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Cycle museum, Tocantins, Brazil

[Image taken 13.4.21] Library Square (Museum Street/Lendal Bridge), York. During covid-19 lockdowns, the previously safe and 'human-feeling' space in front of York Explore (library, cafe, events space) has become a de facto parking area. Po ... [more]

[Image taken 4.4.21] Outside York Explore, Museum Street, York. This is my cycle. It has front and rear panniers (bike bags). The front ones remain on it because they carry my locks. They make my cycle 72cm wide as a minimum. (There is spac ... [more]

[Image taken 4.4.21] Outside York Explore, Museum Street, York. An example of an as ‘unadorned’, unadapted cycle as you get. And rare in York. But it still takes up 170cm: 60cm in front of the rack and 40cm behind. (The rack – of the ... [more]

[Image taken 31.3.21] Hurrah! A No vehicle idling sign. It's at a bus stop on Museum Street, York. Clutter be damned! Let's hope it's the first of very many. And that it leads to attitude and behaviour changes among all drivers, professiona ... [more]

This ASL on Rougier Street, York, is critical for cyclists to be able to move around the road network, particularly for people approaching from Tanner's Moat. (See: #166218) However, it is frequently obstructed either completely or partly a ... [more]

Line of damaged tarmac starting with the area immediately ahead of the ASL on Museum Street, York and continuing right across the junction in the direction of the Minster on Duncombe Place. Each is a hazard for someone cycling. It is also a ... [more]

[Image taken 9.3.21] Extensive potholing on Museum Street, York looking towards the Minster. Turning from St Leonard's Place INTO Museum Street is always fraught. There's an ASL but drivers often try to pass on the right to get onto Lendal ... [more]

[Image taken 9.3.21] Museum Street, York at its junction with St Leonard's Place (left), Duncombe Pl (ahead), Blake St (right), York. Damage to the tarmac immediately - unavoidably - straight ahead of the ASL. The number of holes means peop ... [more]

[Image taken 5.3.21] Sheffields near Tier electric hire scooters at Leeman Road, York. Close to the rail station and the National Railway Museum.

[Image taken 5.3.21] Tier electric hire scooters at Leeman Road, York. Close to the rail station and the National Railway Museum. (See also #164881.) For the list of all sites documented see #164663.

[Image taken 5.3.21] Tier electric hire scooters at Leeman Road, York. Close to the rail station and the National Railway Museum. (See also #164882.) For the list of all sites documented see #164663.

A Next Bike hire station right outside the Riverside Museum.

Dundee V&A Art Gallery and Museum

National Ethnographic Museum in Berat

Racks near the museums.

Holocaust museum Oslo

The National Science and Media Museum, but not a cycle parking stand in sight!

Cycle parking outside the Bradford Police Museum and City Hall.

No motorcycles, bicycles or cars through this archway to the Manor House Art Gallery and Museum in Ilkley.

Cycle parking at the entrance to the Scottish Maritime Museum in Irvine.

The Carpet Museum, Baku

The end of the Stewartfield Way cycle route, from Kingsgate to the National Museum of Rural Life. The bollards were a little tight, especially so close to the turn onto the crossing.

Glasgow 2014 Legacy cycle parking outside the entrance to the National Museum of Rural Life on the outskirts of East Kilbride.

No motor vehicles (more or less) in front of the excellent McManus Museum, Dundee

It was a massive wrench for many cyclists in Cambridge when Ben Hayward's closed their doors for the last time in January 2017. In our latest post we relate the story of one particular bike sold by the firm that has particular relevance to ... [more]

One of the bikes from Cambridge's infamous 1993 Green bike scheme on display at the Folk Museum. See also #101287. The sticker on the bike reads: CAMBRIDGE COMMUNITY BIK ... [more]

A riverside walkway in Govan, with the Riverside Museum across the other side. In summer a free ferry operates across the river.

An explanation of the cycling craze inside the splendid museum at Corowa. "When the bicycle first appeared in Australia in 1876, it was an immediate success. Initially this was because of its novelty, but it soon was realised that its ch ... [more]

Desire line to Riverside Museum

Bike in Museum of Dartmoor Life in Okehampton.

Cycle parking at the National Mining Museum.

Cycle parking outside the maritime museum entrance.

A limited amount of cycle parking outside the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester.

Buffer strip on edge of shared-use footway outside Scotland Street School museum not actually wide enough to give full protection from opening car doors, and double yellow lines don't mean there will never be opening car doors there.

Cycle parking outside Locomotion.

A shop stand in use as cycle parking at Beamish museum.

The segregated cycleway turns into a cycleway on the same level as the footway past the Scotland Street School Museum. Work still on-going in the picture. Opposite, the car park for Shields Road subway station.

The National Cycle Museum

The 1925 Tour de France looked like it really did what it said on the tin!

A 1928 bicycle made by Halfords of Birmingham.

Woman at the front tandem. When women started riding bikes it was considered inappropriate for the woman to be behind the man, so this one has a lady frame at the front but has to share the steering which can be controlled by the man at ... [more]

The story of Billie Dovey / Fleming who died in May 2014 just over 100 years old. She still holds the record for the woman to have cycled the furthest in a year, in 1938.

One of the very first folding bikes - as used by paratroopers during the Normandy landings.

Tall bikes are nothing new. This belonged to a 90 year old!

Stop me and Buy one ice cream bikes in the National Cycle Museum.

A warning of killer hills inside the wonderful national cycle museum, Llandrindod Wells.

The National Cycle Museum is housed in this former 'automobile palace'. It has a wonderful collection of bicycles cataloguing the development of cycling.

The cycle path past the Foyle Valley Railway Museum, with some graffiti needing cleaned off

The cycle path past the Foyle Valley Railway Museum

Marvellous Machines - The Wonderful World of Rowland Emett - Emett's World - Maud Lunacycle Marvellous Machines: The Wonderful World of Rowland Emett. Summer Exhibition. Gas Hall - Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. 10th May to ... [more]

Human-powered vehicle at the Science Museum (plastics gallery)

Bike-related exhibits at the Science Museum

Bike-related exhibits at the Science Museum

Bike-related exhibits at the Science Museum

Bike-related exhibits at the Science Museum

Indulging two passions at once, (well I suppose the C5 doesn't really count as cycling), but the museum was fab and not far from our house.

Even without the car parked there, these wheel-twisters at Summerlee Heritage Park are useless for parking bikes securely!

A museum about the first world war in Péronne.

Touage de Riqueval When we visited this canal museum there were friendly and extremely helpful staff who told us about the history of the 5km long canal tunnel here. This historic boat was developed to pull an anchored chain to propel it ... [more]

Danny MacAskill & The Clan, Look NO hands!! Location: Yorkhill, Glasgow (Scotland, United Kingdom) Just a bit of showing off..... (Danny's the one in the Orange)

Penny farthing and other frontwheel drive bike at the Science Museum in London.

Not enough cycle parking at the Fitzwilliam Museum

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