Admire the chalk-cliff coastline as you cycle via Sewerby Hall and Gardens to Bempton Cliffs. Lock your bike to the racks at the RSPB nature reserve visitor centre and walk to the dramatic cliff tops. The cliffs become England's largest seabird colony from April to August when hundreds of thousands of breeding birds nest here. Then it's inland to Rudston village with its chalk stream and the largest freestanding Neolithic stone in Britain. Return along Woldgate Roman Road and through Bridlington's historic Old Town. Bridlington and Bempton (an alternative start point) are on the Yorkshire Coast railway line.
Cycle Route: Circular Route from Bridlington (via Sewerby, Bempton, Buckton, Grindale, Argham, Rudston and Boynton)
Public toilets are available in Bridlington: Boat Compound - Belvedere Parade, Hilderthorpe Road, Limekiln Lane, Princess Mary Promenade, Queen Street, Royal Princess Parade, South Cliff Gardens, South Marine Drive.
Choice of eateries in Bridlington. Tearoom, fish & chip shop and pub in Sewerby. Farmshop tearoom at Marton. Shop and pub in Bempton. Vegetarian trailer cafe at RSPB visitor centre. Pub in Rudston. Opening times will vary.