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This is where the surfaced section ends. You can turn and go beside the wood or through the wood onto the transPennine trail.

Link from Seamons Road Bridge down to Bridgewater Way resurfaced May 2019. Push button not yet moved so no way anyone disabled can come up the ramp and push the button to go over the bridge.

Exit ramp of recommended cycle route over Lockoford Lane at Tapton Lock (southbound) avoiding narrow towpath under bridge

Exit over Lockoford Lane at Tapton Lock to avoid narrow towpath under road bridge.

You couldn't make it up! The A905/A904 road to Bo'ness is as flat as a pancake but NCN76 takes a hilly route via Inveravon and Kinneil Estate.

Sale Ashton on Mersey off road route but needs widening

Diversion on Quietway 2, Islington

Quiet Route at Smithfield

Segregated section of Quiet Route

The anonymous cycle route signs points left, but the rather narrow footway straight ahead is also shared-use, as can be seen in #92637.

The sign says some anonymous cycle route turns right, but the footway to the left is also shared-use. Plus another pedestrian crossing on a cycle route where a toucan crossing (with the extra call buttons) would be expected.

Cliff Road where the local route no 15 (aka the Viking Cycle route) goes through a private estate.

Blockage on cycle route 15: seeing this on The Viking cycle route this made me want to wield an axe ):-(}

End of path from A1 footbridge (see nearby photos for barriers) at Tempsford, opposite Station Road.

Post-turn route confirmation sign for knooppunt 98 attached to reverse of give-way sign post

Pre-junction turn sign for LF4 and knooppunt 41 on last post before the junction

A designated cycle route Location: Slade Green, London (England, United Kingdom) Sometimes it's difficult to believe how poor some of our designated cycle routes are. At this point it's very narrow. So narrow it can only be described ... [more]

Baits Bite Lock

Horningsea Rd cycle track

Path to Ditton Meadows

view down the ramp to the subway at the start of Green Route cycle route, outside Easthampstead House Location: , Bracknell (England, United Kingdom)

start of the Green Route cycle route, which links Bracknell centre near the library with Ascot, via the A329 London Road Location: , Bracknell (England, United Kingdom) In the background is Easthampstead House. Cycling is not permite ... [more]

view southeast along A329 London Road, showing the dreary shared cycle path, a part of the Green Route Location: , Bracknell Forest Borough (England, United Kingdom)

view north along Bay Road cycle path, part of the Green Route Location: , Bracknell Forest Borough (England, United Kingdom)

sign to Holly Spring Schools along the Bracknell Green Route Location: , Bracknell Forest Borough (England, United Kingdom) In Bracknell, they have signs for local schools and other useful destinations.

Access to station from cycle park (and car park) shared with pedestrians and not very wide. There's more space to the right but it was fenced off on 23 January 2016.

Route from temporary cycle park. There's plenty of space, on the right, for a decent width cycle path rather than making cyclists share with pedestrians. Okay the space may be used for building work sometimes but it wasn't in use on Saturda ... [more]

New shared status cycle track alongside Emsworth Primary School, part of a local link in Emsworth avoiding busy roads and giving safe access to schools

A mix of pedestrian and cycle route signs, obscuring each other, while the motoring sign stands tall, clear and unobstructed.

Signage at The Tins path, during temporary closure at Kathleen Elliott Way for reconstruction.

The Tins path closed at Kathleen Elliott Way for reconstruction.

Temporary closure of The Tins path at Kathleen Elliott Way for reconstruction.

Temporary closure of The Tins path near Katherine Elliott Way for reconstruction

Bicycle trails for Rhododendron Park courtesy of "Pflanzen Bruns". See also #72238

Bicycle trails for Rhododendron Park courtesy of "Pflanzen Bruns": http://www.bruns.de/unternehmen/rhododendronpark/ See also #72239

Puddle across the width of the riverside shared use pathway, part of National Cycle Network Route 51.

Route sign for Döhren 4.9km and Maschsee / Stadium 1.8km . Location: Hanover-Mitte, Hanover (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Cycleway at a crossing in Hanover (Lower Saxony, Germany), with cycle route signs for: Langenhagen (airport) 10km Altwarmbüchen 13km, Zoo 1.6km Railway sttion 0.8km, Kröpcke (central square) 0.6km.

Cycle route signs near the Maschsee: Altwarmbüchn 14km, Zoo 2.4km Langenhagen (airport) 11km Railway station 1.5km, Centre 1.3km Bredenbeck 20km Springe 33km, Barsinghausen 30km Wunstorf 29km, Garbsen 19km Gehrden 20km, Laatzen 14 ... [more]

Cycleway, skating permitted, and route signs. Springe 33km, Barsinghausen 30km Bredenbeck 20km Wunstorf 29km, Garbsen 19km Gehrden 20km Laatzen 13km. Location: Hanover-Mitte, Hanover (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Cycle signs Location: Broom, Newton Mearns (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Deutsche Fehnroute / German fen route.

Vareler Schleuse Location: , Varelerhafen (Lower Saxony, Germany) Jade cycle route on smooth concrete near Vareler Schleuse at the Jade.

View from the cycle path on the Jade dyke near Varel. Location: , Varelerhafen (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Cycle route near Varel, where only cyclists and residents are permitted. The surface on this section is half tarmac half brick, north from here it is smooth concrete. Location: Schleuse, Varelerhafen (Lower Saxony, Germany) Brake 30km ... [more]

Green cycle route signs (cycling on the pavement tolerated) in Varel: Zetel 16.5km, Bockhorn 14.5km Dangast 6.6km, Dangastermoor 3.5km Büppel 3.6km, Varel Centre close Jaderberg 11.5km, Obenstrohe 5.3km Brake 33km, Rodenkirchen 30km ... [more]

Cycle route sign by the war memorial in Bad Nieuweschans near Groningen, for the Dollard Cycle Route and the ANWB Oldambt route. Location: Nieuweschans (Groningen, Netherlands)

Dollard route, Oldambt route, route 73 to Groningen and LF9a signs in Bad Nieuweschans on the Dutch-German border. Location: Nieuweschans (Groningen, Netherlands)

Dollart cycle route at Ditzum (Leer) on the Dollard on the Dutch Germany border. Location: Ditzum, Gemeinde Jemgum (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Green cycle route signs on the Dollard Route: Emden 11km, Petkum (ferry) 3.6km Papenburg 39km, Nendorp 3.2km Leer 22km, Jemgum 12km Nieuweschans (NL) 20km, Pogum 1.9km Location: Ditzum (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Lake Schwerin Cycleway. Location: Retgendorf (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany)

Cycleway between Schwerin and Wismar The cycle route Schwerin-Wismar is quiet and pleasant, alongside fields and lakes. It largely away from motorised traffic. Location: , Retgendorf (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany)

Cycleroute signs Route at a narrow path in Dorf Mecklenburg on the river Elbe - Baltic Coast cycle route. South: Schwerin 35.2km, Moidentin 2.1km North: Wismar 4.8km Location: Railway crossing at Dorf Mecklenburg (Mecklenburg-Vorpom ... [more]

Cycle route signs: Wismar 18km, Boiensdorf 1.1km Ostseebad Rerik 12.6km, Pepelow 2.2km Location: Boiensdorf (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany)

Cycle touring over soft hills. Quiet roads with smooth tarmac for cycling at speed in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern on the Baltic coast in East Germany. Location: , Neu Karin (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany)

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 568 Location: , Neu Karin (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany) Smooth, post-re-unification concrete slabs, fabulous for cycling.

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 572 Location: , Neu Karin (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany) View from my cycle route from Wismar to Rostock. This is a bumpy agricultural tack, but many East German tracks are very smooth, like #67596

Quiet, agricultural path with a speed limit of 30km/h. The 'post German re-unification' concrete slabs are so smooth, that the speed limit could easily be exceed on a push bike. But not all agricultural tracks are the same, see also #67595 ... [more]

Quiet, agricultural path with a speed limit of 30km/h. The 'post German re-unification' concrete slabs are so smooth, that the speed limit could easily be exceed on a push bike. See also #67594. Location: , Konow (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, ... [more]

Oldenburg cycleways. Cycle route signs at the 'Stautor' roundabout in Oldenburg. Distance to Hude 18km, to Osternburg 0.7km. Location: , Oldenburg (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Green Cycle route signs between Bremen and Oldenburg: Oldenburg 17.3km, Wüsting 12.2km (west) Hude 10km, Neuenkoop 5.4km (south) Elsfleth 9km, Berne 6.2km, Huntebrück 3.7km (east). Location: , Neuenhuntorf (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Green (off road) cycle route sign and wind turbines Wulmstorf 5km, Beppen 1.5km Morsum 3km, Holtorf 1.4km Emtinghausen 5km, Thedinghausen 1.7km Location: , Thedinghausen (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Green cycle route signs Holtum/Marsch 3km, Einste 2.2km Intschede 3km, Amedorf 1.8km Doubt the Pizza advertising is official/ Location: , Blender (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Cycle route signs Quiet road with cycle route signs: Red (on road): Hohenaverbergen 4km, Armsen 3.7km Südkampen 4km, Wittlohe 3.8km Green (off road): Lehringen 4km, Neddenaverbergen 1.4km Location: , Hinter den Bruechen (Lower ... [more]

Cycle route sign Location: , Hollige (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Cycle route signs Walsrode 12.5km, Düshorn 5.9km Hodenhagen 4.7km Ostenholz 7.2km, Westenholz 4.9km Bad Fallingbostel 11.3km, Krelingen 3km Location: , Krusenhausen (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Cycle route sign Hodenhagen 11.7km, Westenholz 2km Kröpke 5.6km Location: Ostenholz (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Cycle route sign and shelter. Meißendorf 7.2k Waller Holz 2.3km, Hassel 3.4km Offen 2km Belsen 2.9km Location: Gruenewald (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Lower Saxony's cycle route signs (approx location). Lower Saxony cycle route signs: Dehningshof 6.8km, Angelbecksteich 5.9km Celle via B191 8.2km, Reberlah 4km Unterlüß10km, Dalle 8.5km

Havelland Signpost Knot 01 Kuhhausen 9.1km, Jederitz 5km Location: Havelberg (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany)

Havelland Knot 02 Location: , Kuhlhausen (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany) Signpost and cyclemap: Havelberg 6.6km, Jederitz 3km Kamern 6km, Neukamern 4km

Havelland cycleroutes 83 and 75 Route 83: Görne 9.2km, Witzke 7.5km Stölln 5.6kmm Neuwerder 2.9km Location: Schoenholz (Brandenburg, Germany)

Route sign 44 and cyclemap Friesack 6.1km, Kleßen 4.6km Rhinow 17km, Schönholz 9.1km Location: Goerne (Brandenburg, Germany)

Route sign and cyclemap Havelland route sign 94 and public cyclemap. Rathenow 19.9km, Kriele 4.5km Friesack 10.2km, Haage 3.1km Wagenitz 2.5km Location: , Wagenitz (Brandenburg, Germany)

Along the Havel I found this useful system of "Knot Point" numbered route signs. This area West of Berlin seems keen to promote bike tourism. Route 83: Görne 9.2km, Witzke 7.5km Route 75: Stölln 5.6km, Neuwerder 2.9km.

Töpfereiweg with Zum Rahmen on Cycle route 7 around Wardenburg, south of Oldenburg. A pleasant and very quiet route.

Poster strongly aimed at encouraging people to get cycling in Arlington.

A route sings on the walking and cycling route around the Zwischenahner Meer.

The Wivenhoe Trail: a lovely route but an awful path.

National Cycle Network Route 76, "Round the Forth". This is the Longniddry to Haddington Railway Walk, which has a hard surface for the last few hundred yards on the approach to Haddington, where it is used heavily as a footpath.

Cycle route signs in Vegesack near Bremen.

This is on National (Cycle) Route Network 3. It's a 5-6m wide bridge. Why on earth barrier it off like this and stop cycling? There's plenty of room to provide segregated modal access across this bridge perfectly safely.

See clip at http://youtu.be/C8nOmhjLqrs After the http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bCxf9KgP8M clip, we've now moved onto this. Is Addenbrookes ripping out segregated route and replacing it with on road space? Or is this just a temporary m ... [more]

Post obstructing legitimate use of narrow shared cycle/footpath. Renders route unusable for cycles with panniers or trailers, tricycles & wheelchair users.

Londres 408 km by bike from the Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris.

Link between Gaywood Hall Drive and Bishops Road: a great big route direction sign, about 6 inches in front of an End Of Cycle Route sign! Picture captured from handlebar camera film.

I was trying to use this back route to avoid cars and get through on a longer journey. This threw me for about 5 minutes. Had to stop, look around, check the map, then wander (in wonder!) along speculatively until I spotted the right way ... [more]

Cycle route signs to places in north Baden and the Alsace at the railway station in Rastatt.

Route 15 Bristol to Yate Jan 2012 intersection with rail link from oil depot

Tunnel for cycle path under the A595 Location: , Distington (England, United Kingdom) This is National Cycle Network route 72 (NCN72) passing under the A595 road as it heads east towards Distington. The road is a bypass of recent cons ... [more]

When you use cycle route 51 from Ipswich Town outwards to Needham Market you may have issues finding this sign. Don't get tempted to proceed on along the Gipping river or you'll endup in a horrible No-Go area where copper thieves hide about ... [more]

In jest aboard the Harwich and Felixstowe foot ferry. 'We hate tandems!' Tandems are welcome.

On the route to Sheffield Location: Rainstorth (England, United Kingdom) This is National Cycle Network Route 67, which forms a linking part to Sheffield of the Trans-Pennine Trail.

Route 51, through the Moors, is seriously overgrown, restricting visibility and width of the path.

This sign is attached to a pillar where the Wivenhoe Trail (Route 51) joins the Colne Causeway.

Aua.

See clip at http://youtu.be/okkhfI_lOA4 Decsription there as well. Another irritating bit of this cycle route. Why on earth did they develop the cycle route on the road when there's so much space?

See clip at http://youtu.be/okkhfI_lOA4 Description there as well. Another irritating bit of this new development. Take cyclists all the way round to the wrong side of Hills Road and put them at slow lights.

See clip at http://youtu.be/okkhfI_lOA4 Description there, but this is one of those irritating bits of this new development. 500m going nowhere towards town.

Two trees have been set in the middle of the Wivenhoe Trail (Sustrans Route 51), at Hythe Quay, seriously hindering cyclists passage of this well-used and liked traffic free route.

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