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Welcome to our ride from the cafe at the summit of Hartside to Melmerby. The road (A686) is superb with loads of tight twisties with a drop from over 1,800 feet to just over 600ft. Hope you enjoy.
Welcome to our Morecambe Bay ride. On this part we leave the M6 motorway at junction 36 (South Lakes and Kirkby Lonsdale) and head for Hest Bank near Morecambe via some lovely narrow lanes and through some picturesque villages. We arrive at the level crossing at Hest Bank just in time to see two high speed trains go by. After the automatic gates open, we ride along the little coast road and park up. We are ready for something to eat. This is where part two takes over.
Welcome to Part two of our Morecambe Bay ride. On this part we take a walk around Hest Bank. After we had our Brunch at the Bay Crossing Cafe we headed for the Lancaster & Kendal canal and had a little walk along the Canal towpath. We then headed for the railway crossing and watched some trains go by. The views across Morecambe Bay are simply stunning. The weather was beautiful with a lovely sea breeze so lots of fresh air. We hope you have enjoyed our little walk around Hest Bank. Please see part 3 for more of this very enjoyable ride out.
Welcome to part three of our Morecambe Bay ride. On this part we leave Hest Bank and head to Morecambe. Morecambe is a traditional English seaside town that has always been overshadowed by it’s bigger and more brash neighbour Blackpool. I personally prefer Morecambe because it offers a less commercialised holiday experience, together with unbeatable views of the Lake District. Please see the next part which is the CapCam walkabout.
Welcome to our Morecambe walkabout. Here we take a walk along the Morecambe Promenade and take in the lovely Lake District views as well as Morecambe’s excellent seafront. We hope you enjoy our video and please comment Like and Subscribe at FJR Biker Paul.
Welcome to the final part of our Morecambe Bay series. On this part we depart Morecambe seafront and head for the ferry terminal at Heysham. We were checking out the local roads in preparation for our upcoming annual holiday later this Month to the Isle Of Man. We hope you have found this series interesting. Please comment, Like and share.