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Steep semi-paved track down to Castellar and Menton

Track for a loop ride from Menton

View of mountain-bike route down to Menton

The town of Menton is now closing the seafront promenade to motor traffic on weeekend evenings (including Friday) - far busier and more popular than this photo indicates. Now to make it permanent!

Sign for cycle route leaving Menton

Plenty of space for some proper bikes stands!

Cycle route sign above Menton

Sign for hikers and mountain bikers entering a grazing area.

Lots of signs (in French and Provencal) at the entry to Castellar, including one for a cycle route.

Cycle parking overwhelmed by scooters and mopeds.

Menton is choked with cars and has almost no cycle parking

Stepped access to mountain bike trails, Menton

No motor vehicles in the hilltop village of La Turbie

Menton - two-way traffic on the seafront promenade and on a parallel road just inland - this should be reduced to one lane for deliveries/hotel arrivals only and the spare space given over to cyclists and pedestrians.

The promenade, Menton - not enough room for bikes, cars or pedestrians. There's a main road 50 metres inland, so this could be narrowed and become a route for cyclists and deliveries only.

Menton station - just about the only cycle parking I saw in town. However there's quite a bit of cycling, mainly near the seafront, despite a dominant car culture.

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