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No cycling on this link from NCN11 in Whittlesford

Gate feature at this edge of Whittlesford.

Cycle parking crisis at Whittlesford “Parkway” Station.

There isn't actually a through route here - better to stay on the road to Whittlesford church.

There is no through route here - far better to turn right to the road.

National Byway signs, Whittlesford

Who says there are no potholes in the Tory villages?

To reach the new cycle route (NCN route 11) from Whittlesford to Sawston, you can either use this footpath or go around through the churchyard, where you're asked to dismount.

To reach the new cycle route (NCN route 11) from Whittlesford to Sawston, you can either use this footpath or go around through the churchyard, where you're asked to dismount.

Cyclists are requested to dismount where NCN route 11 passes through Whittlesford churchyard.

NCN route 11 between Whittlesford and Sawston

Cycle route passes through a church yard in Whittlesford

Cycleway from Whittlesford to Sawston

One example of a very poor pass, several more here. http://radwagon.blogspot.co.uk/2016/08/ncn11-south-from-cambridge-part-2.html#Bypass (Date could be 1 or 2 days out, time is correct.)

A ride to celebrate the opening of the new route between Wandlebury and the Babraham Institute. Exploring the routes south of Babraham.

See http://radwagon.co.uk/2012/06/wimpole-folly-and-three-cams.html

See clip at http://youtu.be/HoxQee2Gom4 "Highway code rule 163". http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/TravelAndTransport/Highwaycode/DG_070314 Written numberplate on trailer is not legible either.

The signs from #33032. Could so with being rationalised (a new NCN11 sign has been tacked on the bottom) and the road sign to the station is looking rather tatty. However, they're all useless thanks to the tree that hides them!

cycle (and other road) signs. Honest. Includes a new NCN11 sign. See #33033.

New bridge on the Whittlesford to Sawston cycle route.

The new Whittlesford to Sawston cycle route

Whittlesford church from the new cycleway

You have to use a footpath to reach this point, the start of the new cycle route from Whittlesford to Sawston.

It'd be very easy to put in a cyclable link here. [In 2019 this is actually signed as NCN route 11, but there still isn't a through route]

There should be some indication that this road leads to the new Whittlesford to Sawston cycle path.

To reach the new cycle route (NCN route 11) from Whittlesford to Sawston, you can either use this footpath or go around through the churchyard, where you're asked to dismount.

To reach the new cycle route (NCN route 11) from Whittlesford to Sawston, you can either use this footpath or go around through the churchyard, where you're asked to dismount.

To reach the new cycle route (NCN route 11) from Whittlesford to Sawston, you can either use this footpath or go around through the churchyard, where you're asked to dismount.

Two sets of cycle parking at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford

Not only is cycling not allowed, it seems even pedestrians aren't allowed on the path! See also #31783

Drop kerbs needed on the M11 slip roads at Duxford. And surely the 'No Pedestrians' sign should be with the 'National Speed Limit' sign, on the far side of the footway?

Drob kerbs needed at the M11 slip roads at Duxford

At New Road, Whittlesford, the cycle route by the A505 ends, but an asphalted footpath continues to the M11 and Imperial War Museum.

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