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Access to NCN route from Sun Street difficult with my bike, a different type of bike could be impossible.

Signs on NCN route 41 (Google Street View shows a couple of cyclists looking at maps here)

Signs on NCN route 41

Signs on NCN route 41

NCN route 41 uses the sand-covered byroad to the right; to the left is an even sandier byway.

Signs on NCN route 41 (and it was good to see an advance sign a hundred metres to the east)

Signs for NCN route 41

Cycle path and footway have to squeeze side by side next to the canal under road flyover. The step between the cycle lane and the footpath lane makes it difficult and dangerous to access the full width when cycling. This is a hazard to … [more]

Thee is no delineation to mark which side cyclists and pedestrians should be. It's a dangerous free for all outside a primary school. A bit of paint here could make a useful difference.

The National Cycle Network NCN 41 barrier collection.

Under the A40 road underpass for Bicycles with a Walkway for Walkers.

Underpass under the A40.

Another poorly positioned Sign in the middle of the Bicycle Path.

Traffic Light Sign placed on the Bicycle Path sending out the wrong signals to hinder Bicycle users.

Social Distancing with the Coronavirus Covid-19 means that more space is needed for people. The Shared Use Bicycle Path in Churchdown gets narrow at the junction because of the left hand traffic filter lane.

The first of the far too many obstacles on the poorly designed National Cycle Network NCN 41 from Gloucester to Cheltenham.

Barriers and a Lamppost in the very narrow John Woods Alley in Gloucester on the poorly designed National Cycle Network NCN 41.

The poorly designed National Cycle Network NCN 41 in John Woods Alley, Gloucester. It is far too narrow and an obstacle course.

Another Awful 'A' Frame by the gate which can be Locked.

National Cycle Network 41 (NCN 41) Obstacles.

Bus Halt Bypass for Bicycles. This is also known as a Floating Bus Stop. Cheltenham Road East, Churchdown.

Cycling On The Bus Evacuation Strip The point of putting this picture up is that I have seen far worse things happening here.

Estcourt Road has some Cycletracks from the Inter War Era. They could be updated into proper Dutch Style Segregated Bicycle Paths. Here is the Shared Use Bicycle and Footpath. The work to improve the Crossings with Safe to use at the … [more]

Around the Houses. There are Barriers Galore on this Shared Use Path. A very long and slow way to go around the Houses. These Barriers hinder everyone on Foot and Bicycle. They could be removed and replaced by tactile paving.

A westbound cyclist on ncr 41 pauses under the roadside shade to admire Loxley church and the view towards Stratford upon Avon.

A northbound cyclist on ncn 41 waits as a boat passes Splatt bridge over the Gloucester and Sharpness canal.

National Cycle Route 41 runs across the grass here, completely unmarked. Possibly the least developed stretch of National Cycle Network in the country. Photo #84310 is from the same spot, looking in the opposite direction.

National Cycle Route 41 runs through this gate and along the edge of the field. Photo #84311 is from the same spot, looking in the opposite direction.

Here, ncn 41 joins the track bed of the former Great Central Railway on its approach to Rugby through Ashlawn Cutting . In the line's hey day, some of the country's fastest steam-hauled expresses passed this way. … [more]

Myrtle Hill PILL

Traffic queuing across cycle crossings (connection to and from Clarence Road connecting with #39709 and #39710)

This narrow path is not one but two National Cycle Network routes, 4 and 41!

Cycle parking at Severn Beach station and signage to NCN and local amenities

Narrow cycle path next to A403, barely wide enough for two cyclists to pass

Shelter for viewing Seabank Power Station from (perhaps)

Cycleway turns right under railway bridge, with track continuing straight on.

More circumvented access barriers

Access barriers

Underpass beneath M49 motorway

Bridge over M5 motorway

Is this bridge a border crossing? A sign that may confuse unsuspecting cyclists!

Warning of a Give Way ahead, very rare on a cycle path!

Cycle and footway on Avonmouth Bridge, alongside M5 motorway

Cycle and footway alongside M5 motorway at Avonmouth Bridge

Signs galore at start of ramp up to Avonmouth Bridge! Junction of NCN 41 and 26.

Cycle track with separate footway heading west from Pill towards Avonmouth Bridge

Start of another section of path on River Avon Trail

Short length of wide tarmac path on River Avon Trail between Ham Green and Pill

Start of path at Ham Green. Would be nice if dropped kerb was in alignment with the path.

Locked gate and bypass with opening hinged bar at entrance to River Avon Trail path at Chapel Pill

Former sign at path junction

The path along River Avon at this point has a lumpy tarmac surface, but this gives way to a narrow dirt track at the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

Signs at north end of Harbour Railway bridge

NCN 41 goes through a car park before crossing the Harbour Railway bridge

The route to take to avoid the Chocolate Block path (see #38829)

The "Chocolate Block Path", so called due to the cycle-unfriendly surface, at its junction with path to the M-Shed museum.

The roadway over Prince's Bridge has been divided into two two-way sections, one for motor vehicles controlled by traffic signals, the other for cyclists and pedestrians.

Festival Way route sign at Harbour Railway Bridge, junction of NCN 33 and 41

Harbour Railway bridge Location: Ashton Gate, Bristol (England, United Kingdom)

Speed limit on cycle path on the M5 Avonmouth Bridge

Well-surfaced cycleway on route of former railway line

Tarmaced bridleway leaves access road

M45 underbridge original built only to provide emergency access to the reservoir, now provides public access for cyclists and walkers from Dunchurch to Draycote water via NCN41.

Gated end of bridleway -tarmaced as part of the NCN41

Mature trees lining this former railway give this route through one of the most densely populated parts of Rugby an almost rural feel.

Cycleway on the former railway station platform under Hillmorton Road. This is the Great Central Way , part of NCN41.

Permanently wet section of the Great Central section of the NCN41

NCN route 41link between the old Great Central railway line and the Ashlawn Road bridge

Fire road from Draycote village to the reservoir now turned into a green lane style cycle-path as part of the Rugby - Warwick route NCN41. Surface is less than ideal as the central groove is very narrow and the outer tracks can be slippy … [more]

National Cycle Route NCN 41 on Old Warwick Road, Leamington Spa. See also #14749, #14751 and #14754

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