CYCLING

WAY OF THE ROSES

The Way of the Roses is a 170 mile coast-to-coast cycle route from Morecambe in the west, to Bridlington on Yorkshire’s renowned east coast; passing through some of the finest landscape in the country. The route consists of traffic-free paths, on-road cycle lanes, country lanes and quieter roads.

Most cyclists tackle the route from west to east as this offers the greatest chance of having a tail wind, but the route is well-signed in both directions with good rail links into/out of Morecambe and Bridlington. The start/end point at Morecambe is on the sea front and is marked by a Way of the Roses sign and information board.  In Bridlington the start/finish is similarly marked by the info board and signage.

ROUTES THROUGH HUGGATE

There are endless different routes passing through Huggate for cycling. The most popular being Millington Pastures, Warter and Nunburnholme!