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Racks at the Kelpies, these ones are: To comemmorate Ron McArthur's silver medal in the Lawn Bowls Para-Sport mixed pairs B2/B3 at Glasgow 2014 LEGACY 2014 XX Commonwealth Games Scotland

The funders sign for the Silverburn to Pollokshaws & Newlands cycle route, a close-up of #73120.

Some Commonwealth Games cycle parking has made its way to the Allander Leisure Centre.

Commonwealth Games Legacy cycle parking supplementing the stands in George Square.

Leftover sign from Commonwealth Games. The cycle route was open. And where is Sunlight Way?

The Sri Lankan cycling team cruising down the M74, lovely spot for a bike ride.

"Cycle Route SUSPENDED" for Commonwealth Games Always a good idea to give some sort of diversion signage (see #59999)

Temporary hire bike and bike parking stands in Tunnel Street, for Commonwealth Games, since regular stands at SECC are within the security cordon.

I've found the Glasgow 2014 diversion signs! Do I win a prize?

Road and path closures for the Commonwealth Games. The Clydeside Expressway remains open though.

Road closure in Minerva St for the Commonwealth Games. The covered walkway to the SECC is also closed.

@AytounRoad @SusanSwarbrick @GamesTravel2014 genuinely told this is official bike park for velodrome [Temporary cycle parking for Commonwealth Games due to regular velodrome cycle parking being within security zone]

Construction work on one of the gates that will shut off NCN75 during the Commonwealth Games. Temporary lighting has also been provided on this normally unlit path.

One of the gates that will shut off NCN75 during the Commonwealth Games. The diversion route is to the right, seen at #59288.

The Commonwealth Games fence narrowing the Cairncraig Street path. Cyclists trying to follow NCN75 will be diverted up here come the 'lock down' period covering the event.

Road closure in Springfield Road for Commonwealth Games. This is also a diversion route for NCN75 which will be shut during the games.

The shared use footway outside the Chris Hoy Velodrome. It stops here and doesn't extend any further east, but doesn't have a dropped kerb for cyclists to rejoin the carriageway.

New toucan crossing between James Street and Glasgow Green. Crossing has been moved slightly further away from the junction, putting it on a narrower section of footway, obstructed by sign posts.

The two-way segregated cycle route along London Road has access to side streets opposite via gaps in the dividing strip, blocked to other vehicles by bollards, including at the filling station. However, the gullies have been put in with the … [more]

End of on-road segregated section (start at #33359) of the cycle route from Glasgow Green to the Commonwealth Games site on London Road, and beginning of the shared footway section. The cycle route extends beyond here on the footway to … [more]

Shared-use cycleway/footway passes bus stop on London Road, something of a contrast from #33496

Bus stop treatment on new two-way cycleway on London Road, much better than #33497 further along the road. Magnatom has produced a video featuring this section of route:

Sign on Glasgow Green to Commonwealth Games (James Street and London Road) cycle route says route terminates at Nuneaton Street until April 2012 when it will be extended to the Commonwealth Games site at Parkhead.

Bus stop treatment (or lack of) on cycleway on James Street, Bridgeton. There's not even a high kerb on this newly installed facility.

Accesses across the cycle route on James Street, Bridgeton

What happens next? End of the line segregated section of the Glasgow Green to Commonwealth Games cycle route on James Street, Bridgeton.

It looks like cyclists using the London Road cycle track are meant to use the footway to get to and from the section on James Street (leading to Glasgow Green), rather than cycle on the road. No Turn Left sign still says "except buses" … [more]

Gully installed the wrong way round in Glasgow City Council's "Copenhagan-style" London Road cycle track. The slots should go across-the-ways so skinny tyres don't get stuck.

Current eastern end of Commonwealth Games segregated two-way cycle track on London Road (see also #30520 and #33524). Magnatom has produced a video featuring this section of route:

Under-construction segregated cycle route on London Road, to link Glasgow Green and Commonwealth Games 2014 site at Parkhead. A coach was parked on the cycle track further along, completely blocking it. See also #30519

Work underway on creating off-road cycle track alongside James Street, linking Glasgow Green and Commonwealth Games 2014 site at Parkhead. It appears no connections are being made to adjacent side streets like this one on the left! Again it … [more]

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