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Bicycle repair work station and cycle parking

Fat bike racks at Cambridge Park

Bike rack at the end of the Hobart Rivulet Path

Bike racks at the front of the Bicycle Network Office

Bike stands near the entrance to CentrePoint Carpark

Fat bike stands at Cambridge Park shopping Centre

Bike rack at the entrance to Centrepoint.

A hoop on a post

New fat bike rack in Station Street Reserve

Traffic calming width restriction and a pair of horses

Range Rover pavement parking

#carsoncycleroutes these people have a nice driveway. Would have been nice to use it instead of the cyclelane :)

Cut-through in the chainlink fence

Warning signs on this new road and pavement parking

Sign to discourage people going from cutting across the grass from the pavement

Wheel channel unusable, blocked by handrail

Zigzag ramp with tight corners and steps

3 Parking Stands

Two parking stands

Fence and new kerbs blocking access to Partingdale Lane

Diagonal implied crossing, paint's a bit worn already.

Diagonal implied crossing rather than straight matching the desire line to the stairs

Cycle Network sign

Direction signage

Central island for crossing Marsh Lane

Give way

Cycle exit lane from A1. Looks unused, full of dirt and rubbish

Cyclists dismount and direction signage

Tarmac shared track

Exit lane for any bicycles travelling on the A1 Barnet Bypass who'd like to turn left. Full of grass and dirt

Entrance to golf club, slip road approaching from the north so traffic could be travelling at speed

Worn out SLOW markings on the shared path

Gap to the left of the gate is slightly narrow but straight so useable

Wooden arch over footpath

Footpath signs

Poor access to this paved cut-through

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The 12 most recently modified photos

RF55 MWM obstructing cycle lane outside Abbeycroft Leisure Centre and Council offices, both offering ample parking spaces.

Qu├ębec's Route Verte no.1 on a steep hill in Riviere-du-Loup PQ

Ramp for wheelchairs rather than cycles.

New housing development, ideal location for walking/cycling permeability linking up to lcn89

David Hembrow at John o'Groats having ridden from Land's End in July 2006. There is a full description of the ride here:

Dropped kerb to paved cut-through

Shared-use link to the Huntingdon Road cycleways

New crossing from Girton to Eddington under construction

Three sets of cycle stands on the Ridgeway, Eddington

Cycle parking in a new section of the Eddington development

Link to a new section of the Eddington development (and a shared-use sign that has been crashed into)

The route to the right is shown as a cycleway, the route to the left is also open for cycling.

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  • Icon 142539 Pavements too narrow and useless hatched area of road alongside allows cars to cut the corner, making exit from glebe avenue by bike v. dangerous
  • Icon 142538 Cycleway in/out of Leicester
  • Icon 142537 There is no comparable route from Balsall Common to Knowle/Solihull. This road is very dangerous and windy with no pavement.
  • Icon 142536 We need dedicated cycleways not only throughout our counties but across the UK - we are way behind the likes of the Netherlands; where you can cycle from one end of the country to the other - on dedicated cycleways - without the risk or fear of being mowed over by a motorised vehicle. The other thing we desperately need in this country is education! I fear for my life every time I'm out cycling, especially when on my own.
  • Icon 142535 Current shared pavement is too narrow for pedestrians, let alone cyclists as well. There is a lot of road/verge space for a proper segregated cycleway to connect into existing provision closer to Orpington
  • Icon 142534 There would be space for a proper segregated cycle way between Chislehurst and Sidcup along Perry Street. Currently many inexperienced cyclists only feel confident on the pavement here.
  • Icon 142533 Bike Share Station Here please
  • Icon 142532 Road is narrow and lots of on-street parking. Consider how to link the two schools in Chilworth by cycle.
  • Icon 142531 Make one pavement for pedestrians and the other pavement for bikes
  • Icon 142530 Roundabout is very tricky as uphill very fast to the right / create waiting zone at foot of Tolladine Road to give cycles a head start - hatch no entry areas on junction as cars queue and block access
  • Icon 142529 Cars parked on both side of the road and cycling on footpath too narrow. Difficult to see oncoming traffic and as you cycle downhill, often cars will pull out of junctions without consideration for cyclists. It would be better to have cycling Lane off the footpath here.
  • Icon 142528 This is a 30mph limited road, but many cars go too fast. Many children could use it to cycle to school if there was a segregated cycle lane

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