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End of shared use cycle route between the edge of Llandudno and Deganwy.

Shared use cycle route between the edge of Llandudno and Deganwy.

No motor vehicles on the Moiry dam, and new sign for mountain bikes to Grimentz (and to the left signs for a new geological trail).

New sign for MTB route to Grimentz

Llandudno shared use, and a bus stop. In the bus stop is a rather alarming 'advert' warning about obesity.

Cross the road to stay on the NCN5.

Llandudno shared use cycleway.

Cycleway on one side of this railway bridge.

Cross the road to join the cycleway on the opposite footway.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno. Looks like the golf course has granted some of it's territory to accommodate this deviation around the tree.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno. Tree priority 😂

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno. No priority at side road, but the road is brought up to footway level and there's a ramp for traffic entering from the main road.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Start of shared use cycle route between Deganwy and the edge of Llandudno.

Bilton bike racks with additional bar for added security

Bilton bike racks with additional bar for added security

Bilton bike racks with additional bar for added security

This cargo bike is used by staff at the David Parr House visitor centre (184 Gwydir Street) when performing "outreach" and promotional work. https://davidparrhouse.org

Shared use on the edge of Llandudno taken from a bus.

Tram pulled by cable under the road surface.

Belfast Bikes rental station

On-road section of MTB route

The route sign just means Turn Right on to the Road, I think

MTB route across the wooden bridge

Bus stop and hiking and MTB route signs

No Cycling on this road up to the Dixence dam (lost in the clouds)

Verbier mountain-biking map - updated to cover e-MTBs.

Cycle parking present here.

Path across the Cleuson dam

Start of MTB route at the Cleuson dam

The end of the dirt road south of the Cleuson dam - at the Saint-Laurent refuge.

No significant provision for cycling on the new Ely Southern bypass

New footbridge over the river and railway, alongside the new Ely Southern Bypass. Cyclists Dismount signs at each end totally unnecessary :-(

An accessible route alongside the railway could be useful.

Plenty of space to the left to put in ramped access

Plenty of space to the left to put in ramped access

Cycle parking and traffic-free space at Sembrancher church

Traffic-free space between Sembrancher church and the main car park

Back route from Vallorcine station to footbridge and the road to Switzerland

Footbridge and cut-through to Vallorcine station

Sign to the left for back road to Vallorcine cemetery and the Swiss border

Crossing to cut-through to footbridge and Valloricine station

Pedestrian/cyclist loop to the right through the hamlet of Le Plan Droit

Back route from Vallorcine station to footbridge and the road to Switzerland

King's Parade

Riverside Cambridge Museum of Technology

Which would you choose? Sheffield stand or two tier racks It is a unanimous vote for Sheffield stands. Much more popular. Cycle parking in the basement of 50/60 Station Road.

No Cycling sign above Vallorcine - it seems a random location, but it's more or less where the path crosses into France.

Cycle parking present here.

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Cycle parking present here.

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UPDATE See photo at #109143 (no idea how to insert photo after creating a placeholder) UPDATE Easy win Stop theTrans Pennine Trail car park at Atlantic Street is being used for Industrial Estate parking. The car park is owned by National Tr ... [more]

Altrincham, Bemrose Avenue to divert past the one way on Weldon Road . Recently changed to a one way street. This si a well used route by cyclists to avoid the A56 by using John Leigh Park . Now cyclists use the footpath to avoid the one w ... [more]

Altrincham, Place Road overgrown large roundabout used to divert past Weldon Road . Recently changed to a one way street. This is a well used route by cyclists to avoid the A56 by using John Leigh Park . Now cyclists use the footpath to avo ... [more]

Altrincham, Lawrence Road onto Place Road a filter has been opened wide enough for cars. This at least avoids a U-turn on Lawrence Road to divert past the one way on Weldon Road . Recently changed to a one way street. This is a well used ro ... [more]

Altrincham, Weldon Road . Recently changed to a one way street. This is a well used route by cyclists to avoid the A56 by using John Leigh Park . Now cyclists use the footpath to avoid the one way going down hill quite fast or take a divers ... [more]

Altrincham, Weldon Road . Recently changed to a one way street. This is a well used route by cyclists to avoid the A56 by using John Leigh Park . Now cyclists use the footpath to avoid the one way going down hill quite fast or take a divers ... [more]

Altrincham, Weldon Road . Recently changed to a one way street. This is a well used route by cyclists to avoid the A56 by using John Leigh Park . Now cyclists use the footpath to avoid the one way going down hill quite fast or take a divers ... [more]

An Awful Obstruction under the South Wales Railway Bridge by the River Severn on Alney Island in Gloucester.

The (summer only) free Govan Ferry makes its way across the River Clyde to the Water Row pontoon. It can carry bikes, and details can be found at http://www.getintogovan.com/visit/

Waiting for the (summer only) free Govan Ferry across the River Clyde to the Riverside Museum. Details can be found at http://www.getintogovan.com/visit/

The full length of the Pearce Lane cycle track. For some strange reason, the dropped kerb at Water Row does not extend to the full width of the cycle track.

Next Bike hire bikes at the Govan docking station at Water Row.

A protected cycle lane along Pearce Lane, between Pearce Street and Water Row.

Access from Drumoyne Road industrial estate to the path to Meiklewood Road.

Cycle parking at the Glasgow side entrance to Irvine station.

Cycle parking at the entrance to the Scottish Maritime Museum in Irvine.

Test photo that should be replaced. I can rotate it but not replace it :(

Is this the UK's, or the world's largest cycle icon?

Irvine beach is easily reached from the local cycle network in the town.

A short section of two-way on-road painted cycle lane, forming part of NCN73 in Kilmarnock, leading to a shared footway that gets narrower as it goes around the corner.

I had no intention of cycling on this path anyway!

Hiking and MTB route signs on a surfaced track by the Arveyron

Link under the railway and main road (the signed route to Chamonix is to the left)

Hiking and mountain bike route signs

Signs on the Capelrig Way at one junction, but the previous junction had none and the main path diverges from the path back to Capelrig Road.

The Capelrig Way links through Crookfur to a couple of schools. But stops when it reaches Capelrig Road.

French-style mountain-bike route sign

French-style mountain-bike route sign

Mountain bikers waiting to ride the gondola and chair lift to the Col de Balme

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