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Photo #106639

The access to the cycleway is a bit odd, we've ridden along a few hundred yards of grass along the top of an embankment to this point, there's no path up to it from the asphalt road below. Bollards guard the entrance (usually there to stop motor vehicles) and there's a Cyclists Dismount sign.

Cyclists Dismount does not mean No Cycling.
There's no obvious reason to dismount as the access onto the ramp is flush. Sometimes these signs are used when the parapet height of the bridge is below that considered safe for cycling, but this is a new bridge built with cycling in mind and they seem high enough see #106640. So it is a mystery to me why these signs have been put there - presumably to appease other users?

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