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Dropped kerb and wands added to join ahead cycle lane from shared use path at A14 junction 32.

New dropped kerb to exit A14 junction 32 roundabout if rider has taken old route onto road from crossing.

Mountain-bikers approaching Salles-la-Source

Whalley Range Manchester . Seemingly random place for cycle parking. I suppose it prevents pavement car parking here . May be it'll be used in the new bike hire scheme to be launched this Autumn. https://news.tfgm.com/resources/kocku-gnyh8- ... [more]

Lanterne Rouge cyclists' café in Gifford

Bike parking in front of the Mole Creek Supermarket

It's great that the hotel offers bikes, but halfway up the climb to the Stelvio Pass, these may not be the most appropriate type.

Route signs on the D1 EuroVelo 12 North Sea Cycle Route near one of harbours from where ferries serve the Frisian islands.

On the outer dyke the the tarmac or concrete is inclined towards the sea, which requires getting used to.

[Image taken 23.8.21] Roundabout, Haxby Road/Haley's Terrace, York. The entrance to Yearsley Pool. Shared use perhaps in recognition of the acute angle of the access and the fact it's immediately off the roundabout (see also: #173606). Howe ... [more]

Wellington Street looking southbound towards the intersection with Johnston Street. New pop-up cycle lanes will be installed along here soon.

[Image taken 14.8.21] Library Square, York. Travel the world via the books or the PCs in the library, or, today from the Sheffield racks outside it. See also: #173231. Other images today: #173232, #173233.

[Image taken 23.7.21] Londis, Haxby Road junction with White Cross Road, York. The space for moving/manoeuvring here is very limited. There is a lot of street furniture in a very compact space. It includes a post box, two Sheffields (cycle ... [more]

Rennsteig long-distance cycle track at Plänckners Aussicht.

Country Corner Clothing & Footwear. Something nice to wear.

Voi scooters and bikes have reached Cherry Hinton

This sign is totally fictional. But it does exist. The typeface for the place names is authentic, but the numerals are a bit off.

[Image taken 25.6.21] Hall Ings, Bradford. The premises of Bradford Capital of Cycling see also: #170654, #170655.

Cycling through the Longleat Estate is free of charge, but if you try cycling through the Lions' enclosure it could cost you an ...

Everyday cycling cyclists on Hafenpromenade in Oldenburg, between Doktorsklappe and Arbeitsamt.

[Image taken 28.5.21] 'ATaxis' incised into (at least two sides of) this stone. I spotted it when revisiting the cycle facility: #165640. I was told: A-Team Taxis was on this site - 1 Mill Lane - before the building was demolished: https:// ... [more]

Trike etc at the Draper's Arms, north Bristol

Monument to James Starley, inventor of the bicycle. Well, one type of bicycle.

Monument to James Starley, inventor of the differential gear, and more.

Biker-friendly pub...

Pretty much the first cyclist I saw on the (newly surfaced) NCN route 52 by the Coventry Canal

The history of cycle manufacturing in Coventry, in the Herbert Museum

[Image taken 24.5.21] Marygate car park. The racks are usable again. They had been blocked by works kit and activities. (See: #166267, #165767.) These Sheffields in use see also: #169768

[Image taken 12.5.21] Knavesmire, Racecourse Road, York. Looking towards Bishopthorpe Road from the racecourse access. The cycle-ped-wheelchair route (see: #168854) crosses from left to right (the black and white barrier). More images here ... [more]

Bidston Moss nature reserve Pride Park CH43 7RF.

Strethall church - partly Saxon (not that obvious outside)

One small house with three cars (one hidden) - despite having cycle and bus routes to Addenbrooke's and central Cambridge. What a waste.

Old King Coal on the C2C/NCN 7.

One of the things Eddington does do well is provide seating in various forms.

Green Pastures site, our starting point

Bikes on a barge and the Woodbridge tidal mill

Touring cyclist at Southwold's lovely church

cyclist with ladder

[Image taken 20.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. Tier electric hire cycle. The basket has a sticker limiting the weight carried to 5kg. The design lets water run out the sides. There's an integrated lock. Other image ... [more]

[Image taken 20.4.21] Rougier Street junction with Wellington Row, York. Tier electric hire cycle. I moved it to the rack to test the weight - very heavy, and to get a better image. The cycles like the scooters have two-pronged stands. They ... [more]

Cycle museum, Tocantins, Brazil

Cherry Orchard https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stella_cherry

Plum trees Cambridge Gage https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greengage

Path from Palterton to Hillstown

Trails linking Spital with Hady.

Segregated cycleway crossing the Transrapid maglev test track in the Emsland, here the northern loop at Dörpen. This publicly funded development started in the 1980s, but was a commercial failure. Siemens has built only one 30.5 km (18. ... [more]

Trail linking Warsop / Langwith area with Meden Vale / Cuckney. Quite a sandy surface, only really suitable for Mtb.

Cycleforce, Royden Road Wirral CH49 4NB. 07756 154 082 Collection/drop-off or drop-in mechanic.

Original course of the Chesterfield Canal, the Brindley Loops.

Original route of the Chesterfield Canal, the Brindley loops

View looking southwest

Nutfield marshes

The historic Exe bridge - not much point opening it up for cycling now.

View beside AV / NCN21

This bridge now seems to be missing.

Footpath from Palterton to Hillstown, the best off road alternative to the fast road which runs parallel

Farm track /footpath that provides off road access from Shuttlewood to Woodthorpe /Markham Vale /Seymour area

Maybe there will be a pedestrian/cycle link here to the Darwin Green development.

The turf maze, Hilton

[Image taken 19.3.21] View over a fairly empty Marygate car park, York, from Scarborough bridge. The blocked Sheffields depicted in the links are at the entrance in the far right-hand corner (not visible in this image). See also: (blocked S ... [more]

Trail at Shirebrook Wood

One house, seven bikes and a trailer.

Cycle route signpost. Alte Mühle, Hamburg.

[Image taken 4.3.21] Outside CycleStreet (87 Layerthorpe, www.cycle-street.co.uk/ ) York. An example of a typical York cycle: adult cycle with child seat, basket, trailer. And in a typical York formation: ie with a child's cycle alongside. ... [more]

Footpath between Hillstown and Scarcliffe

Gang Lane, Scarcliffe

Well used footpath between Scarcliffe and Stony Houghton

Footpath between Scarcliffe and Stony Houghton, at the side of Roseland Wood

Footpath at Stony Houghton

Footpath at Stony Houghton leading onto Scarcliffe

New cycling artwork brightening up the underpass

Improvements being made

Bridleway linking the old railway line with Langwith

Bridleway between Warsop and Langwith, was old railway line, quite sludgy at times, can tell the route served a colliery due to the coal dust on the trail.

Bridleway that was former railway line, a good off road route, a few big puddles though.

Singletrack path that links Meden Vale village up with Cuckney / Langwith area

Path at the rear of Meden Vale village..

Path leading to Meden Vale village, from Hazel Gap

Where the old Welbeck colliery branch line passed over a footpath at Meden Vale

Path from Hazel Gap to Meden Vale, great off road access from Clumber Park to Meden Vale with just a couple of road crossings. Good track too.

Byway to Norton from Hazel Gap, a great off road link that connects to the existing cycle network

Ancient holloway through the Welbeck estate on the wonderfully named Drinking Pit Lane. The best off road route to Clumber Park from the Creswell area.

The initiative “Korridor Innovation und Lehre Oldenburg (KILO)” is proposing an underpass between under the raised railtrack, between Alte Fleiwa (OFFIS, BTC, IT campus et al) and the University Botanical Garden and the medical faculty ... [more]

A well-loaded bike in Kathmandu

Poulterwell Lane, where the water runs across the lane from Poulter well and forms the start of the river Poulter

Entrance to Birch Hill Plantation, off Mansfield Road. Taken from Poulterwell Lane, that leads to Palterton.

Clowne branch line greenway

Clowne Greenway

Where the old railway sidings meet the flood bank for the river doe lea.

Oxcroft branch line

Ballast on Oxcroft branch line

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