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Car parked selfish but (still) legal in a cycle lane on Gilbert Road near the Carlton Way crossing. In this 5 min journey along Gilbert Road from Guerney Way to Histon Road: #21506, #21507, #21509.

Rubbish pavement cycleway, with lack of priority over the sideroad.

Why should the few cars that cross this path have priority?

Utterly unnecessary extreme paranoia: give way to a locked gate.

St Andrews Bureau van blocking the contraflow cycle lane - as a local property management company they really should know better.

Signal pole completely blocking the narrow cycle track. This is just one of many reasons for accomodating cycling within the carriageway, not on the pavement. When converted to a toucan this pole needs to be re-positioned to minimise the … [more]

I thought an up to date photo of this obstruction might come in useful. The wooden rail to the right has been broken off since the earlier photos on this site. Many people cycle with panniers full of shopping - or carrying carrier bags … [more]

The solid white line wrongly indicates that cyclists have to use the off-road route here.

Roadworks sign - was anyone aware that this would force cyclists into the path of oncoming taxis from the station, SUVs from St Mary's school etc ?

The infamous East Road layby - the new broken white line has helped but it was quickly worn away and infringements began again - now I see it's been repainted. Maybe it'll last longer this time!

Roots under the cycle path

Worst possible provision: pavement cycleway where motor vehicles constantly cross or park on the footway.

Seven CYCLISTS DISMOUNT signs within a distance of 380 yards, here in Harlow. Photograph by David Owen, republished with permission, originally published at on their Facility of the Month series, September … [more]

Mandatory Cycle Lane on East Road. Car parking on lay-by invades MCL with rear wheel right on top of the bicycle painted on the floor. This is the part where bicycle remerge onto the road from the pavement. The obstructing car (number plate … [more]

Great cycle parking!

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