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The historic bridge at Entraygues is open to cyclists and pedestrians - all other traffic goes quite a way to the east.

Bridge closed except to pedestrians and cyclists.

The segregated cycleway from Rodez ends just around the corner at the entry to Vabre

Track to Montignac and Conques

Mountain bike route marker

Rudimentary cycle parking at the new Institut Universitaire de Technologie, Rodez - see #59328

Start of cycle lane towards Rodez station

Cycle lanes near Rodez station

Space for 2 hanging bikes on a Paris-Toulouse Intercités train - pretty poor provision

Lots of space for much-needed cycle parking at the Gare de Montparnasse

Itinéraire Rive Gauche route sign - 18 minutes to Notre-Dame!

Cycle parking and two-way cycleway to the Gare d'Austerlitz, Paris

Two-way cycleway to the Gare d'Austerlitz, Paris

Cycleway through a road intersection, Paris

Cycleway and floating bus stop at Quai de la Gare metro station

Cycle contraflow (and a lovely sunset), Les Aubrais (Orléans)

Car parking with two cycle hoops

Car parking with three cycle hoops

Car parking with just one cycle hoop

Shared-use with pedestrian priority, Les Aubrais (Orléans)

Cycle contraflow through the tunnel under the tracks at Les Aubrais station (Orléans)

Cycle lane markings at tunnel exit, Les Aubrais station (Orléans)

Covered cycle parking at Les Aubrais station (Orléans)

Cycle parking and bike-sharing station at Les Aubrais station (Orléans)

Bikes must be wheeled in Nantes station

Space for three bikes on this regional express train, non-stop from Rennes to Nantes

Space for three bikes on this regional express train, non-stop from Rennes to Nantes

Inside the Chat cycle/pedestrian tunnel (also the escape tunnel for the parallel road tunnel).

Sign at the Chat cycle/pedestrian tunnel - 1500m long, 7 minutes by bike

Entry to the Chat cycle/pedestrian tunnel (also the escape tunnel for the parallel road tunnel).

Stylish new bridge (with steps and lifts) and a new southern entry to Saint Brieuc station

Shared-use paths on both sides of the Vilaine in Rennes (the through route is on the far side).

No Cycling on this section of the Brittany coastal path (left)

No Cycling on this section of the Brittany coastal path

People ignoring multiple No Cycling signs.

No Cycling to Le Gouffre (with information on how to reach the cycle parking)

Cycle parking near Le Gouffre - even though the paths to this point are marked No Cycling.

'Modal filter' and No Cycling signs on the Brittany coastal path

Shared-use route linking Louannec and Mabilies

New stretch of the rapidly developing cycleway along the Baie de Mont Saint Michel

Shared-use route into Bayeux

Shared-use route into Bayeux

Cycle shed (Sunday morning) and cycle route east from Guingamp station

Sign for the EV4 route past Tréguier cathedral

Sign for the EV4 route past Tréguier cathedral

Sign for the EV4 route past Tréguier cathedral

e-MTBs at Tréguier cathedral

End of cycleable track to the beach at Port-Serein

No Cycling on the closed road from the new car park to the Cap Fréhel lighthouse. Seems very silly to me, just put in some proper cycle stands there and let people ride.

Segregated cycleway towards St Malo Intramuros

Segregated cycleway towards St Malo Intramuros

Pop-up cycle lane north of Carolles

Improved arrangement for the end of the pop-up cycle lane (see #174572) - cyclists still have to cross to the right side of the road.

The 'new' cycle parking by Bayeux cathedral (see #176947) has been replaced by covered Sheffield stands.

New cycleway to Sully branching off the main cycleway alongside the D6 north from Bayeux

Cycle route sign, towards Carolles presumably

There's not nearly enough cycle parking in central Nice.

North-south cycleway and access (half-blocked) to pedestrian zone, Nice

Two-way segregated cycleway and lights, Nice

Cycle underpass to the Promenade des Anglais, Nice

Cycle underpass to the Promenade des Anglais, Nice

Impassable barriers on the Passerelle Paul Durand-Cazelles, Nice - attractive, but a totally missed opportunity for improving cycle links.

Cycleway and Shared Space sign at the Passerelle Paul Durand-Cazelles, Nice - attractive, but a totally missed opportunity for improving cycle links.

Impassable barriers on the Passerelle Paul Durand-Cazelles, Nice - attractive, but a totally missed opportunity for improving cycle links.

The Passerelle Paul Durand-Cazelles, Nice - attractive, but a totally missed opportunity for improving cycle links.

Cycle stands on both sides of the road

Barriers forcing pedestrians and cyclists into conflict

Cycle track slaloming across the pedestrian route, for some reason.

Separate bus and cycleways here - they merge nearer central Dijon.

The cycleway merges with the segregated bus lanes to/from central Dijon here.

Beyond the two lanes for general traffic are two more for buses and cycles only.

Not at all clear, of course, but those street lamps are for a new cycle bridge over the Seine that was added when a new span was added for the railway.

Cycleway alongside the railway from Cluses to Marignier (not blocked by white vans)

Cycleway alongside the railway from Cluses to Marignier

Cycle space in a new Léman Express train from St Gervais to Coppet via a new tunnel beneath Geneva.

More convertible space in a new Léman Express train from St Gervais to Coppet via a new tunnel beneath Geneva.

Cycle space in a new Léman Express train from St Gervais to Coppet via a new tunnel beneath Geneva.

Cycleway across the bridge to Les Bossons

There's a succession of traffic-calming features with cycle bypasses along the minor road from St Gervais to Sallanches.

New bike rental outlet below the Col de l'Izoard

Mountain bike route arrow, presumably on the footway through the car park, Briançon

Mountain bike route arrows, Briançon

Mountain bike route arrows, Briançon

Mountain bike route arrows, Briançon

Cyclists on the pedestrianised main street of Briançon - not a common sight, usually it's packed with tourists on foot.

The Tour de France comes by every year or two and the giant bikes change colour, for some reason.

Wheelbenders and shelter for two-wheelers at the supermarket on the Chamonix bypass

Bike shop with cycle parking

Newish cycle parking in Chamonix

Barriers on a pedestrian route (back entrance to a school), Chamonix

Nice wide bridge in Chamonix, but it doesn't go anywhere that cycles can get through.

Restrictions on entry to central Chamonix, but surely cycles are permitted?!

There's some new cycle parking at the post office in Chamonix - but two stands were simply unbolted to install a tent for some weekend event. That doesn't seem very secure. (There's one lying on the ground - I think there were two yesterday ... [more]

There's some new cycle parking at the post office in Chamonix - but two stands have simply been unbolted to install a tent for some weekend event. That doesn't seem very secure.

Start of the new segregated cycleway east from Chamonix - apparently the road is now so narrow that cars have to stop to let buses pass in the other direction, and there's a perfectly decent cycle route on a very quiet lane immediately to t ... [more]

New segregated cycleway east from Chamonix - apparently the road is now so narrow that cars have to stop to let buses pass in the other direction, and there's a perfectly decent cycle route on a very quiet lane immediately to the right (alt ... [more]

Mountain-bike route signs near Megève

Hiking and mountain-bike route signs near Megève

Useful cycling maps of the Alpes-Maritimes - one for boucles cyclotouristiques (day tours) and one for boucles cyclosportives et grands tours (sport rides and long-distance tours).

Tramlines (no overhead wires!) and rickshaw cycletaxi on Place Masséna, Nice

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