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A ride along ncr 2 from Puncknowle ends up at Seaton's tramway station.

It’s a sunny evening in Gosport’s Falklands Gardens as a cyclist arrives after a ride down ncn 224 from Alton.

A cyclist encounters some ponies standing in the sun while riding across the New Forest from Christchurch to Southampton.

Here at the seaward end of Hythe Pier a cyclist waits for the ferry across the Solent to Southampton’s Town Quay. The oil-tank car is used to carry fuel to the Hythe ferries along the pier’s famous railway.

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

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 here. … [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 ncn 2 at this point, along a local route to Hengistbury Head and Bournemouth sea front.

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.

Wild animals such as giraffes and rhinos can sometimes be seen from the new alignment of National Cycle Route 2 beside Port Lympne wild animal park and the Royal Military Canal.

Cycle parking near the Royal Military Canal, Hythe.

A newly-opened part of National Cycle Route 2 following the Royal Military Canal.

New signs for National Cycle Route 2, which follows the bridleway each side of the road beside the Royal Military Canal.

Path near sound mirror very narrow - good to pick up speed for the hill in the distance but surface is a bit rough and there is usually people/bikes to avoid coming in the opposite direction

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