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Bridlington Cycle Route 2 Easy

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Bridlington Cycle Route 2 Easy

Easy 
Distance in Miles 1.2 
Distance in Kilometres 1.9

A great ride for family groups or newer riders with lovely views of the seafront, using the off-road cycle route along the Promenade. The promenade can be busy with pedestrians and is also shared with the land train, so take care on this section of the route. 1.2 miles/1.9km or 10 minutes riding time each way.

Setting off from the seafront side of the Spa, ride along Spa Promenade, Princess Mary Promenade and then follow the signed National Cycle Network (NCN) route 111 up to Belvedere Parade.

The ride then goes down Belvedere Parade to the Park and Ride. Turn around and retrace the route to the Spa. This ride can be extended by linking with Route 3 to Carnaby.

Did you know...
The Spa, Bridlington, was named the New Spa and Gardens when it was first built in 1896. Visitors could stroll through 5 acres (2 ha) of gardens, enjoy a visit to the refreshment rooms and theatre or simply listen to the band playing in the glass domed bandstand. There was a lake filled by the mineral rich spring water.

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