Length: 8km (Estimated ride time 1.5 to 2 hours)
Route type: Loop
This flat, gentle route follows the John Muir Way along the Bo’ness foreshore. Starting at the Corbie Inn, access the coastal path and ride from one end of the town to the other. On the way, you’ll pass art installations and sculptures as you cycle along the Firth of Forth. From April to October, you might also spot steam trains puffing along the track at the nearby Bo’ness and Kinneil Railway. This working heritage railway is run by volunteers from the Scottish Railway Preservation Society. It is also the site of Scotland’s largest railway museum. Enjoy the stunning views along the shore and across to the Ochil Hills as you ride back to where you started in Bo’ness. The 8km round trip takes approximately two hours to complete.
Please note that, as these Trishaw or Wheelchair Transporter rides are piloted by volunteers, they must be pre-booked with Cycling Without Age Scotland and they will be subject to the availability of volunteers. Cycling Without Age Scotland can be contacted on 01324 467 272 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Map location: EH51 0AX
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