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A designated cycle route Location: Slade Green, London (England, United Kingdom) Sometimes it's difficult to believe how poor some of our designated cycle routes are. At this point it's very narrow. So narrow it can only be described ... [more]

Puddle across the width of the riverside shared use pathway, part of National Cycle Network Route 51.

West Quay is not part of the National Cycle Network!

Tunnel for cycle path under the A595 Location: , Distington (England, United Kingdom) This is National Cycle Network route 72 (NCN72) passing under the A595 road as it heads east towards Distington. The road is a bypass of recent cons ... [more]

Back on NCN7 Location: near Gartness (Scotland, United Kingdom) It was just over two years ago in June 2009, when I last cycled along this stretch of NCN7 albeit that I was going the other way, en route from Balloch to Pitlochry.

On the route to Sheffield Location: Rainstorth (England, United Kingdom) This is National Cycle Network Route 67, which forms a linking part to Sheffield of the Trans-Pennine Trail.

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See clip at I take a big risk passing as close as I do. The door zone covers the entire cyclepath. Highway Code Rule 240 (backed up in law) ... [more]

National Cycle Network route 6: Cobweb Bridge Location: Sheffield (England, United Kingdom) Rather ingeniously, the route both crosses the River Don and goes under a railway line via this elevated way which gives the feeling that you ... [more]

Replacement Bridge Location: , Lochearnhead (Scotland, United Kingdom) At Craggan, between Balquidder Station and Lochearnhead, NCN Route 7 follows the route of the old Lochearnhead, St Fillans and Comrie Railway, before climbing stee ... [more]

See clip at This cycle path, on National Cycle Route 51, is just too thin. With the fence where it is, it could be almost a metre wider. This is a shared path. I scrub off loads of speed, as ... [more]

See video at At times people working on the road need to temporarily block cyclelanes. That is, of course, completely understandible. However, the only thing happening here is that the van is pa ... [more]

Official Route 7 signs leading into a dead end. The signs have been there since long before the BBC building, when the real route was slightly to the left of this picture. Now that has been barricaded off, with no signs to show that the n ... [more]

National Cycle Network Route 12 in Peterborough. "All pedal cycles Turn left". Though there is no cycle lane along Bishop's Gate.

National trust bike parking at Canons Ashby - just a pair of wooden poles next to the bins. The poles have with small metal loops presumably for locking to but none of these users had used them.

Cycle Parking at National Trust property Canons Ashby is discretely hidden behind a thick hedge but at least its close to the tea room.

Houghton Mill, National Trust. This makes a great destination for a ride out from Cambridge, along the Guided Busway to St Ives and then along the riverside track.

Burnham Crossroads. NCR1 Millennium Milepost. If you can see this, you are probably lost ! The inscription says, "One of 1000 Mileposts funded by The Royal Bank of Scotland to mark the the creation of a National Cycle Network"; Casting ... [more]

National Cycle Route 1 at Ness Point. The wind turbine 'Gulliver', was built in December 2004 and was the first commercial wind turbine in Suffolk and the largest wind turbine in Britain.

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