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Cyclists rest area on the newly opened section of NCN 2 between Bognor Regis and Littlehampton

Some cygnets enjoying the morning sunshine at the mouth of the Exeter ship canal.

A27 bridge over Chichester Canal.

Very wet section of NCN2

Shared-use route (NCN route 2) crossing the entrance to Newhaven ferry terminal

Cyclists Dismount sign on Newhaven Swing bridge (NCN2) - not sure why, as it's no different to the shared-use path on either side.

Cyclists Dismount sign on Newhaven Swing bridge (NCN2) - not sure why, as it's no different to the shared-use path on either side.

Route sign for NCN2 at Newhaven Swing Bridge

Sign for NCN route 2 at Newhaven Swing Bridge

Northbound cyclists on ncr 2 turn off the track bed of the old ’Hayling Billy’ line just prior to this point as the old railway’s bridge across Langstone Harbour has long since been removed; its remains are visible in the distance her ... [more]

Huts line the beach at Mudeford Sandbank where this ferry from Mudeford Quay is taking its passengers. The westbound cyclist is following a detour from ncr 2 at this point, along a local route to Hengistbury Head and Bournemouth sea front.

Private bridge closed 11pm to sometime in the morning and all day Xmas day.

Promenade to Hastings Pier Location: England, United Kingdom Promenade above Bottle Alley

Cycleway near Brighton pier.

New bridge on NCN route 2 - the new route from Exeter to Dawlish

New bridge on NCN route 2 - the new route from Exeter to Dawlish

NCN route 2 - the new route from Exeter to Dawlish on a quiet road with a 20mph limit

NCN route 2 - the new route from Exeter to Dawlish on a quiet road with a 20mph limit

NCN route 2 - the new route from Exeter to Dawlish

NCN route 2 - the new route from Exeter to Dawlish

Pedestrians to the left of the wall, cyclists to the right, in theory, on NCN route 2 - the new route from Exeter to Dawlish

Cyclist on the road, ignoring the wide new route from Exeter to Dawlish (NCN2)

NCN route 2 - the new route from Exeter to Dawlish

NCN route 2 - the new route from Exeter to Dawlish rejoining the road for a bit

Cyclist on NCN route 2 - the new route from Exeter to Dawlish

NCN route 2 - the new route from Exeter to Dawlish

Bognor Regis - NCN2 blocked again by beach and sea debris following a winter storm. Compare with picture #61345

Newly opened cycle track, part of NCN2 between Warblington and Havant opened in October 2015

A poor photo from the train! - the new cycle bridge on NCN route 2 from Exeter to Dawlish.

NCN2 in segregated lane right on the shoreline on the outskirts of Worthing.

Exe canal bridges

Exe trail

M5 crosses NCN2

Trail next to the canalized part of the Exe.

Picturesque narrow streets of Topsham

Cyclists on the Exe trail.

Section of coastal road closed to motor vehicles - removing through motor traffic.

A safe cycle and foot bridge between Dart farm and Topsham

No cycling in the station areas on the Hythe Pier, implying that it is allowed in between.

Cyclists cycling on Hythe Pier. They dismounted when they got to the station area.

A route sign outside the Portsmouth rail, ferry and bus interchange.

Waiting for the ferry from Gosport to Portsmouth. Bikes are charged extra, and only return tickets are available, no singles! Ed comments: http://www.gosportferry.co.uk/ There's a promo (retrieved 15 June 2015): http://www.gosportfe ... [more]

Lots of bikes parked next to the Gosport ferry terminal and bus station.

Exceedingly narrow cycle lanes have been provided over the bridge, and the "Beware of oncoming cyclists" sign implies that the traffic signals don't detect when cyclists are still on the bridge before signalling traffic in the other directi ... [more]

The shared-use footway changes sides for some reason, only to cross back at the Diving Museum.

NCN2 turns right on the way to Stoke Bay

The footway along one side of Marine Parade East is shared use. The widening around this bus shelter is laughable!

The footway along one side of the main road in Lee-on-Solent is shared-use. This bit is quite wide.

Crofton Lane was surprisingly busy with motor traffic. Unfortunately I missed the turn for the seafront path and had to endure the traffic all the way along Salterns Road. Proper cycle signage may have helped rather than relying on Sustrans ... [more]

A gate with a gap at the side near Brownwich Pond.

Speed hump on Chilling Lane

NCN2 is routed along a rough track from Warwash to Hook. Those on narrower tyres may want to give this section a miss and use an alternative on-road route instead.

A bus stop on the Dani King cycleway along Hamble Lane, plus a ramp down to some houses.

The Dani King cycleway alongside Hamble Lane.

Barrier at the start of the path from Hamble to the Royal Victoria Country Park

Gates in the Royal Victoria Country Park, with gaps at the side for active travellers.

Barriers each side of minor road crossing on NCN2!

NCN2 branches off from residents' road in Royal Victoria Country Park.

Not a one-way road. No Entry signs are endorsed "Residents Only". Much of this section of route is signed only with stickers, which are not so easy to see on the on-road sections.

The moment the cycle path quality drops, the fast chap switches onto the road. The road is also slightly more direct. There are no markings to warn car park users of the shared use cycleway/footway, only the sign.

Cycle path alongside traffic-calmed road.

Even fast cyclists use this path!

NCN2 path at Weston, next to Southampton Water.

Road closure on NCN2, with footway kept open.

The floating bus stop on Saltmarsh Road.

A latecomer riding through the junction, although Mr Motorist alongside me is somewhat far forward for red and amber! The two-stage right turn waiting areas can be seen in the junction. Ahead are the mandatory cycle lanes on Central Brid ... [more]

The waiting area for the two-stage right turn at the junction at the end of the Itchen Bridge.

A busy Itchen Bridge at evening rushhour. Some slower cyclists seem to cycle extremely close to the kerb to help others overtake on the incline.

Approaching Itchen Bridge, at the junction with the 2-stage right turn markings. Note the cyclist using the pedestrian crossing at the far side of the junction. Although signs show that right turns are banned from this direction, there a ... [more]

Hayling Island to Eastney Ferry Regular passenger (and cycle) service across Langstone Harbour between Hayling Island and Portsmouth. http://www.haylingferry.co.uk/

Hamble Ferry Location: , Hamble (England, United Kingdom)

Here is a picture of a shitty cycle lane in Portsmouth that gives way to a taxi rank. http://t.co/fN3lhMdSnC

Some kind of filming, it seems, in the shared-use underpass near Plymouth station.

The eastern end of the undercliff route from Brighton. There's also a cliff-top route from Brighton, which continues further eastwards along the coast from here.

Shared use NCN 2 approaching Felpham from Bognor prom. See also #74026.

Bognor Regis - NCN 2 cycle route along the promenade towards Felpham, completely blocked by shingle thrown up in a winter storm. The track at this point often has shingle thrown up during high seas but its normally passable with care. It wa ... [more]

On the new cyclebridge crossing the River Adur, as NCN 2, at Shoreham-by-Sea

The New cycleway Bridge crossing the River Adur, as NCN2, at Shoreham-by-Sea

View of the new Shoreham Cyclebridge, NCN 2, from Coronation Green, Shoreham by Sea

NCN 2 heading towards Lancing Beach. Widewater Lake on the left, the sea on the right.

Cycle lanes were put in along the B2182 from Cooden into Bexhill several years ago, but with parking allowed. Originally you only got the odd car, now there is almost continual parking making using the cycle lane almost impossible. This p ... [more]

Bognor Regis - promenade cycle track. Cycling is permitted on this shared route - its part of NCN 2 - but on a busy day cycling can be challenging. It does not help that at this point there is nothing to indicate that cycling is permissabl ... [more]

Segregated cycle path along Southsea sea front. Good in that it is segregated from the road and inside the parking, with a separating zone; less good in that it is too narrow for a two way track.

Bognor Regis - signage as NCN2 joins the shared use promenade. The route heads East along the promenade but there is no lane marking or painted warnings. The shared use notice on the left is repeated at various points.

Bognor Regis - NCN2 at Andrew Avenue Felpham. At the junction ahead, NCN2 bears right. Signage is easy to miss and a wrong turn means joining a very busy road.

Bognor Regis - NCN2 at Triton Way Felpham. Lampost on right indicates that NCN2 bears left at junction - this sign is easy to miss.

Bognor Regis - NCN2 route leaving King George Field at Felpham & bearing right back onto road (Triton Way)

Bognor Regis - NCN2 uses an off road path around the edge of King George Field after leaving Summerley Lane. Paths run in a variety of directions - NCN2 bears right on entering the field.

Bognor Regis - NCN2 leaves Summerley Lane to run off road; the lampost ahead has a sign pointing right up the narrow shared pathway. This is easy to miss if you are not careful.

Bognor Regis - Promenade Cycle route (NCN2) rounds the bend at Rock Point heading for Felpham Village.

Bognor Regis - end of promenade Cycletrack (NCN2) at Outram Road, Felpham. The promenade continues straight ahead but cycling is not currently permitted beyond here. Many local cyclists ignore this but please cycle with care due to narrow ... [more]

Hamble Ferry - loading bikes aboard at Warsash. This ferry crossing forms part of NCN2.

Hamble Ferry waiting to depart for Warsash. This ferry journey forms part of NCN2

What the shit? http://t.co/rgN15YuRZa

Bognor Regis - Promenade cycle route, warning to pedestrians leaving the beach [not certain that this sign is correctly positioned!]

Bognor Regis - Promenade cycle route looking west

Bognor Regis - Promenade cycle route south of Butlins perimeter fence, looking east

Bognor Regis - Promenade cycle route looking east

High Cross, now run by the National Trust - no cycle parking, despite being so close to the National Cycle Network's route 2

Cycle parking needed at the Dartington Hall information centre

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