped into one of their vehicles before taking her to a waiting ambulance.