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Welcome distraction from politics this morning. This is a new piece of infrastructure. This is a pile of shit. https://t.co/H6b5izZ7od

Definitely not a cycle bridge, alas, in the port of Nueva Palmira, Uruguay - if only it could have been a bit wider!

Turnpike House in Gloucester Road in Tewkesbury. There is no Segregated Bicycle Path or Cycleway here unlike in Kingsholm Road in Gloucester. Neither is there a Segregated Bicycle Path all the way to Gloucester.

Hi @CamdenCouncil is it possible to arrange a meeting with the person that signed off screwing this bollard in the cycle lane. Would really love to talk through the benefit and the thought process to get there. Thanks @camdencyclists @Ranty ... [more]

'Lift to Cycle Route' at Gatwick airport - rather mysterious, and I'm not sure how the lift works anyway.

Link to housing development by Baldock station.

Link to housing development by Baldock station - the height restriction is for the main road under the railway, not the path.

Pedestrianised area in central Baldock

Rising bollards to the Leicester Square pedestrian area (no cycling)

This was clearly built as a transporter bridge across the Royal Victoria Dock, but it doesn't seem to function any more - but bikes can be taken up and down to the upper bridge by lifts.

This was clearly built as a transporter bridge across the Royal Victoria Dock, but it doesn't seem to function any more - but bikes can be taken up and down to the upper bridge by lifts.

This was clearly built as a transporter bridge across the Royal Victoria Dock, but it doesn't seem to function any more - but bikes can be taken up and down to the upper bridge by lifts.

This was clearly built as a transporter bridge across the Royal Victoria Dock, but it doesn't seem to function any more - but bikes can be taken up and down to the upper bridge by lifts.

Private-public space in this new development by Waterloo station - no cycling, I'm sure.

Under the Arches of the South Wales Railway. Park Street left which is one-way and Hare Lane which is two-way. Going by Bicycle into Gloucester City Centre then Hare Lane only is used whilst going out towards Kingsholm and Longford then b ... [more]

Footway - with shared-use on the other side of the A390

Alley in Helston - not on any of the oneline maps.

Presumably these are meant to stop cars parking, rather than to park bikes, at the Truro College bus stops.

The foot of the mineral tramway from Portreath harbour - it's a bit steep, but there is talk of opening it as a pathway

Shepherd Market - I'd forgotten it actually existed. Not a cycleway, though.

The Shared Use Bicycle Path is Segregated from the Motorised Road Traffic. However it does not go all the way to Tewkesbury. Here there are distances measured in time not mileages which is not very useful as people travel at different rat ... [more]

Gate to the ilex avenue from Holkham Hall to Wells-next-the-Sea

looking south east towards the "Shining Wheels" sculpture

track descends towards the south east

track descends gradually to south east

entrance to park from Holme Park Avenue

Car entrance to Holmebrook Valley Park Pavilion car park. Gates are normally locked at dusk. (unlocked) cycle gate on left

narrow gap at side of main gates in case main gates locked (at dusk)

looking west

Adventure Park area

Notice board

track descends (initially steeply) to south

"Red Ball" sculpture

Holme Brook Valley Park Lake

path junction south of lake

Bridge over Holme Brook

Entrance to park from Etwall Close

entrance to park from Etwell Close (no parking for vehicles)

Outdoor gym area

Picnic area north west of car park

Entrance to car park

Bridge over Holme Brook

entrance to park from Milldale Close

looking north west towards tunnel

track diverges from road

entrance to path running outside of perimeter of park

paved track from Longfield Grange

paved track from Longfield Grange

bollard - no lighting

paved track

path between estates

looking eastwards from park entrance along tarmaced path at edge of park

entrance to park

steps between track and Holme Park Avenue

entrance to park from Parkside View

Percent for Art: "Shining Wheels" sculpture

Percent for Art "Newbold Arch" sculpture at junction

A cyclist arrives at Worcester's Diglis basin after a ride along ncr 442 from Honeybourne.

This short alley between two streets could easily be upgraded to provide a viable cycling link. It is slightly on the narrow side but isn't long enough for anyone to get any kind of speed up.

This short alley between two streets could easily be upgraded to provide a viable cycling link. It is slightly on the narrow side but isn't long enough for anyone to get any kind of speed up.

I don't know what this chain is for - probably not cycle parking.

Steps on this cut-through in Bayeux

This canalside path should be improved for cycling.

The new tram stop at Caen station - there's still a cycle route beneath the tree.

The south side of Avignon TGV station - ramps, car parking but no cycle facilities.

I don't know what this is at Avignon TGV station, but it's not a cycleway.

View to Villeneuve-les-Avignon across the Île de la Barthelasse, where there are pleasant largely traffic-free cycle routes.

Riverside walk junction with Duke Street

Riverside walk junction with Duke Street

Riverside walk junction with Duke Street

Riverside walk

Riverside walk

Riverside Walk

Start of railtrail southeast from Sarlat (and bike rental company van)

surface transition #54455 now fixed, with a tarmac surface under the bridge

Oh come on down to Dundee today! and avail yourself of the V & A as it looks out o'er the silvery Tay and then you'll merrily go away.

Potential riverside routes in Montignac

Plenty of space for a good cycle route here (and dockless sharing bike)

Footpath between Oxford station and the Oxford Canal

Paved footpath towards Oxford station

The bicycle carriage area on a new Trans Pennine Express Nova train. There are spaces for two bicycles each side of the aisle, and can be reserved in advance. Electronic indicators show whether they have been reserved.

Bicycle carriage marking on a new Trans Pennine Express Nova train.

The cycle spaces on Class 333 local electric trains between Leeds, Bradford, Skipton and Ilkley consist of a vertical hanging arrangement. There appeared to be a couple of these in this coach, and marked externally.

End of the surfaced section of the Grantham Canal from the River Trent

Signpost on the "Thicket Path" between St Ives and Houghton, stating "considerate cycling welcomed". This confirms that cycling is permitted despite the absence of the usual "shared-use cycle/footway" signs. See #109935 for a close-up o ... [more]

Signpost on the "Thicket Path" between St Ives and Houghton, stating "considerate cycling welcomed". This confirms that cycling is permitted despite the absence of the usual "shared-use cycle/footway" signs. See #109934 for a wider view. ... [more]

Desire path through the hedge providing a missing link between two paths,

Desire path through the hedge bypassing the adjacent barriers

Bridge over the canal

Pedestrian crossing and link to dead-end road towards the centre of Helston

Private parkland, with space for a cycle route alongside the A394 Helston bypass

A cyclist following ncr 1 stops for a quick paddle at Staithes beach.

The view from Boulby Bank towards the spectacular cliffs at Cowbar Nab.

The steep decent into Saltburn on ncn 1 is not for the faint hearted as conditions under the tyre here are quite challenging. http://www.cyclingfromguildford.co.uk/index.html

An Extinction Rebellion critical mass style ride.

Ope or alleyway leading to a useful route behind Truro's main shopping streets

Ope or alleyway leading towards Truro Cathedral

A cyclist on a ride from Middlesbrough crossing the Tees Barrage on the way to Darlington.

Gap next to the gate which you can pass through

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