Cycling in the Barrow area Walney to Wear Information on the continuous ‘coast-to-coast’ route between Walney Island, on the Cumbrian Coast, and Wearmouth, on the North Sea…

Cycling in the Barrow area

Shorter rides

Day cycle and train trips between Barrow, Ulverston and Grange-over-Sands are popular.

Longer rides

Barrow is the start of the Walney to Wear (W2W) renumbered May 2012 to National route 70. There are 2 route options,, the original route to Sunderland and the alternative route Walney to Whitby which has been renumbered National route 165. Combine the Walney to Wear (W2W) with the Sea to Sea Cycle Route (C2C), Hadrian’s Cycleway or the Reivers Cycle Route for a circular ‘coast to coast’ tour.

Why not try the Barrow to Coniston cycle route.

Tour de Furness

The Rotary Club of Furness has been organising the Tour de Furness, charity cycle event since 1995 and has seen the event grow bigger and better every year.

Morecambe Bay Cycle Route

The Morecambe Bay Cycle Route is a family-friendly, long distance route, suitable for entry-level touring cyclists and will be no. 700 on the National Cycle Network (NCN). And importantly it is designed so that you'll never be far from a loo, a view or a brew!