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Cycling on the Beach 02 Location: Portobello, Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom) Unusual sight - cycling on the sand of the beach, obviously down on the wet sand near the surf - I know cycling on the piled up dry sand is pretty usel ... [more]

Bridge on the former Douglas-Peel railway - the asphalt surface doesn't last long, but it's still rideable.

Cyclist on the former Douglas-Peel railway (approximate location).

The TT Access Road, open the rest of the year as a cycleway on the former Douglas-Peel railway.

The TT Access Road - pedestrians are presumably only banned during the TT races, when this become the main road west from Douglas. Also the start of the cycle route from Douglas to Peel on the former railway.

Entering the National Sports Centre, Douglas - priceless! There's no dropped kerb here, but during the TT races this is the cycle route west from Douglas.

North end of the Douglas Promenade Cycle Way (not connected to the road system).

Cycle track on Douglas promenade - a popular spot for learning to ride a bike.

Loading a bike onto the steam train from Douglas to Port Erin.

A bike on the steam train from Douglas to Port Erin

Bridge on the former railway from Douglas to Peel.

On the former railway from Peel to Douglas.

A beautiful spot on the former railway from Douglas to Peel.

Gate on the former railway entering Peel from Douglas - now mostly cyclable.

The old railway south of Kirk Michael - a lovely walk, but not much use for cyclists.

The former Ramsey-St John's railway in Ballaugh - a nice walk, but not much use to cyclists.

Old Ballaugh station, now a park, on the former Ramsey-St Johns railway.

'No Motorbikes' sign on the former Ramsey-St John's railway - used as a path, but not fit for cycling.

The former Ramsey-St John's railway - used as a path, but not fit for cycling.

Cycle route sign on Ramsey swing bridge.

Cycle route sign on Ramsey swing bridge.

The Bungalow, high point of the TT course.

The Glen Roy road, open to horses and motorbikes (they don't often remember about cycling on the Isle of Man) - with the Lake District visible in the distance.

Shelter near the top of the Mountain Road (Isle of Man TT circuit).

On the TT Circuit at Creg-Ny-Baa

Bicycle Repair Man, bike shop. Closed down February 2014

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