The decision by dozens of motorcyclists to stop off in Hawes has angered local residents.
The relaxation of the rules surrounding the lockdown coupled with the warm weather has encouraged bikers to head into the Dales over the last two days.
Dozens of motorcyclists stopped off during their ride in Hawes prompting concern that they would increase the risk of locals getting the coronavirus.
With the public toilets closed, there were also reports of bikers urinating in the car park behind the toilet block.
Hawes and High Abbotside parish council chair Jill McMullon said was extremely angry about the behaviour of the bikers.
She added: “There is no social distancing at all – there’s literally dozens and dozens of bikes.
“Local people are having to walk in the centre of the road to keep a safe distance.
“This kind of activity will result in a spike in coronavirus.”
Photos of the bikers posted on social media have attracted hundreds of comments.
One person said: “That’s naughty and bloody disgusting.
“I’m all for getting out about in the open countryside but forming gatherings in a small village I don’t think this is okay.”
But others defended the bikers saying the law now allowed people to travel around the country.