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Cycle courier in Grenoble collecting leftover bread for a microbrewery to make bread-beer.

Cycle lane and official hitch-hiking spot west of Romans sur Isere station

Cycle lane leaving the carriageway west of Romans sur Isere station

Romans by Bike - limited cycle facilities in fact

Parking at the Collégiale of Romans sur Isere

Cycle parking at Romans sur Isere bus station

Cycle Park and Ride facilities at Romans sur Isere station

Plenty of cycle parking at Grenoble station

Cable car terminal with cycle parking, Grenoble

Pont St Laurent, Grenoble (1837)

Pont St Laurent, Grenoble (1837)

Pont St Laurent, Grenoble (1837)

Riverside cycle route, Grenoble

Riverside cycle route, Grenoble

Limited cycle parking at the modern Musée de Grenoble

No Entry Except Cycles, Grenoble

Cycle lanes, Grenoble

The car is not actually trying to get into the contraflow cycle lane, it just looks that way.

Cycle parking and space reserved for car club vehicle, Grenoble (location inexact)

Cycle lane and parking, Grenoble

Awkward parking at the Musée de l'Ancien Evêché, Grenoble

Service road/cycle track alongside tramlines, Grenoble

Cycle parking at a tram stop in central Grenoble

Metrovélo rental bike in Grenoble

Car (and bike) traps and automatic barriers on the Grenoble tram system

Cycle parking at Grenoble youth hostel

Segregated cycleway rejoining carriageway to cross railway in south Grenoble

Segregated cycle track in Grenoble approaching railway crossing

Unsatisfactory combination of service road entry and cycle track

Effectively one-sided cycle parking placed too close to the wall at a bowling alley in southern Grenoble

Sign to the Bike & Ride garage at Echirolles station, Grenoble - secure space for 70 bikes (accessed by smart card), opened in late 2010 and with 25 places taken after eight weeks.

Grenoble has very progressive transport policies, with an ever-expanding tram system - this report shows that between 2002 and 2010 public transport's modal share rose from 14% to 16%, walking from 30% to 31% and cycling from 3% to 4%, … [more]

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