Way of the Roses 170 mile coast to coast cycle route from Morecambe to Bridlington
This September saw the launch of the fabulous new Way of the Roses coast to coast cycle route from the West coast town of Morecambe to the East coast town of Bridlington. The new cycle route also coincides with the national cycle network (NCN) celebrating its 15th anniversary. The Way of the Roses consists of the following terrain: visitors-totally free paths, on-road cycle lanes and country lanes.
Passing by way of 3 counties, Lancashire, North Yorkshire and the East Riding, the route has been warmly welcomed by local businesses such as hotels, bed and breakfasts, restaurants, shops and many others Whose services will all benefit from the Way of the Roses.
Cyclists will have clocked up an very difficult total distance of 170 miles! As grueling as this may seem to several, the route takes in some of the UK’s most breathtaking scenery and is a cyclists dream.
With cycling growing in popularity, the Way of the Roses is already attracting a vast amount of interest from cyclists all more than the globe who are preparing to add this new route to their sporting calendar.
The route itself is appropriate for cyclists of all levels and abilities with a lot of picking to ride the Way of the roses as component of a holiday encounter and complete the route more than 3, four or five days, this gives them the opportunity to sample the delights of places such as Lancaster, the Yorkshire Dales, and the historic city of York have to offer.