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Pedestrians on the left.... clown bicycles on right...? Or perhaps it's an ancient fertility symbol? Spotted on Wootton Way Maidenhead earlier. #cycling #activetravel 🚴

Designated Picnic Area in the service road behind Mill Road's 'Broadway'.

On this site Sept. 5. 1782 nothing happened Cadenant Park

Bollards don't need to be ugly. These bollards are disguised as novelty pencils outside Ludworth Primary School.

Reality Checkpoint now with door.

SWINE Please drive carefully

Sign reads: ACCESS ROAD ONLY NO PARKING Not for 5 minutes Not for 2 minutes Not at all

To cheer myself up, here's my top favourite bit of cycling "infrastructure" in East London. Perfect for toddlers.

Cambridge Architecture Research - CAR with lots of bikes :-)

Some students doing a photography project in Colwyn Bay.

On return #ReachRide saw this. Can't believe I haven't seen someone do this before.

Another brilliant set of Dutch cycling scenes in a British context, from @AlternativeDfT More wonderful images at... … [more]

Five better things to do with a car storage area:

Parking for penny-farthings at the Alexandra Arms

Space invaders on a bin. Of course the main space invaders are the private motor vehicles stored here on the public highway. Highways England in October 2020 is using this concept to raise awareness of … [more]

Imperial AT-ATs on cycle path

#cycleparkimg in Grosvenor Square. Anybody know what happened here? @citycyclists @CityWestminster Copied from:

Major Haddock Close - an unexpectedly delightful street rname in Royston

Inside a university cycle workshop in Oldenburg.

66 The photo of the pothole sign was taken in Haast, also on the south island of NZ. I think it is actually warning cyclists of railway tracks, rather than potholes. 99

Milton Keynes

These signs were spotted on a street where cycling is permitted in both directions on the right. Traffic turning onto this road from the stem of the T will see this sign. For motor vehicles each arm of the T is a one way, and so it kind of … [more]

Knitted cycle rack covers on Chesterton Road.

A boy is fascinated by the knitted cycle rack covers on Chesterton Road.

Knitted cycle rack covers on Chesterton Road.

Knitted cycle rack covers on Chesterton Road.

Knitted cycle racks on Chesterton Road.

Bike racks covered with knitting

The route for pushing your bike through this anti-motorbike gate was so puddly and littered with dog poo bags #41289 that it seemed easier to lift the bike over.

The sign says "Bicycles must not be placed against this building", so this unicycle is in the clear ;-) More unicycle awesomeness at... Airwheel: … [more]

Cycling on an iced over road. Note: this is on a bridleway with a thin layer of ice on top. It is not an iced-over river or canal, where riding a bike would be very dangerous and potentially fatal.

Caught! - One of the photomap's original authors (Simon) made this prohibited right turn and accepts that he has to pay the £60 fine (double or triple if late). Note: before paying the fine I did some research, and found some interesting … [more]

I saw this amazing piece of cycle parking at the back of the Robert Sayle buildings. The bike is held high up on a hoist - presumably to keep it out of reach of thieves.

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