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Histon Road cycleways built to the minimum width, and with no protection from close passing motor traffic. A short section of single-yellow will allow motor vehicles to park in this cycle lane.

Cycle parking at Cambridge's first Passivhaus student accommodation (graduate rooms for King's College)

Histon Road cycleways built to the minimum width, and with no protection from close passing motor traffic.

Histon Road cycleways built to the minimum width, and with no protection from close passing motor traffic.

Histon Road cycleways built to the minimum width, and with no protection from close passing motor traffic.

Advisory cycle lanes and double yellow lines at the south end of Histon Road

Canterbury Street meets Histon Road.

Histon Road cycleways built to the minimum width, and with no protection from close passing motor traffic.

Histon Road cycleways built to the minimum width, and with no protection from close passing motor traffic.

Advisory cycle lanes at the south end of Histon Road - but I do quite like the cycle symbols on the outside of the bus stop.

Simple scaffolding access for repairs to south ramp sidewall.

Simple scaffolding access for repairs to north ramp sidewall.

[Image taken 14.4.21] Sheffields (racks) at Monks Cross, (Wigginton), York. The aisle (gap between the racks) is just 187cm wide. There was no room for me to be able to reverse out without lifting my cycle. For a second view of this site se ... [more]

Good new cycle path

Modal filter and cycle parking, Great Kneighton/Clay Farm

Modal filter and cycle parking, Great Kneighton/Clay Farm

Garage and modal filter, Great Kneighton/Clay Farm

Cycle parking, Great Kneighton/Clay Farm (we could almost be in the Netherlands)

Modal filter, Great Kneighton/Clay Farm

Cycleway, Great Kneighton/Clay Farm

Modal filter, Great Kneighton/Clay Farm (also an unsurfaced cycle link to the left)

Modal filter, Great Kneighton/Clay Farm (this is shown on OpenCycleMap as a footpath, while the others are clearly cycleways)

Cycle stands at the Aura Building, Great Kneighton/Clay Farm

Two modal filters, Great Kneighton/Clay Farm

Two modal filters, Great Kneighton/Clay Farm

Jetty surface looks good.

Access to Clare & Peterhouse sports grounds - people come this way to walk north and south, but there could also be a link east to the busway.

Progress on surface of new ncn51 jetty

Beginning to work on new path between NCN51 on Ditton Meadow and the east end of the new jetty

Progress on surface of new ncn51 jetty

Beginning to work on new path between NCN51 on Ditton Meadow and the east end of the new jetty

Next layer of subsurface is being laid on link path between NCN51 and Chisholm Trail at south edge of Ditton Meadow

Bit confused about this. (Violet Rd E3 / Morris Rd E14 https://t.co/7EvQ7w1CNa )

Modal filter on Meadow Lane, looking north. Two bollards

Modal filter on Meadow Lane, looking north. Two bollards (one removable)

Modal filter on Meadow Lane, looking north. Four bollards (one removable).

The Cambridge Blue with a new off licence sign.

[Image taken 10.4.21] With 120cm between them, the Sheffield stands on Butcher Terrace, Rowntree Park, York are practically and accessibly spaced. The Winther Cargoo (see also: #167039) extends 28cm beyond the rack at the back. See: #167037 ... [more]

[Image taken 9.4.21] This Winther Cargoo extends around 119cm in front of the Sheffield and around 28cm behind it. The Sheffield is 75cm long. See also: #167038. All cycles need turning space for the owner to be able to move them in and out ... [more]

[Image taken 10.4.21] Sheffield stands in use on Butcher Terrace, Rowntree Park, York. This Cargoo cycle shows how much space different designs of cycle require around them. For other comparative cycle dimensions see: (unadapted cycle): #16 ... [more]

[Image taken 9.4.21] Rougier Street, York. The information totem (installed early 2021) blocks easy, convenient access to/from the Sheffield (cycle parking) stands for all but fit, thin people who are wider at the shoulders than below wheel ... [more]

It looks like the culvert will work well to interface with the existing path beside the river, and with the turn towards the bridge ramp

South ramp for Chisholm Trail river bridge has damage matching that on the north ramp

ncn51 culvert is usefully wide, but railings are upright and don't match those on the jetty

Disused wheelbenders - there's now secure single and two-tier parking inside the fence.

The B401 (A road) along the Mittelland-Kanal has a segregated cycleway with smooth tarmac allowing for rapid progress. For most sections of the Mittelland-Kanal between Oldenburg and Dörpen, the side opposite to the B401 offers quiet track ... [more]

Convertible space with tip-up seats in a Class 345 Crossrail (Elizabeth line) train - I didn't see any specific cycle markings outside.

Railings are being fitted on the culvert where ncn51 will cross the brook

Railings are being fitted on the culvert where ncn51 will cross the brook

Appears to be a need for some remedial work where Chisholm Trail river bridge and ramp meet.

Narrow public footpath behind the Pepys Way estate in Girton.

Public footpath on the right, gate on the left.

Public bridleway Bar Hill 3¼ Huntingdon 17 A cycleway to Girton is marked to the right.

Bridge over the A14

Bridge over the A14, public footpath on the left and a field on the right.

Public footpath off Huntingdon Road

Huntingdon Road crossing the A14

Huntingdon Road A1307

Huntingdon Road A1307

Crossing The Avenue which is the road from Madingley at the A1307

Huntingdon Road A1307

Huntingdon Road A1307

Huntingdon Road dropped kerb

Start of new route west from Keynsham (not yet mapped)

New route west of Keynsham (not yet mapped)

New route west of Keynsham (not yet mapped)

The towpath by the Avon at Hanham

NCN route 34 under the railway in Exeter - to the left is a pretty much traffic-free route past allotments to Okehampton Road.

Pretty much traffic-free route past allotments in Exeter

The Dobwalls bypass road goes over the railway (on the left) but the cycleway goes under, presumably using the old road.

Modal filter on a link to the cycleway under the railway at Dobwalls (on the old road, replaced by the new bypass).

Cycleway on former mineral tramway south to Devoran

Early morning ride on segregated cycleway on a relatively quiet road between Bösel and Thüle.

Shared-use path by the A394, Helston

Three cycle stands at the foot of Castle Hill, Helston

The old road is actually still viable for cyclists as an alternative to slogging up the hill on the A394.

It's not a cycle route, but the bridge from Lidl to the boating lake in Helston keeps cyclists off the A394 for a little bit more.

Segregated route from the boating lake, Helston

Cycle rental by the boating lake in Helston

Cycle route around Helston boating lake to avoid the A394 roundabouts.

Gate on the National Trust's Penrose Estate.

Gate on the National Trust's Penrose Estate.

Bridleway on the National Trust's Penrose Estate.

Bridleway towards Helston (in the distance) on the National Trust's Penrose Estate.

Bridleway on the National Trust's Penrose Estate.

Link to the coast path north of Porthleven.

Cycle/wheelchair route created by the National Trust on its Penrose Estate, meeting the coast path to Porthleven.

Cycle/wheelchair route created by the National Trust on its Penrose Estate, meeting the coastal path to Porthleven in the distance.

Bridleways created by the National Trust on its Penrose Estate - left to Porthleven, on to Helston.

Bridleway to Loe Bar, created by the National Trust on its Penrose Estate.

No unauthorised bike trails!

Route sign - diverted footpath to Porthleven to the left, bridleway created by the National Trust on its Penrose Estate to the right.

Route sign - the diverted coastal path to the left, bridleway created by the National Trust to the right.

Route sign for bridleways on the National Trust's Penrose Estate, with the bridleway to Berepper visible beyond Loe Bar (and the coast path to the right).

Cycle parking at the lodge above Loe Bar, on the National Trust's Penrose Estate.

Access to Loe Bar, on the National Trust's Penrose Estate.

Closure of the coast path from Loe Bar to Porthleven.

Start of a cycle/wheelchair alternative to the coast path to Porthleven, created by the National Trust on its Penrose Estate.

Turn right for a cycle/wheelchair alternative to the coast path to Porthleven.

The route to Loe Bar on the National Trust's Penrose Estate.

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