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Here at the 8 furlong marker of Epsom Downs Racecourse the cyclist is enjoying the prospect of a ride down into London using ncr 22, ncr 20 and CS 7.

This was once a useful and safe route. Since the sea defence wall has been built and the cycleway removed it's a danger to all users with no delineation between users. There will be a serious accident here soon.

Liss Riverside Railway walk follows the track bed of the old military railway; here, crossing the river Rother.

This eastbound cyclist on the South Downs way is on a ride to Chichester but takes a short breather here, having just ascended from Petersfield along ncr 22. From this vantage point there's a splendid view over the valley towards the … [more]

looking towards Freshwater from old station at Yarmouth on old railway line Location: , Yarmouth (England, United Kingdom)

bicycle parking at "Off The Rails" cafe, Yarmouth Location: , Yarmouth (England, United Kingdom)

Cycle contraflow on NCN route 22 between Portsmouth centre and the international ferry terminal

Family cycling on NCN route 22, Portsmouth

Sign to NCN route 22 from Havant station

Old railway track makes for a rough surfaced route 22 near Whippingham station. Red squirrels are to be seen in the adjacent woodland.

A sign I almost missed at the start of the railway path between Yarmouth and Freshwater.

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

Here is a picture of a shitty cycle lane in Portsmouth that gives way to a taxi rank.

Underpass on NCN route 22 near Portsmouth ferry port

Segregated route from Portsmouth ferry port converted to shared-use. it seems.

Multi-stage Toucan crossing on the route to Portsmouth ferry port

Underpass and cycle route towards Portsmouth ferry port

Road closure and cycle routes left, right and ahead.

Underpass towards Portsmouth ferry port

Shared-use path and underpass towards Portsmouth ferry port

Route sign to Portsmouth ferry port

Route towards Portsmouth ferry port

The sight that greets cyclists leaving Guildford westwards on NCN 22. The Mount is a 1.5km climb at an average of 7.5%.

Cyclist using an underpass on National Cycle Network route 22 in Portsmouth

'Jet lane' on the NCN22 to allow cyclists to easily join the on-road lane at the end of the shared cycle path leaving Langstone Technology Park.

"End of Cycle Route" always seems a bit of a badly-worded sign since NCN22 as a route continues along Brookside Road. All that has changed is that it's gone from off-road path to on-road lanes. At least the NCN22 signing is pretty clear.

Non-reflective bollard! But this section of the NCN22 is a former part of Brockhampton Lane (severed when the A27 bypass was built in the 1960s), so is probably invitingly wide.

NCN22 heads westwards, south of the A27 on a well lit path which is often shared with workers from the adjacent Langstone Technology Park on their breaks.

The NCN22 passes under the A27 trunk road in this cavernous waterside underpass, complete with historic countryside murals. This section of route is 'cyclists dismount' for obvious reasons!

This modern replica (not very good) marks the site of the former Havant Mill which was demolished when the A27 bypass was built in the 1960s (photo taken under the slip road bridge). This section of the NCN22 is 'cyclists dismount'.

NCN22 follows the Lavant Stream as it makes its way past Tesco (on the right / west) towards the crossing of the A27

The open environment of the NCN22 as is passes the Solent Retail Park with the Lavant Stream on the right (east)

NCN22 crosses the Lavant Stream on this Vierendeel girder bridge, provided as part of the Solent Retail Park development

NCN22 restarts on the west side of Havant town centre on this shared route leading to the Solent Retail Park

This section of NCN22 presently starts at the top of North Street, outside Havant Station. At this point the route includes a contraflow cycle lane. This view includes the covered cycle parking for commuters at the Station, provided as part … [more]

NCN22 runs through the Havant Station car park. In the western half, nearest North Street, the route includes a contraflow cycle lane

NCN22 runs through a dedicated lane within Havant Station car park

NCN22 runs through the Havant Station car park before crossing New Lane through replica gates, copied from the originals which were removed in 1963

The NCN22 follows this shared footway link between New Lane and Centenary Gardens.

NCN22 follows New Lane for a short length before turning on a dedicated shared path into Centenary Gardens. When the railway gates are lowered (behind the photographer) cyclists have to carry bikes over the footbridge which does not … [more]

Despite signage to the contrary, this small section of the Hayling Billy Trail is actually NCN22 (NCN2 will in future join the Trail from the east, behind the photographer, on a new path crossing Warblington School playing fields). The … [more]

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