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The ford, The Street, Kersey

The end! Arriving at Southwold Pier Cambridge to Southwold ride

Driver of FJ05 VSX Close Pass Shouting You Should be in the Cyclelane. Wrong. Video:

Article in 'Suffolk' magazine about the ambitious Pedal House bike shop in Hadleigh.

On the Suffolk coastal route 41

See clip at Just an awful pass. Passing to Close Highway code rule 213. Motorcyclists and cyclists may suddenly need to avoid uneven road surfaces and obstacles such as drain covers or oily, wet or icy p ... [more]

Wickhambrook 1 3/4miles, Clare 6½miles, Stradishall 1¼ miles and Cowlinge 1½miles.

A144 Norwich road cycle path looking north which has frequent crossings of business entrances with frequent signing of motor vehicle priority creating visual clutter.

cycle rack in Halesworth Thoroughfare behind Durrants

Cycle parking at former Halesworth Middle School Ed: This seems to be a long way from the school buildings and entrance. It looks lonely and isolated.

cycle lockers platform 2 Halesworth Station. 4 lockers, 7 racks

cycle lockers at Halesworth station platform 1 TM 38882 77895

18/5/13 opening of a new cycle path across the Millennium Green, Halesworth which was realised by community effort. This path is now part of NCR1

See video at IMITY =I'm More Important Than You SMIHNE=Sorry, Mate, I Have No Eyes Lots of drivers striding importantly past me with not enough room and forcing me to slow in parked cars. F ... [more]

Route 51 of the National Cycle Network runs along this section of shared cycle path / pavement on West End Road, Ipswich. Cyclists and pedestrians alike will often find their route blocked by thoughtless lorry drivers who park on the cycle ... [more]

Cycles left at own risk! - This graffiti really applies everywhere. Taken in Sizewell Road, Leiston, Suffolk.

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