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Excellent bike shop in Hinckley.

New development along Sketchley Brook.

Cycleway ends and reverts to a footpath here.

Good stands next to the library entrance.

Shared use comes to an end, cyclists continue on the road at this junction. CYCLISTS REJOIN CARRIAGEWAY

A child's bike-sized rack among the cycle parking in this play area.

Saturday afternoon and used Mobikes cluster around the Grand Arcade entrance.

I thought the covert CCTV warning was about cycling, but it is about dog poop.

Shame about the wheel benders, but at least the cycle parking is right next to the main entrance.

Path heading towards Poolsbrook from Seymour / Netherthorpe, can get quite muddy other side of gate, but there's a better way by going left immediately after the ballast and staying in front of the fence until access opens up a little furth ... [more]

Access linking Seymour trails and Poolsbrook Country Park over tip, can get quite muddy but only alternative is using the road.

Access over bridge towards Shuttlewood / Woodside

gravel surface track on old pit tip, great for mountain biking or walking

Track on old old pit tip

track around old pit tip

track around old pit tip , a good loop for mountain bikes

decent surface track leading around lower edges of tip, great for mountain biking

Secure fence and well locked gate onto Buttermilk Lane

Cycle parking (mostly staff) at the Dundee Backpackers Hostel

Lane specifically for mobility scooters in Costa Teguise, Lanzarote. The red area appears to be for bikes but no symbols marked.

NCN route 77 sign, only visible if you're not actually on route 77. Most cyclists presumably end up on the A85 dual-carriageway.

Me: hooray I can take a bus to work and not worry about road layouts or roadworks. Also me: I must photograph and tweet this it’s awful. (Dartmouth Rd by Sydenham School).

A car transporter parked across the footway and cycle lane.

Cambridge North signed.

Silting up due to failed drainage.

Foot access to Coldham’s Common.

Eildon hills from Scotts View

Nothing says ‘Quietway’ quite like some destroyed child-sized bollards! @willnorman

The only (?) Segregated cycleway between Midlothian and the city and it's used as parking on a frequent basis for housing development. @lmacinnessnp @SEStCC @SpokesLothian

Good use of space at King's College School - though I'd have put the cycle stands in at a slight angle.

The junction has been resurfaced and repainted and cycle lights have been added at the crossing over Chaucer Road - it doesn't really change anything for cyclists on NCN route 11, though.

Contraflow cycle lane to Cambridge Biomedical Campus - on the 'wrong' side of the normal lane with the traffic flow.

Imaginative use of space at Cambridge Biomedical Campus - but access (back right) is a bit tricky.

Just another new modal filter in Waltham Forest. Welcome to calm Capworth Street! 👍 @wfcycling @WeSupportWFMH @TwoWheelsGoodUK @Labourstone Similar in Cambridge: #9550

Ridiculous gate in order to access NCN5 Coastal route

Harling Drove Road regional cycle network route 30, impassable on a bike

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Worth a look

View south from Stone Terrace, which could provide a ready made exit for the Chisholm Trail. Go to Hooper Street >> #37975<<.

directional signage

A nearby NCN sign #8321 says Cambridge 24, but the footpath says only 16. directional signage

"Get Pedalling this Summer" bus advertising by Cycle Cambridge

Shelter for mopeds/scooters, Ely station

Cycle parking on Mill Road - a rare phenomenon!

Mill Road

Outside the Cemetry on Mill Road Stands proposed here. An image from a survey of proposed Cycle Parking locations. They eventually appeared see: #26277.

Cycle parking outside a shop on Mill Road

New cycle racks outside a bookmakers on Mill Road.

The Drayman's Son

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  • Icon 106778 8 cycles.
  • Icon 106777 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 106769 Fatal crash 40 year old male cyclist killed
  • Icon 106766 There is so little around this area - whenever I'm searching for somewhere to park up I always see other cyclists in the same position and many bikes locked awkwardly to random lamp-posts and signposts, which fall over and get in everyone's way.
  • Icon 106760 Many of our employees cycle to work. Others want to but there is not sufficient cycle parking provision. New cycle racks would improve the street front and help us reach our ecology goals!
  • Icon 106757 Location is the car park for Tooting Bec Lido
  • Icon 106756 A bike was stolen after a few days of overnight use.
  • Icon 106635 I am writing to ask for your assistance. I live on Ridley Road and am a cyclist. I don't have a car, but have a bike. I would like to have free bike lock-ups on the street. I find it incredibly frustrating that I could have a free car permit to park on the street (but don't own a car), but have to pay a private company to use the bike lock-up on the street. Added to this is the fact that the bike storage is full. I have read the London Borough of Newham Cycling Strategy 2017/18, and I would like to suggest that free parking is put on the road as a number of residents on the street agree that there is demand
  • Icon 106619 This is a mixed residential and commercial area, with only a single stand. There are many cyclists in the area in need of cycle parking
  • Icon 106468 There are not a lot of places to store bikes in lockers/hangars closeby and a few people in our building alone use a bike as main use of transport. Where there are lockers/hangars they are full.
  • Icon 106454 Cycle parking at SOAS, University of London. Often busy; room for over 100 bicycles, although the actual number may vary owing to changes in the number of stands and street furniture every so often. Private land owned by the University of London; public right of way and no restrictions on cycle parking.
  • Icon 106453 Entrance to Car Park 5 (Barbican Beech Street Car Park), Barbican. Before the barriers into the car park. Undercover but open to the public. Access via Beech Street or Golden Lane. For more information, visit The Barbican's website:

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