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Bridlington Cycle Route 1 Easy

Easy 
Distance in Miles 1.5 
Distance in Kilometres 2.6

A great ride for family groups or newer riders using quiet roads and a seafront off-road cycle route along North Promenade.

The promenade is busy with pedestrians during the summer months and also shared with the land train, so take care on this section of the route.

1.5 miles/2.6km, or 15 minutes riding time each way.

Leave Sewerby Hall, turn left down Church Lane and then left along Seagate. Continue past the Ship Inn, taking the first left down Sea Gate View following National Cycle Network (NCN) route 1 to the cliff top off-road cycle route.

Follow the NCN route 111 signs past the start and end point of the Way of the Roses Cycle route, bearing right up the slope of the land train route where you will see the East Riding Leisure building.

Turn around and retrace the route to Sewerby Hall.

Did you know... During the Second World War, The Orangery at Sewerby Hall was used as a 22-bed ward for the RAF’s convalescent hospital. In the summer the patients’ beds were taken outside during the day to help them recuperate in the gardens.

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