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A photo showing just how restrictive the A frames on the trail over the RSPB's Ham Wall reserve are. The handlebars on the bike shown are 44cm wide. There is an identical A frame at the eastern end of the reserve. See also photo #176055 … [more]

An pair of A frames on the NCN26 / Strawberry Line between Shute Shelve Tunnel and Winscombe. The gap through the frames is 76cm. The second (northernmost) frame in the photo is especially difficult to navigate due to a tree being very … [more]

An A frame on the NCN26 / Strawberry Line, obstructing the path south from Sandford towards Winscombe. The gap through the A frame is 76 cm. There are several other similar frames on the same stretch of path.

An A frame at the eastern end of the trail through Shapwick Heath NNR, accessed through the car park off Ashcott Road, south of Meare. The frame is 75cm in width. The gate beside the frame is locked with a non-RADAR lock. There is a similar … [more]

An A frame at the western entrance to the RSPB Ham Wall reserve. Gap through the frame is just 60cm. Note that the gate alongside the A frame here has a RADAR lock, but the gate at the other end of the trail beside a similar A frame has a … [more]

An A frame at the eastern end of the trail through Ham Wall RSPB reserve. Gap through the frame is just 60cm. This has been reported to the LA without success. The gate alongside is locked but does not have a RADAR lock - the gate at the … [more]

A Frame on NCN33 / Brean Down Way, on Brean Sluice. Space through the frames is 72cm. There is a lock on the gate alongside, but it is not a RADAR lock. This is one of six obstacles on the BDW between WsM and Brean - one A frame, two … [more]

Low wave frame bikes are popular with the elderly (male and female). The low bar avoids having to lift the leg much. Many people of advanced age (in this case 82 years old) rely on them.

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