From Ripley take the A61 to Ripon Plenty of sweeping bends all the way popular with bikes and also popular with coppers keep both eyes open
A great combination of straights, corners and changes in elevation. Check out the Devil's Punch Bowl (Hole Of Horcum). Can be busy during peak periods but otherwise very good.
An interesting combination of nice corners through quite a nice part of the country. Can be quite busy with tourist traffic during nice weather/holiday periods.
Open roads and twisty bends, some great riding. A couple of small villages in between to slow you down, other than that its throttle, throttle, throttle. Newby Wisk, the North Yorkshire Police HQ is off this road so take a little more care nearer Northallerton, but i've not seen any police yet.
The road from Devils Bridge to Sedbergh is twisty has reasonable visibilty and plenty of diverse corners. The section after Sedbergh is much more open and flowing better road surface and less likelyhood of sped traps. Devils Bridge area can be a chore on summer Sundays. I prefer early Saturday mornings - still plenty of bikes about but not too much in the way of tourist traffic. From Brough there is an excellent route to Alston via Middleton in Teesdale. From Alston you can travel to Haydon Bridge or Penrith on the A686 whichever way you choose the roads are excellent.