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Concrete mounting steps for tall horses or ordinary bicycles.

Pedestrian underpass, enforced by barriers and hectoring signs. Wondering if this bit isn't legally a public bridleway too.

Half muddy and for horses, half paved for pedestrians, cyclists and owners of bad, blurry pinhole camera devices.

Cycle route links up the city centre to Raleigh Park and ultimately Cumnor. Some hill-climbing and walking required.

The route crossing the stream here is half tarmac and half cobbles and mud. Legally it's a public bridleway with motor vehicle access for the landowner to the paddocks beyond this bridge. You can see the locks on the bottom of the bollards. ... [more]

This bit of the Thames Path is a signed cycle route between Botley Road and the South side of the City Centre.

I feel welcome already. It's otherwise a signed cycle route. Perhaps it would be safer to take the main road?

Funky horizontal/vertical tactile paving. This is the only sign that this bit of pavement is a (probable) cycle route into King George's Playing Fields.

Looking East from the end of the off-road cycle route onto the mini-roundabout on Ferry Hinksey Road and Osney Mead. Bit of the busy industrial park visible beyond the roundabout.

Love wins. Also a footpath and cycleway (and a bridleway, but a nice done-up one).

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