Ustka and the nearby area will also be enjoyed by cyclists. There are several bicycle routes, from several hundred meters to over a kilometer long, located here. The city is also crossed by the long-distance route R-10, also known as the Seaside Hanseatic Trail that circles the Baltic Sea; its total length is over 8.5 thousand km (588 km in Poland).
It is worth making a tour towards Rowy along a section known as the Trail of Rolled Tracks. The path was largely run along the embankments of the former railway line. It is 23 km long, although it can be extended with a loop around Lake Gardno (60 km in total). The well-maintained route has been fit with rest areas. To the opposite direction, there is the Seaside Hanseatic Trail leading from Ustka to Jarosławiec, which continues to Darłowo along the very sea. In the villages of Pęplino and Zaleskie, there are links to Słupsk (the latter runs through the historic Swołowo).
To the south from Ustka you can follow the USB-S Trail, or Ustka-Słupsk-Bytów-Sominy, leading through the beautiful landscapes of Pomerania and Kashubia.