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Photo listing: tracks (infrastructure)

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The rampart of Angoulême - ideal for a cycleway?

A new footbridge (on piles in the Thames) has opened under Barnes railway bridge - cycling is banned because the bridge would have had to be wider, which was unaffordable - but it seems quite wide enough, especially if bikes are wheeled. … [more]

Future pathway of some kind at Eddington

Burnie Path to Dyke village next to church.

Shortcut between Kintessack and Broom of Moy

Start of byway from a link to NCN route 3

Byway from a link to NCN route 3

Start of byway from a link to NCN route 3

Path towards Hayle harbour

Modal filter on path towards Hayle station

Bridleway towards Copperhouse

Junction of bridleways and byway, Hayle

Byway to Hayle station (right) and modal filter towards Copperhouse (left)

Byway towards Hayle station

Start of bridleway south from Connor Downs

Bridleway south from Roseworthy

Start of bridleways south from Roseworthy

According to Amazon's sat-navs, this is a useable through road. It doesn't usually go well.

Lane between the old and new A30

Cut-through on potential riverside route into Truro

Cut-through on potential riverside route into Truro

Cut-through on potential riverside route into Truro

End of potential riverside route into Truro

Start of potential riverside route into Truro

Bridleway north of Gweek

Bridleway north of Gweek

Start of bridleway on the downs above Penzance

Start of bridleway - not shown on online mapping

Footpath only east from Carbis Bay station

Path above Carbis Bay station - cycleable according to OpenCycleMap, but it ends at a flight of steps.

Cycle link to NCN route 3 west of Camborne

Farm track to the left, bridleway ahead

Bridleway towards Camborne

Road to the Lizard lifeboat station

Bridleway to Bass Point

Bridleway from Bass Point

Start of dead end bridleway at the Cornish coast path

Isolated stretch of new wheelchair-friendly path, presumably on National Trust land, near the Lizard

Technically a bridleway, but a dead end and no real use to cyclists.

Start of rather odd U-shaped byway, with link towards Camborne

Start of rather odd U-shaped byway, with link towards Camborne

Start of a relatively long and potentially useful bridleway

The footpath on to Humphrey Head, near Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria. If you keep to the right of the headland as you walk towards the sea, you will enjoy far-reaching views to the west of Morecambe Bay,

The footpath along the railway embankment from Kents Bank Station looking towards Humphrey Head, near Grane-over-Sands

The Col de Sommeiller/Colle del Sommeiller - a rideable track on the Italian side, more hike&bike on the French side.

Descent from the Colle del Sommeiller into Italy

This is definitely signed as a bridleway (south to the Godolphin road), even if it doesn't appear on online mapping.

Waterfront footpath parallel to the former A30 west from Hayle

Route over Carnsew sluice, Hayle - the cycle way apparently ends here, with footpaths continuing

Section of footpath leading up to exit of field around Flan Hill to Town Bank Road, Ulverston, Cumbria

Footpath which skirts around the bottom of Flan Hill going towards Town Bank Road. Beware possible bull in field, Ulverston, Cumbria

Victoria Park, Bristol

Saint Luke's Steps, Bristol

Cut-through in Roscoff

Cut-through in Roscoff

Cut-through in Roscoff

Cut-through in Roscoff

Cut-through in Roscoff

Coastal path to the left - cyclists must return to the road to the right

Route past the Chamonix Skate Park

Desire-line short-cut on the riverside route into Chamonix

The track from Levens to Aspremont keeps left here

Track from Levens to Aspremont

Track from Levens to Aspremont

Bridge to tracks south of the Ch√Ęteau-Queyras

Route signs on the track from La Chalp to the Lac du Roue

Mountain biker on the Col des Thures

Riverside track and (across the river) route avoiding the main road through Lanslebourg-Mont-Cenis

Riverside track in Lanslebourg-Mont-Cenis

Mountain bike route above Pralognan-la-Vanoise

Track south from the Refuge de la Balme

Cut-through in Chamonix

Route past a car park - this could easily be opened up.

Cut-through in Chamonix

Roadside track towards Chamonix

The resurfacing of the path from the Forth & Clyde Canal to Netherton Road, down the side of the David Lloyd Club only lasts a few metres, but it at least eliminates the step between the existing asphalt and the rest of the path.

Track, Liechtenstein

Track above Steg, Liechtenstein

Couldn't this be opened up for slow cycling?

Plenty of work to do here before the bridleway becomes a good route to Ditton Lane, but it is usable as far as Thorpe Way

The steps included in the public footpath either side of the old railway cutting

Shame about the broken branch, but certainly negotiable on foot or wheeling bike between bridleway spur and Tiptree Close.

Turn right for surprisingly good spur towards High Ditch Road (but with a slope down and evidence of a trodden-down fence when you get there)

Easily negotiated on foot and feasible when wheeling a bike (but not eg a cargobike) route up from High Ditch Road onto woodland path. Beware trodden-down fence.

Easily negotiated on foot, and feasible if not ideal when wheeling a bike (but not eg a cargobike) route down from woodland path to High Ditch Road. There is some evidence of a trodden-down fence so maybe not meant to be a public access?

The footpath to the left now seems to have been reserved for mountain bikers, with hikers using the dull gravel track to the right

New track being created by mountain bikers

Mountain biker between the Weissfluhjoch and Strela passes, above Davos

Hiker and mountain bikers at the Weissfluhjoch, above Davos

Mountain bikers high above Davos

The GR5 hiking route crossing a mountain bike trail above Auron

The GR5 hiking route crossing a mountain bike trail above Auron

The GR5 hiking route crossing a mountain bike trail above Auron

MTB route crossing the GR5 hiking route on the ridge above Auron

MTB route along the ridge above the ski resort of Auron

Start of MTB track above the ski resort of Auron

Not ideal, but mountain bikes seem to be allowed on this stretch of the GR5 hiking route

Road closure in the Auron ski area - pedestrians to the left, MTBs on a segregated track to the right

Cyclist and modal filter, in effect

Mountain biker above the ski resort of Auron

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