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St Andrew’s St

Flattened-A style sheffield stands at the Lion Yard shopping centre.

Broken racks - nice idea in principle to provide wheel supports against these stands, like on the left. In practice though they have turned out to be fragile.

Messy bike parking - the white bike looks like it has been used once and has been abandoned on these racks for about three weeks. For more info see: Page 22

When I think that a bike left for weeks at these racks has been abandoned then I turn it upside down. This was a Raleigh Chiltern, worth around £70:

Locks tagged by the council for removal. A week later they were gone.

Thoday Street racks. City rangers have helpfully cleared away an abandoned bike that was looking a mess. I've now asked them to remove the two old locks that are attached to the rack.

Ofo bike in Thoday Street

A sudden intense and brief hailstorm.

Cycle parking finished off at last and already being used.

Photo taken by Cambridgeshire Highways' contractor - we're waiting for the tarmac to cool off. 20mph campaigners happen to be in town at the moment when these racks were finished.

Cycle parking on Burleigh Street

Upgraded cycle racks

New cycle parking, possibly as part of a streetscape scheme given the new blockwork

New cycle stands at the King Hedges Road Post Office - replacing some awful old galvanized wheel grippers. Great improvement, pleasure to use.

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