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No cycling allowed on the coastal path between Fort La Latte and Cap Fréhel

I've no idea why what seems to be a cycle stand is here on the coastal footpath

Road closure on this alternative to Veloroute 40 (which runs ahead and to the right)

Sign to Mortain on coastal Veloroute 40 (not the track beyond the puddles)

Sign to Mont St Michel on coastal Veloroute 40

Map of the Normandy coastal cycle route at the Ouistreham ferry terminal

NCN route 22 gets a bit lost at Portsmouth international ferry terminal - there is an unsigned on-road route around the one-way system to the left.

End of cycle route between Portsmouth centre and the international ferry terminal (NCN route 22 takes a route to the east, but I prefer this one)

All this new green surfacing is for pedestrians and cyclists leaving HM Naval Base Portsmouth

Cycle contraflow on NCN route 22 between Portsmouth centre and the international ferry terminal

Family cycling on NCN route 22, Portsmouth


bollards keep motors off the cycleway.

Underpass takes Sandymoor Lane (now a cycleway) under the Daresbury Expressway.

Bollards prevent motor vehicles abusing the cycleway

Kissing gate is a pain in the neck.

rather pointless bollard


bollard in cycleway

awkward chicane barriers


chicane barrier with added bollard

Awkward Chicane barriers

Modal filters #88139 & #88140 mean the roads through Norton Village carry no through traffic and are very quiet.

Cyclists prohibited from using the busway network in Runcorn.

barriers where the cycleway crosses Tower Lane. Concentrating on navigating the chicane distracts cyclists from watching for traffic.

Runcorn's busway network would provide ideal direct virtually traffic free routes if only cyclists were permitted to use them. Cyclists are forced to use the narrow poorly surfaced, glass strewn shared-use footway.

Cycle ramp avoids the steps on the route leading up from Runcorn East station to the busway.

Route sign from Runcorn East station to the Runcorn Loop cycleway.

Awkward chicane barrier on the cycelway leading from the Runcorn Loop cycleway to Runcorn East station.

Wood Lane. Houses front doors open on to the cycleway in the Murdishaw district of Runcorn.

Narrow tarmac cycleway

Wide smooth lit cycleway in Sandymoor.

Awkward chicane barrier - if very decorative.

The Ride. A wide smooth lit cycleway through Sandymoor.

Access from cycleway to Chateris Park

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Well-used cycle parking at Portsmouth's international ferry terminal.

NCN7, the Meadow Road underpass, and the toucan crossing across to the Glasgow Harbour development.

Signs point along Pitts Heath Lane to the roundabout ... then nothing.

Wooden A frame

Access from Malmesbury Park to the cycleway.

Very decorative across the cycleway. Normally the gate is locked, forcing cyclists to shuffle round the chicane barrier.


High-speed free-flow left hand filter lane is intimidating for cyclists trying to head straight across. The design is excessive for a road leading from a housing estate.

Manchester deliveries

Boughton Road Recreation Ground, Rugby - path Location: , Brownsover (England, United Kingdom) Before heading back to Rugby Station (I went under the bridge on Mill Road), I wanted to check of the River Avon while I was in the town. ... [more]

Rugeley Parish Church - St Augustine of Canterbury - Station Road, Rugeley - signs - Cannock Chase Heritage Trail At the corner of Station Road and Market Street. To the left Rugeley Station (technically Rugeley Trent Valley Station). ... [more]

There are several of these motorcycle parking stands dotted around Yorkhill, but not so many bicycle stands.

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  • Icon 90071 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 90059 No on street parking anywhere nearby. many terraced house flat conversions here, where it is physically impossible to store a bike inside... cars are given enormous amounts of space on the public highway, so how about giving 2% to cyclists?
  • Icon 90047 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 90024 At Canary Wharf station entrance opposite Montgomery Square there is really no place to leave one's personal bike, despite the fact that there is a lot of space in the area for potential racks to be placed and there is also a massive stand of Santander cycles next to station entrance. I once left my bike locked into the rail in front of station due to this absence of official parking space and got a warning ticket hanging from it upon my return - warning my bike would be removed soon unless taken away from the rail!! All this just because there seems to be absolutely no place there to lock my bike into :-( Canary Wharf is a station with massive infrastructure and commuter turnover. I think it would deserve a good quantity of conveniently placed bike racks.
  • Icon 89991 There is no cycle parking/storage on this street, which is densely populated with terraced houses (many residents do not have gardens in which to store their bikes)
  • Icon 89927 There is no bike parking on this road.
  • Icon 89924 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 89923 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 89891 would be great to have some cycle storage in the hornsey/ crouch end area perhaps at hornsey station
  • Icon 89867 The crossing island is too small for a cycle to stop. You must cross the road in one go
  • Icon 89864 By the entrance to the tennis courts
  • Icon 89863 The railings are full of bikes from Parkside school every weekday morning.

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