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|Total distance:||171 miles (274 km)|
|Duration:||4 nights, 3 days cycling|
|Min daily distance:||52 miles (83 km)|
|Max daily distance:||62 miles (99 km)|
|Season:||2nd January - 24th December|
|Start of holiday:||Morecambe|
|End of holiday:||Bridlington|
Day 1: Travel to Morecambe where your first nights' accommodation has been booked
Day 2: Morecambe to Grassington. 52 miles (83km)
Day 3: Grassington to York. 57.5 miles (92km)
Day 4: York to Bridlington. 62 miles (99km)
Day 5: Depart from Bridlington after breakfast
The itinerary above shows our preferred overnight stops, but if accommodation is not available at any one of these locations, we may alter the itinerary slightly.
Detailed travel information is sent to you in your holiday pack, but we have provided a summary below.
|The most convenient major cities and international airports are Leeds Bradford and Manchester.|
|There is a rail station at the start of the route (Morecambe) and at the end of the route (Bridlington).
From London - You can catch a train from London Euston to Morecambe.
Please note that most train lines will allow for bikes to be taken on board. We advise that you check on https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/ as you may need to book a space for your bike or there may be a limit as to how many bikes the train can store.
|For advice on driving to the start of the trail, please visit www.theaa.com which has a very useful route planner.
Please note that most buses in the UK are unable to store bikes on board so we would recommend avoiding this form of transport.
Return to Start
|The easiest way to return to the start of the route is by taking a train from Bridlington to Morecambe.|
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