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Picture of a man on a bicycle. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frederick_William_Elwell

A cyclist on a ride from Middlesbrough crossing the Tees Barrage on the way to Darlington.

The steep decent into Saltburn on ncn 1 is not for the faint hearted as conditions under the tyre here are quite challenging. http://www.cyclingfromguildford.co.uk/index.html

The view from Boulby Bank towards the spectacular cliffs at Cowbar Nab.

A cyclist following ncr 1 stops for a quick paddle at Staithes beach.

New cycle path (no need to carry ID now) for NCN route 1 between the Port of Dundee and the railway

Signs for the new route for NCN1 past the port of Dundee

There are two of these strange wheelbender stands at Broughty Ferry harbour

Start of route alongside the railway to Carnoustie on NCN route 1

There is no justification at all for a Cyclists Dismount sign here - but it's only National Cycle Network route 1, why would anyone care?

NCN route 1 straight ahead, scenic route to the left

Route signs and shared-use path entering Carnoustie on NCN route 1

NCN route 1 turns right and left here at Golf Street station

NCN route 1 between Barry Links and Carnoustie

NCN route 1 at Barry Links station

NCN route 1 at Barry Links station

NCN route 1 between Monifieth and Carnoustie

Shared-use on NCN route 1 east from the Tay Bridge

NCN route 1 towards the Tay Bridge heading into a lay-by.

Shared-use section of NCN route 1 towards Tayport

Narrow access to the railtrail towards Tayport on NCN route 1

Start of railtrail on NCN route 1 from the Tay Bridge to Tayport

End of the railtrail from the Tay Bridge to Tayport

Turn right and left to reach the railtrail west from Tayport

NCN route 1 passing Tayport harbour

NCN route 1 in Tayport

NCN route 1 in Tayport

NCN route 1 in Tayport

Gate on NCN1 between Tentsmuir Forest and Tayport

Rougher section of NCN1 between Tentsmuir Forest and Tayport

Rougher section of NCN1 between Tentsmuir Forest and Tayport

Gate on NCN route 1 leaving Tentsmuir Forest

On NCN route 1 in Tentsmuir Forest - not paved, but not bad

Well done, Sustrans - a barrier across NCN route 1 without any hint of a route marker.

Barrier on NCN route 1 at the entrance to Tentsmuir Forest

NCN route 1 turns right, although the route ahead is a shorter, and presumably rougher, route through Tentsmuir Forest

NCN route 1 leaving Tentsmuir Forest

Brief shared-use section of NCN1 route 1 before the Leuchars station junction.

NCN route 1 on the former St Andrews rail branch past Guardbridge

Poor crossing at the roundabout on NCN route 1

NCN route 1 on the Old St Andrews Road from Guardbridge

NCN route 1 on the old bridge, Guardbridge

NCN route 1 towards St Andrews

Start of section of NCN route 1 between road and golf course

NOC route 1 on the footways around this roundabout

Cycle lanes on NCN route 1 entering St Andrews

NCN route 1 west from St Andrews

Junction of routes on NCN route 1 - through St Andrews and avoiding it.

Sign towards St Andrews on NCN route 1

Attractive section of NCN route 1 along the River Avon (another one)

Turn left on NCN route 1 - the cycle route sign probably refers to an ACL around the corner which is blocked by parked cars.

NCN route 1 in Ceres (no, not the asteroid)

Junction of NCN routes 777 (west) and 1 (east/south)

NCN routes 1/777 to the Tay Bridge

1.4 mile central shared-use path on the Tay Bridge (downhill northbound to Dundee)

North end of the 1.4 mile central shared-use path on the Tay Bridge - there's a lift and stairs, but no ramped access.

Start of 1.4 mile central shared-use path on the Tay Bridge

Photo ID is no longer needed to pass through Dundee port on NCN route 1.

Start of NCN route 77 at the northern access to the Tay Bridge

Access to the Tay Bridge from Dundee - totally unsignposted (this is NCN route 1...)

Cyclists heading east from the Tay Bridge should go west here and U-turn - not signposted (this is NCN route 1...).

Royal injury collision https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-46918039

More cycle parking stands, and a sign for the "Alternative route to Inverness East".

Cycle parking at the top of the steep bit of the hill, saves having to pedal back up if the bike is already at the top. But some proper stands at the shopping centre entrance would be better.

The joy of advisory cycle lanes on NCN route 1 and the TPT - constantly having to weave inro the traffic.

The port of Dover from ncn 1.

The enduring charm of the rural railway at Wickenby level crossing. From the viewpoint of a train: https://youtu.be/RmF81bgyp2U?t=45m40s

The view across the deer park towards Holkham Hall in all its Palladian splendour.

The Norwich Gates to Sandringham castle; not everyone's cup of tea: #p101329

Local lad makes good. Well known as a Tudor churchman and statesman, this sculpture of Wolsey reminds us of the great man's pedagogic sensibilities, as well as his love of cats. https://seeds.suttons.co.uk/gardening/Wallflower-Cloth-Of-Go ... [more]

Cycleway by the Hessle Road (A1166), Hull

Crossing of the Hessle Road (A1166) on NCN routes 1 and 65 and the Trans Pennine Trail west from Hull

Cycleway over the Hessle Road rail bridge on NCN routes 1 and 65 and the Trans Pennine Trail west from Hull

Cycle stand and route marker on NCN routes 1 and 65 and the Trans Pennine Trail west from Hull

Route sign on NCN routes 1 and 65 and the Trans Pennine Trail west from Hull, vaguely visible beyond the parked cars

Road closure on NCN routes 1 and 65 and the Trans Pennine Trail west from Hull

Sustrans milepost (NCN routes 1 and 65) and the newly refurbished Queen Victoria Square, Hull

Cycle parking and sign for NCN route 1 in Beverley

Route sign on NCN route 1 in Beverley

NCN route 1 takes a detour west here which can be avoided if you don't mind cycling on a B road.

NCN route 1 towards Beverley

Route sign on NCN route 1 towards Beverley

Track to Bainton from the junction of NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses finally part company here. (15 miles to Beverley?? It was just 14 a couple of miles back!)

Route marker on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

14 miles to Beverley on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses - quite a dogsleg to the west.

End of short section of shared-use footway by the A164

Cycleway crossing the A164

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses turn right onto a shared-use path here.

Route signs on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

Cycle parking at Hutton Cranswick station

Cycle parking at Hutton Cranswick station

Bikes marking the route of the Tour de Yorkshire as well as NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

This National Byway loop is a very minor variation on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses, and a National Byway loop, all turn right here - but the direct route to Beverley is straight ahead.

Of course, the level crossing is not closed for cyclists on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

Route sign on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses

Level crossing (again) open only to pedestrians and cyclists

Of course, the level crossing is not closed for cyclists on NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses.

NCN route 1 and the Way of the Roses turn left here.

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