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Sculpture Fritz Røed Sykkeljente 1964

Cycle parking inside Bradford Interchange, with an inclusive cycling mural. There is more cycle parking in the railway station upstairs.


A splendid statue of Elgar and his bicycle in the grounds of Hereford Cathedral.

Mirror on a cycleway in Eddington during a #CamRideHome

A short path off from the main path to a cannon. This area used to be home to the Bishopton Royal Ordnance Factory.

Art in the woods.

A corrugated underpass for the HArTT path beneath New Carron Road, but with poor sightlines at this side.

Broken concrete elephants on the path in Crosshouse. Original condition:

Verity by Damien Hirst

Neptunes Chair artwork on NCN11.

Statues of the fab four - a very popular spot for selfies.

Banksy’s <strikethru>Girl With Balloon</strikethru> Love in the Bin. My theory: two canvases a pre-cut version spews out as the main one is drawn down. Excuse for being on here: Street art :-) ... [more]

At an exhibition of Modern and contemporary African art. This piece doesn’t ‘do’ anything like play records as far as I could tell.

nice cycletrack alongside several figures from teh Markham Vale mining memorial

A car storage area in a motor traffic dominated Swansea. I later discovered this was created by:

Part of an art work at the Royal Academy...

'The Metaphysical Cyclist' - actually a tour of Cambridge's public art by former Young British Artist Gavin Tiurk

The footway in the foreground was widened when it was converted to shared use (although the lampposts were left where they were), but beyond the toucan crossing the section to the shared use ramp to Old Polmadie Road has been left at its or ... [more]



Banksy artwork at a permanently raised bridge

Oatlands Square, with a sculpture and seating off to the side, leaving the path unobstructed.

Violinist-on-bicycle sculpture in Torino

The Abbotsford Link turns left out of the underpass, which has murals on a transport theme.

The Sun at the start of the Planets, NCN route 65

A mix of proper and homemade signs at the point where NCN7 turns to leave the Glasgow Harbour development, some of them making more sense than others. If someone cycling to the Clyde Tunnel or Victoria Park follows the green sign, they will ... [more]

The sign and artwork outside the Ravenscraig sports centre.

The toucan crossing across the A724 links route (74) and the ASDA supermarket.

Route (74) goes around this feature.

Another model horse in the middle of a busy junction, but only some arms of the junction have pedestrian crossings. No obvious reason why they aren't toucan crossings with shared-use footways all around. The crossings also seem to be of the ... [more]

A model horse in the middle of the Brandon St/Leechlee Road junction, which appears to have been dumped on some kind of mosaic, plus another toucan crossing.

Girl-on-a-bicycle Commissioned and presented by David Marshall 1987 Sculptor Sydney Harpley R.A.

Rail trail art Rutherglen

An attempt has been made to brighten up this narrow passageway under the railway, but no-one has come back to keep it in good order.

Dalmarnock Bridge - the link between the road to the Cuningar Loop park and NCN75 Clyde Walkway - all fenced in with guardrail. If going on-road, the turn at #87965 does not have a dropped kerb.

An artwork at the entrance to the Cuningar Loop park. In the background a rollerskating dog walker!

NCN69 turns right here to go down a ramp into the underpass beneath the road to the left. See also #87503 & #87504. The City Loop cycle route continues straight ahead on the shared footway.

Lunchtime cycle Location: East Pilton, Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom) West Granton Road Underpass

Deep inside the 1700m tunnel on the NCN244 Bath there's an eerie sound / art installation.

Bears Way bench in Cluny Park.

Bears Way artwork in Cluny Park.

Bristol and Bath Railway Path The art is a fish nose diving.

An exhibition about distortions at the academic building alongside the seven stations route.

The Kelpies Location: , Falkirk (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Approaching Erskine Ferry Road

Utility building with mural of bike tourists.

Mural in the underpass under the A14 on Mere Way

Heart shaped cycle parking <3

Lincoln cathedral visible through a Sustrans sculpture

Poster advertising a bicycle parade on Jesus Green on 19th April. 'Ecstatic attire highly encouraged' they say...

At the Ai Weiwei by the Gherkin

How does the saying go? ... as much as a fish needs a bike ?

Parts for making a ship in Belfast's Titanic Quarter.

We walked at easy pace from far end to station entrance in 1:52. Via new exit with artwork. #cyclepoint See #74172

Pipe sculptures at a junction on the Foss Island cycleway, York

Camberwell College of Arts

These covered sections known as Porte Cocheres were decorated by a project organized by in 2011.ère

These covered sections known as Porte Cocheres were decorated by a project organized by in 2011.ère

Cycle track (and funky sculptures), Timisoara

Bicycles in Ai Weiwei's exhibition at the Royal Academy

This is not a bike - from an exhibition at Tate Liverpool.

Artistic cycle parking, Porto

Curious mathematical art on Garden Walk. This one has: pi = opera / mosaic = E^2/C = E / pi = 1

Money spent on some sort of artwork that would be better spent on the Strathkelvin Railway Path surface. The mock railway surface which continues under the canal bridge is getting a bit bumpy and there is full-width ponding on the unsurface ... [more]

A sculpture and seat made from rails on NCN 1, Marriotts Way

The start and/or finish of the Offa's Dyke trail.

Cycles in naîf art, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton NB

Bicycle parking near entrance to ŠMC (Šiuolaikinio meno centas) - Contemporary Art Centre.

On The Ring Road Cycle Path

The newly surfaced path through the Burdiehouse Burn Valley Park, at the turn-off for Gilmerton Dykes Street.

An utterly charming poster for a bike and scooter sale.

A large mural on Mill Road, which is now the biggest piece of community art in Cambridge.

A Sustrans' portrait bench featuring Llywelyn the Great, Thomas Telford and Margaret Williams. See their brochure:

Sculpture beside the Crab & Winkle Way shared cycle / foot path.

Nant yr Arian, "The Sentinel".

Is this construction next to the library entrance meant to be cycle parking? Some conventional stands nearer the road would be more welcome.

Route sign and toucan crossing for NCN92 at one end of the Craigavon Bridge

High-containment kerbs in abundance at this junction at one end of the lower deck of the Craigavon Bridge

Cycle art at the Port of Larne, but no directions for cycle check-in

Marvellous Machines - The Wonderful World of Rowland Emett - Emett's World - Maud Lunacycle Marvellous Machines: The Wonderful World of Rowland Emett. Summer Exhibition. Gas Hall - Birmingham Museum &amp; Art Gallery. 10th May to ... [more]

Shadow art, showing (according to the plaque): Fen Skater, Eel catcher and Victorian Entomologist. See

Stautes of Eric Morecambe and Capability Brown on NCN6 overlooking Luton Hoo park.

Junction of Shropshire Union Canal towpath and ramp up to A41 (see also #53673 and #53674)

Public art by the Pont y Ddraig cycle bridge across Rhyl harbour, the day before it opened.

Artwork installed as part of the Langlands Cycle Path

The new Langlands Cycle Path features pieces of art incorporated in the surface next to the cycleway

Junction signage on the Shropshire Union Canal

"Quiet walls and walked stone lead to hidden squares and bursts of persistent lawn." ... and there are flames of green on the door.

Mosaic in the bike shed of Hollybush Conservation Centre

Bike shed art in Leeds

From an Art exhibition outside Cambridge Public Library in Lion Yard.

An art bench on a mound above the cycleway, and above the Conwy road tunnel.

Go ape, Wyre forest

This was the martketplace manager's bike

Silhoutte artwork on Royston cycleways

Bicycle window grilles at the underground cycle parking at Antwerpen station.

Big orange bike near Apeldoorn station.

Cycle wheel in a stairway

This is sign 4 on The View Finder Trail, an artwork by Michael Goodey, created 2005 for Firstsite, Colchester. This view is across Greenstead estate, built 1970's, towards central Colchester.

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