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B-i-F Rail to WotR Start 2mi Mon 22 Mar
Day 22 Barrow to Walney 7mi 12 Jun 2019
Roys Fav 7mi 11 Feb 2019
pennington to furness abbey 7mi 8 Jun 2017
From BIF 2mi 6 Jun 2016
Sandscale Haws National Nature Reserve 6mi 3 Mar 2014
Furness Abbey 5mi 3 Mar 2014

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Our newest route guide: the Morecambe Bay Cycle Way

16 Jun 2015

The newly opened Bay Cycle Way, an 80-mile tour around Morecambe Bay, opened this weekend – and we’re pleased to celebrate with the latest addition to our detailed UK…

Explore Morecambe Bay with new touring route

18 Sep 2014 · 1

A scenic touring route is being devised to follow the coast around Morecambe Bay, from Barrow-in-Furness all the way to Lancaster and beyond. The 100-mile Bay Cycle Way will be…

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Weekend rides

Find somewhere to cycle this weekend. Here’s our route-planner’s top picks around Barrow-in-Furness:

Furness Abbey · 5mi round-trip
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National Cycle Network

Cycle routes in Barrow-in-Furness

The National Cycle Network is a great way to find traffic-free routes and quiet lanes. These routes pass through Barrow-in-Furness:

To Ulverston, Grange-Over-Sands, Kendal, Kirkby Stephen, Barnard Castle, Willington, Brandon, Durham, Hetton-Le-Hole and Sunderland.

Knowledge

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What are the roads like? Which are the most cycle-friendly cafés? Where’s your favourite place for a Saturday afternoon spin? Share your knowledge with other local cyclists.

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cycle.travel now has Ordnance Survey maps

Friday 2 April · 2

Ordnance Survey maps are justly famed for their clear, detailed coverage of the British countryside. Generations of cyclists have planned their adventures with an OS map or two stuffed in…