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The farmer seems to have decided that he needed to build a new cycleway so that he could then barricade his access road. Surely just closing two-thirds of its width would have been simpler?

Signs at the junction to Abington

Short link from the Babraham Institute

Route southwards from the Babraham Institute

Short link to the Babraham access road

Southern end of the Babraham cycleway - a decent bit of work.

Speed reduction device, I presume, on the Babraham cycleway

Crossing the A1307 here connects the Babraham Institute Cycleway with the cycleway to Wandlebury.

The Babraham Institute Cycleway gives plenty of room for this tree to grow.

Babraham Institute Cycleway opening event!

The chief executive of Cambridgeshire County Council gives a warm welcome to all future users of the new route around the edge of Babraham science park. A marvellous achievement.

New cycleway from Wandlebury to Babraham. Give way markings at every driveway.

Bike Infra Around Farm Centre. Clearly the farm here both wants cycling to happen and needs to keep some space for farm work. See clip at http://youtu.be/Om0qumHbp2o

Bike Infra Around Farm Centre. Clearly the farm here both wants cycling to happen and needs to keep some space for farm work. See clip at http://youtu.be/Om0qumHbp2o

Centre rut has been surfaced for bikes with a rough hardcore. Good enough for most tyres/wheels. Outer ruts remain for farm traffic in an interesting combination approach. See clip at http://youtu.be/Om0qumHbp2o

Bike 'Infra'. Not so good for Cargo Bikes. See clip at http://youtu.be/Om0qumHbp2o

Access to the footbridge over the A11

I should dismount? No kidding?

New route to keep cyclists away from moving farm equipment.

New route to keep cyclists away from moving farm equipment.

See clip at http://youtu.be/tRzQOCxt1VQ This path has been converted to allow people to cycle between Little Abington and Babraham without using the horrific roundabout at Fourwentways (where the A1307 and A11 meet). There's only 1 other ... [more]

See clip at http://youtu.be/Btp3yD0ZjpM This is far too close, well below the standards expected in the highway code, especially rules 213 and 163, which say the car should be on the other side of the central line. And given there is a c ... [more]

Confusing signage on Rowley Lane. This is a great quiet off-road link, off Rowley Lane, between Stapleford and Sawston, albeit quite rough. The local signage is confusing. Has it been upgraded as the notices suggest? If so, why is the ... [more]

Confusing signage at Rowley Lane. This is a great quiet off-road link between Stapleford and Babraham, albeit quite rough. The local signage is confusing. Has it been upgraded as the notices suggest? If so, why is the old local sign s ... [more]

A bike ride between Cambridge and Babraham. Track was a bit narrow and slippy for the small wheels of a Brompton here.

A bike ride between Cambridge and Babraham.

See video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uX4vA4Og2I I can imagine loads of car drivers gently discombobulating about this clip and seeing cyclists do this. However, I believe I've done nothing wrong here. First, I see the lights a ... [more]

See video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JaM4LBAZqE Wow! Dumb cyclist! I'm aware that I havea car on my right rear and feel limited in space. Traffic clips this cycle lane regularly as it's poorly designed (see http://www.youtube. ... [more]

Babraham - additional traffic calming provided by drivers waiting to collect children from school.

The new Sawston to Babraham cycle route is signed as a footpath! Why is the county so scared of being seen to provide anything for cyclists?

East end of the new Sawston to Babraham cycle route.

The new Sawston to Babraham cycle route crossing Sawston Road.

The new Sawston to Babraham cycle route

Babraham Hall - once home to Humphrey Lyttleton's grandfather, now a biotech research centre.

The Babraham-Stapleford footpath crosses this private farm road (owned by the Babraham Research Campus) - definitely no public access.

Footpath past the Babraham Research Campus

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