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Think of this as a placeholder... Shared-use route parallel to the railway in Gippeswyk Park, Ipswich

No Cycling sign and on the ground on the riverside path, Woodbridge

A couple of bike stands and three lockers on the northbound platform at Woodbridge station

Cycle parking at Woodbridge station

Bikes on a barge and the Woodbridge tidal mill

Cycle parking just off the main shopping street, Woodbridge

Sign for NCN route 1 - turn right on the main shopping street and give way to pedestrians

Sign for NCN route 1 (& a historic crane, I think, projecting over the street)

Sign for NCN route 1

Cycle stands, Market Hill, Woodbridge

Signs for NCN route 1 north and south

Bike shop, Woodbridge

Contraflow cycling ahead - but NCN route 1 turns right here.

Contraflow cycling ahead - but NCN route 1 turns right here.

But it was 3pm! I cycled down Woodbridge's main shopping street without problem.

Bizarre cycle parking at the National Trust's Sutton Hoo property - it's only a couple of miles from the nearest station, why would they assume that all cyclists have lightweight road bikes?

Footpath from the Sutton Hoo burial mounds to the B1083

This sandy footpath leads straight to the Sutton Hoo burial mounds.

Restricted byway into Rendlesham Forest

Byway south from Rendlesham Forest

Byway into Rendlesham Forest (past the RAF base)

Byway south from Rendlesham Forest

Bridleway into Rendlesham Forest

Byway south from Rendlesham Forest

Byway into Rendlesham Forest

Bridleway into Rendlesham Forest

Restricted byway to Lower Hollesley Common

Restricted byway to Lower Hollesley Common

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)

No Through Road - but RCN 41 goes via the Butley Ferry

Signs for RCN route 41 by Orford Castle

Bridleway from Orford to Tunstall Forest

Signs for NCN route 41

Bridleway from Orford into Tunstall Forest

Route sign on RCN route 41 - it's worth the detour to Iken church

Route signs on RCN route 41

Signs on RCN route 41 RCN = Regional Cycle Network

Not a lot of cycle parking at the surprisingly large Snape Maltings complex

End of one Quiet Lane, and the start of another across the road.

Bridleway through Snape

Definitely no cycling on this footpath from Snape to the Snape Nature Reserve

Link to the former Leiston-Aldeburgh railway

Turn right to rejoin the former Leiston-Aldeburgh railway and the parallel track

Keep right to rejoin the former Leiston-Aldeburgh railway

Residents Only sign on the former Leiston-Aldeburgh railway

Thorpeness station on the former Leiston-Aldeburgh railway

Byway and cycle route signs overshadowed by the big No Access to Golf Course sign

Bridleway on the former Leiston-Aldeburgh railway

Footpath on the former Leiston-Aldeburgh railway

Byway across Thorpeness Golf Club

Footpath to the left, bridleway across Thorpeness Golf Club to the right

Bridleway across Thorpeness Golf Club

Bridleway across Thorpeness Golf Club

Bridleway south from Leiston

Bridleway to Leiston

Bridleways in this part of Suffolk can be too sandy to cycle on.

Bridleway south from Leiston

Shared-use path from Leiston to Sizewell

Start of shared-use path from Leiston to Sizewell - but there's no dropped kerb!

Just e-Bikes, Leiston

Cycle stands at Leiston library

Track to Leiston Abbey

Track past Leiston Abbey

Bridleway

Restricted byway (the grassy track ahead)

'Bridleway' road to RSPB Minsmere

Cycle gap between the speed humps on the road (officially a bridleway) west from RSPB Minsmere

Track to the beach and sign to cycle parking, RSPB Minsmere

No bikes on the RSPB's Minmere reserve - there's a drivable track to the visitor centre, but you'd better wheel your bike.

To the left a footpath, to the right a parallel uncycleable bridleway - your choice.

Clearly cyclists do come this way on Dunwich beach

Bridleway from the beach to the National Trust's Dunwich Heath property

Bridleway parallel to Dunwich beach

No Cycling on this permissive path over Dunwich Heath

Bridleway to the beach at Dunwich Heath

Wheelbender stands at the National Trust's Dunwich Heath property

No Cycling here on Dunwich Heath

Bridleway across Dunwich Heath

Start of Sandy Lane, southwest from Dunwich

Start of byway from Dunwich Forest to Walberswick

Bridleway to Walberswick Common

Byway between Walberswick and Dunwich Forest

End of asphalt on the byway from Walberswick to Dunwich Forest

Fork left for the byway to Dunwich Forest

Bridleway on Walberswick Common - a short-cut that's not on the online maps.

It would be good to have a step-free route between Walberswick beach and harbour

Junction of bridleways on Walberswick Common

Bridleway on the route of the former railway from Halesworth to Southwold

Bridleway alongside the former railway from Halesworth to Southwold

Bridleway alongside the former railway from Halesworth to Southwold

Bridleway on the route of the former railway from Halesworth to Southwold

Bridleway on the route of the former railway from Southwold to Halesworth

Improved route on the former railway from Southwold to Walberswick

Choice of routes to Walberswick from the bailey bridge

Bollards and No Cycling signs have appeared on the bailey bridge from Walberswick to Southwold

Bollards and No Cycling signs have appeared on the bailey bridge from Southwold to Walberswick

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