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This is a busy cycle route from Fulbourn into Cambridge. Building works have left no provision for people riding. https://t.co/xJ9Y6Fjbc6

Quick Quiz! Which environment would you like to ride in? The wildlife decimated, shredded-litter strewn dry one on the left? Or the wild meadow-like, diverse, flora and fauna rich one on the right? https://t.co/Id7QNzljdK

This is behaviour from someone driving that is not usual but is far more prevalent than it should be. As someone riding, I have the right to not be threatened by others behaviour. We have lanes to indicate where we have priority. At the ... [more]

High capacity lo-high cycle parking with anchor point that conveniently allows the frame to be locked to the rack.

Overranking continues despite the Covid-19 lockdown.

Fairly new parking, I think, on King St, with space for cargo bikes above an access hatch.

Strange to install steelwork that's pretty useless except for cycle parking, and then plaster No Cycling stickers on them.

It's hard to see what purpose this serves as EXCEPT as cycle parking - so why the No Cycles stickers?

Nature reclaiming cycle parking during the Covid-19 lockdown

Strange - absurdly over-specified cycle stands with the other side taken out of use to allow a second car to be squeezed in (as visible on Google satellite).

Strange - absurdly over-specified cycle stands with this side taken out of use to allow a second car to be squeezed in (as visible on Google satellite).

Start of new advisory cycle lanes painted by Cambridgeshire County Council because proper mandatory lanes would take time and effort.

New advisory cycle lanes painted by Cambridgeshire County Council because proper mandatory lanes would take time and effort.

New advisory cycle lanes painted by Cambridgeshire County Council because proper mandatory lanes would take time and effort - so drivers leave cars in the cycle lane and the cyclist is pushed out into the road.

Works on this path to Huntingdon Road have finished and locals have pushed aside the barriers. Time to remove them properly.

Access by stile only on this footpath - now that the A14 works are complete, surely it's time to allow access for bikes and wheelchairs again?

Erstwhile cattle creep, now a tunnel under the A1237 (York ring road), opened in late 2019. It is between Main Street (Knapton) and Northfield Lane and is the final part of the Rufforth to Knapton route. It gives: a) Rufforth residents an a ... [more]

Cycle parking for construction workers at the Cavendish III Lab

Considerate Contractors provide cycle parking for construction workers at the Cavendish III Lab

Cycle parking at the Vet School

Covered cycle parking at the Vet School

Temporary access to the Vet School during construction of the Cavendish III Lab - dropped kerb needed

Temporary access to the Vet School during construction of the Cavendish III Lab - dropped kerb needed

Spokes cycle cafe near Codicote

Ford on Fulling Mill Lane

Ayot St Peter church by National Route 12. A useful landmark.

If only there was some space for cycling on Queen Margaret Drive.

The popup closure of Kelvin Way to motor traffic has created space for walking and cycling.

The popup closure of Kelvin Way to motor traffic has created space for walking and cycling.

The popup closure to motor traffic of Kelvin Way has created space for walking and cycling, since Kelvingrove Park has been very busy. It is usually solid with parked cars and motor traffic passing through.

A popup road closure of Kelvin Way to motor traffic through Kelvingrove Park, to create space for walking and cycling instead.

The covered walkway at the SECC is temporarily closed, due to the use of the building as a temporary hospital.

A rather inconspicuous diversion sign for the SECC covered walkway closure, facing the wrong way.

Pedestrians aren't meant to use the north side of the gyratory at the Hydro, and it isn't much more suitable for cycling either. There used to be a direct underpass link towards the SECC here, but it was filled in when the gyratory was b ... [more]

The gyratory doesn't even have a footway at the back of the Hydro car park, and with the SECC covered walkway closed, people are finding their way to Finnieston as best they can.

The gyratory at the Hydro. To get back onto Finnieston Street, take lane 3 through this junction, lane 2 around the corner, and regain the inside lane after the next turn.

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St. John's College, Cambridge

Three dimensional map of central Cambridge outside Gt. St. Mary's Church.

St. John's College, Cambridge

St Albans Road

Aylesborough Close

RIchmond Terrace

Somewhere near Leutershcach, see #114418

And guess what I'm doing next! Cycling in Taiwan

Unofficial warning sign? 🚲 Cyclists beware traffic crossing on green!

Some cycle racks in Kingston upon Thames

This photo is somewhere in Cardiff, probably. What does this sign mean? Is it a one-way for cycling?

Drakes Cycles https://www.drakescycles.co.uk/

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  • Icon 123502 Safe space for cycling between Highworth and SWINDON, Faringdon and Lechlade
  • Icon 123501 Please deal with the pavement parking on this street
  • Icon 123500 Footway too narrow for social distancing, plus route use as a cut-through (avoiding Brighton Road/Sutton High Street and the one-way gyratory). Restricting through motor traffic over railway bridge, whilst retaining full local access, would help provide a safer, more pleasant, cycling and walking route between Sutton town centre and residential neighbourhoods to the south. Potential for future options to provide an additional entrance to the platforms at Sutton railway station, and enhancement to the public realm.
  • Icon 123499 Better visibility required for both cars and cycklists on this spot. Its hard for cars to see and anticipate cyclists on the pathwho are about to cross, and hard for cyclists to gauge cars about to come in. A zebra crossing could be useful.
  • Icon 123498 Protected cycle lanes needed all the way down Christchurch Rd
  • Icon 123497 School street or protected cycle lanes needed for St Clements and Bethany school. Also lift cycling ban in churchyard.
  • Icon 123496 A lot of cyclist's and walkers using the road but difficult with the narrow bridge by the pilot and amount of traffic which does not like giving way.
  • Icon 123495 Good protected cycle routes needed all the Way down Ashley Road, especially for the school and access to the Stadium.
  • Icon 123494 On Alfreton road, insufficient cycle space is made particularly worse by frequent excessively speeding drivers. Driving speed should be reduces and enforced. Alfreton road is taken by many deliveroo cyclists. Making this area of town as cyclable as castle boulevard is a matter of equality.
  • Icon 123493 Two way cycle lane that uses a one way road for cars, but also have to contend with traffic for KFC.
  • Icon 123492 Protected cycle lanes needed all the way along Holdenhurst Road
  • Icon 123491 Good cycle route but needs lighting.

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