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Swaffham Road, B1102

Cycle parking at Anglesey Abbey NT. (Slightly nearer the main entrance than the bike parking at

The crossing of Quy Road, which looks like it has recently been in collision with something.

Approaching Lode on the main road.

This crossing is the weakest link on the Lode to Quy cycleway

Lode to Quy cycleway. The grey post marks the highway boundary.

Lode to Quy cycleway alongside the busy road for a short section.

Looking at the end of the new pathway from across the road, Anglesey Abbey-side. Somehow an informal uncontrolled crossing is going to be installed here. There's no possible way the refuge is going to be large enough for a bicycle much less … [more]

Unfinished end of the pathway across from Anglesey Abbey. Not yet surfaced.

Reach Ride 2016

Two-way shared-use path east of Lode - a good enough surface, as long as it's maintained, but really not wide enough for two bikes to pass.

New signalled crossing of the B1102 at Lode.

No room for cycling on this footpath bridge at Lode Mill.

Opening the new Reach Lode bridge

The newly opened bridge at Reach Lode on the rerouted NCN11

Opening of Reach Lode Bridge on the new NCN11

Subsiding shared use cycle path alongside B1102 between Lode and Longmeadow. See also #23790.

Subsiding shared use cycle path alongside B1102 between Lode and Longmeadow. See also #23791.

Overgrown shared use cycle path between Bottisham Village College and Lode crossroads. The path is narrow at the best of times, but this makes it harder. Also there are thistles and nettles growing out into the path at various points, which … [more]

Overgrown shared use cycle path between Lode and Bottisham. Note the thistles, and in other places nettles extending into the path. Given the narrowness of the path, us both cycling from school in shorts can result in stings! This path is … [more]

This seems to be a new shared-use path from Lode to Bottisham Village College.

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