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Photo listing : destinations (good practice)

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The Cabin, where many cycling adventures in Hereford start.

Mirror on a cycleway in Eddington during a #CamRideHome

The café/pub at the Museum of Technology on Riverside, Cambridge is a great place to watch endless people on bikes passing by. Katrina counted 100 in five minutes and sixteen seconds.

Sustrans milepost on NCN6 in Watermead country park

Verity by Damien Hirst https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Verity_(statue)

NCN810

Super lamb bananas from where sheep were exported and bananas came back. Looking across to Birkenhead.

Liverhenge 🤣

Statues of the fab four - a very popular spot for selfies. https://www.winetravelandsong.com/2017/06/06/beatles-statue-liverpool/

Milepost

Peace Pagoda, Willen Lake, Milton Keynes

Onwards and Upwards totem pole in Campbell Park, Milton Keynes

Workstand under the Raised Faculty building.

Beautiful jacaranda blooming

Fishguard Harbour Station, I didn’t see any cycle parking.

Great view of Fishguard from the Marine Walk.

Kilkenny

Cycling themed menu

Romano’s - cycle themed 🇮🇹 restaurant

Daíl, The Irish Parliament, Leinster House

Football rules were established here in 1848.

The Alison Richard building. Same five years earlier #91977.

Manchester Velodrome. Artwork by British Cycling Staff inside the main concourse. Cycle Sport and Cyclers on one painting

An area map and the Falkirk Active Travel Hub in the High Street.

The BMX Centre under construction at Knightswood Park. Bigger than I thought.

Bicycle themed cafe, York

Eleanor Cross, Stamford

Mission of San Luis Obispo

Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway

Pump and work stand in front of Norbiton station, but it’s still wrong that so much of the prime forecourt space is given to motor vehicle storage!

A view from one of the rest stops in a nicer part of the busway section of NCR51, in Fen Drayton.

Stretford Manchester Water Taxi aka Waxi stop on Bridgewater canal

Yanar Dag - that really is fire* coming out of the ground. * OK, flammable gas.

The Cake House Tea Room at East Creech Farm Location: , Cocknowle (England, United Kingdom)

Leighton Buzzard station has elevators / lifts that can accommodate cycles. Two billion people use elevators every day.

The Borders Railway line reopening makes taking bikes to the Borders much easier.

The Sun at the start of the Planets, NCN route 65

Here's that pic of the Dutch king cycling, in easily-accessible Twitter friendly form. Just brilliant to see. https://t.co/ytygMsViZp https://www.velo-city2017.com/

Hulme HOME There are 2 rows of cycle parking and still more is needed here ! Just to the left of the yellow bike is a public use bike pump ! https://twitter.com/HOME_mcr/status/757942215608008705 see also #80016 and #83624

Public realm

Lentil as anything - vegan pay-what-you-appreciate restaurant.

Rail trail art Rutherglen

Lambhill Stables is now a café

The Cuningar Loop park has this Wee Cabin café, open at weekends, next to the adventure play area. https://en-gb.facebook.com/WeeCabinCafe/

BMX track at Cuningar Loop park.

Various activities are catered for in the Cuningar Loop park, including rock climbing.

Camcycle's new offices at the Bike Depot in North Chesterton

Bangkok Bed and Bike - a hostel that also offers bike rental and tours

Bears Way bench in Cluny Park.

Bears Way artwork in Cluny Park.

An icecream shop with its own cargobike, and cycle parking and a toucan crossing directly outside! Contrary to the arrow on the signal pole, the John Muir Way heads up the side street next to the shops.

Bicycle themed restaurants are not uncommon in Cambridge but I haven't previously seen bikes as part of the furniture.

Barcelonetta Beach, Barcelona

Park; bicycles seem to be permitted to use the path, based on observed usage

Park; bicycles seem to be permitted to use the path, based on observed usage

Parts for making a ship in Belfast's Titanic Quarter.

Great cafe!

Map box at LSE

Scrumpy Willow & the Singing Kettle - excellent café

Newcastle

Recently opened cafe is welcoming for customers with bikes https://www.facebook.com/stircambridge/

Pension Neidigk is an ADFC (German Cycle Club) accredited Bed & Breakfast - http://exactresults.com/wp/blog/hotel-critique/neidigk/ - on the Elbe bike path in Großkünau, near Dessau.

It's race day at my favourite track! @nlleisure @PurpleRockSport @GTBicycles #bmx #cumbernauldcenturions I?BMX http://t.co/JM9fqDZ0Ol

RT @sekkidesphoto Quite a view... #cycling #alexandrapalace #london http://t.co/5XDYBxrUvn

The start of one of the mountain bike trails at Coed y Brenin.

The start and/or finish of the Offa's Dyke trail.

There's a new building on the beach at Colwyn Bay. It has a roof that you can walk or cycle over. This side has a DDA (Disability Discrimination Act) compliant weave of ramps, but the other side is simpler.

Resting tired legs

Bike advertising guided bike tours of Berlin.

Pedalos on the Union Canal at Calder

Knitting covered old bike outside a new cake shop called katie custard creates in Saxmundham. More detail of the bike at #65196. They were selling ice creams and cake when we went there but were so new that they weren't fully open yet. ... [more]

No cycle parking at The Red House, home of Benjamin Britten. It was a wonderful exhibition centre and the reception staff kept an eye on our bikes.

Customers bring their bikes in and hang them on the wall at the Espresso Library.

Capital bikeshare bicycle at the US Marine Corps Memorial, Iwo Jima.

Foxton Locks canal centre

Giant yellow cycle to celebrate le tour in Rochdale

Cumbria, Brampton near Carlisle. Enchanted Teapot cyclists welcome sign on cafe window. Any windows like this elsewhere in UK? #cyclinn @enchanted_tpot

Burford House, where there is a place to stop for food. I saw a couple of young fella-me-lads enjoying a lunch to break up their bike ride.

The National Cycle Museum http://www.cyclemuseum.org.uk/

The National Cycle Museum is housed in this former 'automobile palace'. It has a wonderful collection of bicycles cataloguing the development of cycling. http://www.cyclemuseum.org.uk/

The Old Fire Station Chocolate Shop Good to see it's still there and being used regularly !!! Tarporley in Cheshire; freshly painted bike stands in fire brigade red! The sign on the door welcomes cyclists to bring their bikes in to t ... [more]

Castle Square Lincoln

The cycle path past the Foyle Valley Railway Museum

Manchester Sale Chorlton border Bike Barn shop and hire opposite Jackson'es Boat Pub #59692 . Jackson's Boat bridge is shown as well which joins NCN 60 and NCN 62. Both Pub and shop are hosts of the Bicycle Village in April http://www.bicyc ... [more]

Stautes of Eric Morecambe and Capability Brown on NCN6 overlooking Luton Hoo park.

Pick-nick tables and resting area at the pre-Schengen agreement border control point on the Dutch German border, between Neurhede and Bourtange. Follow #53543 into Germany.

Zaha Hadid's extension to the Serpentine Gallery.

The head of navigation on the Tallylyn Railway at Nant Gwernol.

One of the lighthouses at Flamborough Head. Details of the notice board are at #52946.

The Norlands Hotel - where we stayed in Scarborough.

BMX track next to NCN1.

Net's Coffee Shop on NCN568 Burton Marsh Greenway, which has a wheelstand for bikes next to the outdoor seating

Houghton Mill - recently in the news becuase of their commissioning of a new mill stone to grind the flour.

Kingston's bike pump by Cyclehoop in Clarence Street by Little Wood Street. The Kingston Cycling Campaign (KCC) was awarded an 'Environment Grant' from the council. We said that better pressure in tyres makes cycling easier and helps preven ... [more]

Cook book café – a place to eat in Rhyl's library.

Chainlink is coming to Partington in August http://www.bluesci.org.uk/category/chainlink/ cycle store and repair workshop. Learn how to fix and maintain your bike. If you don't have a bike learn on one of the stiock there. Bike stock also u ... [more]

Indulging two passions at once, (well I suppose the C5 doesn't really count as cycling), but the http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/ museum was fab and not far from our house.

Go ape, Wyre forest

Royston cave Unfortunately closed at the time of our visit... http://www.roystoncaveshop.com/ http://www.roystoncave.co.uk/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royston_Cave

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