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See for a video of riding around a pleasant little ride around Cambridge on good infra, not so good infra, and quiet roads. Just enjoy!

See clip at This is the cut through to Teversham Drift which keeps you away from the awful High Street environment. The barriers make it difficult for cargo bikes and child carriers. And there's no drop kerb.

Shared use footway into Teversham alongside Airport Way.

Zebra crossing of Church Road, Teversham, pavement cycleway on the right to Cambridge.

Teversham The bench says it was put there to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II on 2nd June 1953. The anvil is something to do with the engineering works here.




Car storage area in Teversham.

A snicket in Teversham.




Confusing street naming - is it Borley Way or Glenville Close ?

See clip at An example of lazy parking. It's necessary to slow right down as the whole cyclepath is covered. There is some space to the right of the van, but it's in the door zone where the van door could open … [more]

See clip at Cool!

See video at The cyclepath is in good need of a trim. Some of the encroaching flora is those really nasty stinging nettles.

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