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Cambridge Road passing the bottom of the American Cemetery, Madingley.

Looks nice but this road can be quite busy.

Muddy bridleway from the new A1307 to Madingley

Now signposted - bridleway from the new A1307 to Madingley

Steps on a footpath

Planters used as half hearted cycle parking at this pub.

The irony of a "Cyclists, pass with care" notice on a bus driving in the cyclelane.

Shared-use pavement work going on. Diversion onto road now includes ramps for riders (it didn't yesterday!). And this means taking a road lane out to temporary traffic lights. Now, to get those awkward concrete blocks out of the diversion … [more]

See for a video of riding around a pleasant little ride around Cambridge on good infra, not so good infra, and quiet roads. Just enjoy!

See clip at Path from near Madingley American Cemetery to Girton. Probably useable throughout the year. The goes through the A14/M11 interchange later, but is fully segregated from traffic with 3 slightly … [more]

See clip at The idea of "no priority" junctions is that everyone has to slow and take account of what other vehicles are near a junction. This works when both vehicles are large metal boxes. However, it is … [more]

Cycle route from Cambridge to Hardwick

See clip at This really isn't a SMIDSY at all. The driver simply didn't even look when pulling out. Despite me being on the roundabout before them and having the right of way.

See clip at Why not use all the road like you are meant to! Highway code rule 213. Motorcyclists and cyclists may suddenly need to avoid uneven road surfaces and obstacles such as drain covers or oily, wet or … [more]

See clip at An Attempt by KV03 YVB & Why I Stopped It. 1 second behind me at 15mph is ~ 7-8 yards, 2 seconds is 15-16 yards. Bike length: 2 yards Car length: 4 yards Looking at satellite & clip, pinch points … [more]

See clip at I heard this car coming up behind me and felt scared enough to dash out of the way onto the shared path. If I hadn't have done that (as is possible here), I'm not sure if the driver would have had … [more]

See clip at "Highway code rule 163". Yes, only a few minutes after first doing it ( this driver did the same poor … [more]

See clip at And here's a driver who CAN overtake properly. I was approaching a summit which drops off quickly afterwards. You really cannot see ahead until you get to the top. I heard them slowing, so I put in … [more]

See clip at "Highway code rule 163". And a follow up a few minutes later at

See clip at Highway Code Rule 240 (backed up in law) You MUST NOT stop or park on a tram or cycle lane And again, the usual irritation, … [more]

See clip at "Highway code rule 163". Pretty certain this was more than 30mph as well.

See video at This van spots me coming along my side of the road and slows to ensure I can travel correctly. I move right over and wave them forward to give back to them as much as possible. We … [more]

See video at I've often criticised drivers for poor overtakes in this location, so here's an example of how to do it. I hear the van a while before the brow and I hear them slowing as they can't … [more]

See video at Another example, within a mile of why speeding and overtaking over blind summits is really dangerous. Luckily car number two shows everyone how to do it. Part of a trying day ... … [more]

See video at Okay, I'm a bit slower than a car, but can't help feel this is dull behaviour. Part of a trying day ...

See video at This car's not doing too much wrong, maybe a bit fast. It's just an example of why overtaking me (like here is incredibly dangerous. Part … [more]

See video at Again, breaking "Highway code rule 163".

See video at Thankfully slow but still too close.

A better arrangement at JJ Thomson Avenue - dropped kerbs allowing access from the Cavendish site to the new cycleway along the Madingley Road.

A problem here on the new cycleway along the Madingley Road - cyclists from Clerk Maxwell Road are confronted with a normal kerb, not a dropped kerb.

New cycleway along the Madingley Road - plenty of space for two-way cycling.

Joining the new cycleway along the Madingley Road.

New cycleway along the Madingley Road.

The new Madingley Road cycleway crossing Storey's Way.

East end of the new Madingley Road cycleway - this slight build-out is causing problems for cyclists on the carriageway, forcing them out into the traffic.

Excellent farmtrack leading to locked gate on Madingley-A14 road.

CTC Sunday afternoon ride

High Street, Madingley

Church Lane

Dry Drayton Road

Dry Drayton Road

Dry Drayton Road

Farm buildings

Dry Drayton Road

Dry Drayton Road

St Neots Road

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