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Route signs near the North Sea coast.

Saltcoats/Stevenston Seafront

Riding the flood bank Norton Marsh, Brancaster

Strangford Lough at Killyleagh, County Down, Northern Ireland

Killyleagh and Strangford Lough, County Down on National Cycle Network 20

Roundstone Harbour, County Galway, Ireland

Bridge over Salt Lake near Clifden, Galway, Ireland

Bicycle at Islandhill County Down at Sunrise.

Strangford Lough views from the Tullynakill road, County Down, part of the National Cycle Network route 20

The end! Arriving at Southwold Pier Cambridge to Southwold ride

Ventnor beach - there's a cafe in the brown hut Location: , Ventnor (England, United Kingdom)

Black saddle cover with advertising Black seat cover advertising bike seats: "A range of bicycle saddles designed for the way you ride". Location: , Oldenburg (Lower Saxony, Germany)

Cyclist trying to photograph dipping his wheel in the sea at the start of a Welsh End-to-End.

I couldn't resist climbing onto these concrete sea defences for this photo, alongside the NCN5.

Grange Chine meets the sea, with fog Location: , Brighstone (England, United Kingdom)

static caravans at Grange Farm Location: , Brighstone (England, United Kingdom)

The long break waters on the Hoek van Holland to Harwich route.

Summer afternoon, Musselburgh Harbour 5 Cycling along the harbour wall

Cycling on the Beach 02 Location: Portobello, Edinburgh (Scotland, United Kingdom) Unusual sight - cycling on the sand of the beach, obviously down on the wet sand near the surf - I know cycling on the piled up dry sand is pretty useless. … [more]

P1090469 Location: , Prestonpans (Scotland, United Kingdom)

Somewhat shabby cycle parking, but at least well spaced Sheffield stands to tie a bike to. Sheffield stands at the beach on Links Road on the North Sea Cycle Route 1.

Signs on the North Sea Cycle Route 1 on the beach at Links Road, approaching Lowestoft.

National Cycle Route 1 at Ness Point. The wind turbine 'Gulliver', was built in December 2004 and was the first commercial wind turbine in Suffolk and the largest wind turbine in Britain.

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