Bay Cycle Way

Morecambe Bay's fantasic cycle way. Have your own big adventure on two wheels! 

From Walney Island, Barrow-in-Furness to Glass Dock, Lancashire, the award-winning Bay Cycle Way (NCN 700) is 130km of relatively flat cycle routes around the Bay.

It is a family-friendly, long distance route, suitable for entry-level touring cyclists. And importantly it is designed so that you'll never be far from a loo, a view or a brew!

The Route

The Map

Suggested 4 day itinerary

What it's all about

Hire an electric bike along the Bay Cycle Way

Join the Bay Cycle Way volunteers

See the latest news on maintenance around the Bay

Bay Cycle Way, NCN 700 from Morecambe Bay Partnership on Vimeo.

A fun, friendly way of enjoying and exploring our spectacular coastline.

Move long at your own pace, stop off for awesome views, sample mouthwatering local food, see our history come alove and feel the warmth of the Morecambe Bay welcome!

Uncover the secrets of this stunning land and seascape and be intrigued and inspired by our natural environment, vibrant communities and pround heritage.

We'll continue to work for improvements and to add more no-traffic sections as funding allows. 

A cycle way isn't about bikes, it's about the kind of world we want to live in.

We're working for a better world: happier and greener; healthier and fairer.

Read about the test cycle ride of the route, which took place in September 2014.



Images copyright Susannah Bleakley, MBP and Janet Barton MBP

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