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Showing items 1 to 100 from total of 111 items. Ordered by location # descending.

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107131Photo #107131Cyclists rest area on the newly opened section of NCN 2 between Bognor Regis and LittlehamptonCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
97728Photo #97728Snow in Bognor...but the cycle track is clearOther:
Infrastructure
general
97727Photo #97727Cycle Bognor riders at the restored Aldwick Duck pondDestination:
Misc
destinations
97726Photo #97726Cycling and Supermoon on Bognor pier.Destination:
Event
destinations
97725Photo #97725Bikes parked in the sun on Bognor Regis promenade. This is part of NCN2Cycle parking:
Misc
cycleparking
89524Photo #89524Old section of the A259 now in use for cyclists. The full width of the old road has mostly been covered in undergrowth, only the cyclists are keeping the tarmac showing!Track:
Infrastructure
track
85880Photo #85880Heathfield railway tunnel (disused) - open to cyclists in the summer months as a diversion on NCN21Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
85879Photo #85879Low tide at Bosham as the CycleBognor riders take the harbour road on a misty November dayRoad environment:
Misc
road
83174Photo #83174Cycle lane on route 1 - Valletta to Cirkewwa - at the Red Tower, north of Mellieha. The cycle lane is level with the road although separated from it by a barrier. The pedestrian pavement is raised about 4 ins from road level. Cyclists are few and far between on Malta although upgraded roads have provision for cycle lanes.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
82670Photo #82670The signage next to these cycle stands could be open to mis-interpretation....Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
81971Photo #81971An interesting and unusual choice of name for the refreshment rooms at Brighton station - but no cycle parking outside...Other:
Misc
general
81970Photo #81970Lost opportunity...such a shameGeneral sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
80169Photo #80169Old railway track makes for a rough surfaced route 22 near Whippingham station. Red squirrels are to be seen in the adjacent woodland.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
80168Photo #80168Bognor Regis - New cycleway under construction at North BerstedCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
74027Photo #74027Limited and rudimentary cycle facilities on Southern Railways refurbished class 313 stock.Other:
Infrastructure
general
74026Photo #74026Bognor Regis - NCN2 blocked again by beach and sea debris following a winter storm. Compare with picture #61345Obstruction:
Infrastructure
obstructions
72538Photo #72538Bognor Regis at Christmas time - The only bike in town won't fit in the bike racks!Cycle parking:
Misc
cycleparking
72487Photo #72487Non standard and easily misinterpretable signage at Bournemouth rail station, intended to signify a shared use pathway. Not supported by any other signs!Cycleway:
Problem
cycleways
72486Photo #72486Attractive street furniture at Friedas Cafe, Stafford Road BournemouthRoad environment:
Misc
road
72103Photo #72103This public right of way between Bognor Regis and Littlehampton would be a brilliant cycle route with a bit of compacting of the foreshore. If you wish to avoid the busy main road, as our group found, not all of the alternative route is cycleable.Road environment:
Problem
road
72102Photo #72102The Brampton Valley Way (NCN6) runs alongside the Northampton & Lamport Railway. This location marks the end of current railway operation; NCN 6 on the left shares the railway route South towards NorthamptonCycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
72101Photo #72101The undulating nature of Merry Tom Lane, cycleway linking Pitsford Water with The Brampton Valley Way (NCN6)Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
72100Photo #72100Rest stop at the North portal after riding through Oxenden Tunnel, on the Brampton Valley Way. NCN6. This tunnel is very dark, no lighting provided!Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
72099Photo #72099North end of the very dark and spooky Kelmarsh tunnel, part of the Brampton Valley Way NCN6Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
70547Photo #70547No room for misinterpretation here!General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
70222Photo #70222NCN2 in segregated lane right on the shoreline on the outskirts of Worthing.Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
68239Photo #68239Bognor Regis - New shared use cycle/pedestrian path under contstruction between Barnham and WalbertonCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
67010Photo #67010Newly opened (23 June 2015) shared use cycleway through Hotham Park. So new that not even the proper signs are in place!Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
67009Photo #67009Cycle lockers - otherwise known as cycle racks - at Merry Hill shopping CentreCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
67008Photo #67008NCN 54 utilises a rural corridor along the towpath of Dudley No1 canal, in what is otherwise a very urban connobationCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
66147Photo #66147Not the best weather for taking the cycletrack built on part of the old runway at exRAF station Tangmere. At this point cyclists are also heading into the prevailing wind!Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
66146Photo #66146Hurst Spit - this is the only land connection to Hurst Castle and is cycle permissive although a difficult ride of 1.5 miles on shingle. To avoid this you can leave your bike at Keyhaven and take the Castle Ferry.Track:
Infrastructure
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65460Photo #65460A cyclist heading for the Portsmouth Catamaran at the head of Ryde Pier. The pier is open for light vehicles (toll payable) and cyclists (free). This is not a vehicle ferry so the cars can drop or meet passengers only. However, there is plenty of room for bikes on the Catamaran.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
65235Photo #65235SOLENT WAY - Beaulieu to Bucklers Hard:
Note that this path is now officially open to cyclists and provides a delightful off road gravel surfaced cycleway following the Beaulieu River. The route is shared with pedestrians and you are asked to cycle with due care and consideration. The land is part of the Beaulieu Estate and complaints could result in the route being withdrawn.
Cycleway:
Good practice
cycleways
65233Photo #65233Beaulieu Creek, opposite the entrance to the National Motor Museum. No parking facilities for cyclists here, very limited secure parking anywhere!Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
65230Photo #65230Hatchet Pond, convenient stopping point for touring cyclistsDestination:
Misc
destinations
65228Photo #65228Leaving an approved off-road New Forest cycle route at Rans Wood and about to re-join a tarmac surface. The approved routes through the forest are generally hard gravel sometimes with a surface dressing and are suitable for most bike types.Road environment:
Infrastructure
road
65225Photo #65225Cyclists from the CycleBognor group on one of the approved cycling trails through the New Forest, near the Hawkhill enclosure (Markerpost 331)Track:
Infrastructure
track
65180Photo #65180Imaginative flower tub cycle racks at Staunton Country ParkCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
65029Photo #65029Cars queueing as far as the eye can see - but the cycletrack is empty! Motorists - its quicker by bike!Congestion:
Infrastructure
congestion
64534Photo #64534NCN 222 Downslink crosses the River Arun by way of the famous Double Bridge at Rudgwick. The route uses the top tier.Destination:
Infrastructure
destinations
64498Photo #64498Unusual sign for cyclists approaching Valentine Bridge, Bristol.

Ed: I'd suggest this is an attempt by the bridge owners to limit their liability as the parapets may not have been built to the statutory height. So they're covering their backs not the cyclists'. There's a similar situation on the Green Dragon bridge in Cambridge.
General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
64265Photo #64265Bognor Regis - this shopping park has bike stands installed far too close to the buildings -its impossible to park properly and the low protruding ridge does not help!Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
64264Photo #64264Unusual triple shared route sign in Gloucester - especially as the road has a pavement for pedestrians!General sign/notice:
Infrastructure
signs
63308Photo #63308Cyclists on a CycleBognor organised ride approaching Stonewall Farm, BoshamRoad environment:
Misc
road
63207Photo #63207Bognor Regis - unneccessary additional railings at the A259 underpassObstruction:
Problem
obstructions
63206Photo #63206Bognor Regis - improved cycle parking facilities at Tesco SuperstoreCycle parking:
Good practice
cycleparking
62737Photo #62737Bognor Regis - 14th Century Shripney Lane has been severed due to construction of the Northern Relief Road. Through access now only available to bikes and pedestrians. This view taken just prior to the relief road opening, shows the new layout. Looking south down Shripney Lane, the route now crosses what will be the very busy A259 with only a central refuge to aid safe crossing.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
61345Photo #61345Shared use NCN 2 approaching Felpham from Bognor prom. See also #74026.Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
61285Photo #61285This pathway behind the Beach Huts at Aldwick is an extension of Bognor Prom. Cycling is allowed the full length of the prom but its not clear whether this bit still counts as the prom and there is no signage at all on this stretch to permit or prohibit cycling. Potential here for disputes!Track:
Infrastructure
track
61284Photo #61284This picturesque route around Pagham Harbour forms part of a traffic free route between Bognor, Sidlesham, and then on to Selsey, but unfortunately cycling is prohibited. Another missing link for reasons that are not quite clearTrack:
Infrastructure
track
61157Photo #61157Binderton Railway tunnel (54 yrds) currently the subject of planning proposals by SDNPA (South Downs National Park Authority) to extend RCN88 cycleroute through it thus avoiding very busy main road, which passes over it. STOP PRESS - Planning consent has been given.Track:
Infrastructure
track
61156Photo #61156RCN 88 north of Lavant, the cyclists are heading southCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
61155Photo #61155Bognor Regis - NCN 2 cycle route along the promenade towards Felpham, completely blocked by shingle thrown up in a winter storm. The track at this point often has shingle thrown up during high seas but its normally passable with care. It was 8 days before this route was fully useable again.Cycleway:
Event
cycleways
61154Photo #61154Bikes parked outside the Look-Sea Centre in Littlehampton. Why are there no Sheffield stands at this popular destination?Cycle parking:
Problem
cycleparking
61153Photo #61153Bognor Regis - Cyclists at London Road Car park proving the need for cycle parking at this location!Road environment:
Problem
road
61152Photo #61152Negotiating Grevatts Bridge, crossing the Ryebank Rife (River) in Ancton Woods. This neglected track would make an excellent addition to the local cycle network in Bognor Regis, if a few improvements could be funded.Track:
Problem
track
61151Photo #61151Cyclists from the CycleBognor group using an ancient trackway to avoid the busy A.259 at Grevatts LaneTrack:
Infrastructure
track
61150Photo #61150Start of the Cycle route from Barnham towards Felpham & Bognor Regis, at Church Lane Barnham. Note the 5-bar gate is normally closed, access is via the side gate. The large gate is opened only to access overflow parking at the ChurchTrack:
Infrastructure
track
61149Photo #61149D & D Cycles, Barnham Road BarnhamBike shop:
Misc
bikeshops
61023Photo #61023Downslink 222 - Cycling through the remains of West Grinstead StationCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
61022Photo #61022Downslink 222 - cycle route crossing the River Adur on one of the original railway bridgesTrack:
Infrastructure
track
61021Photo #61021Downslink 222 - short length of rail still embedded in the roadway at site of level crossingRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
61020Photo #61020Downslink Route 222 north of Bramber where it follows Wyckham LaneRoad environment:
Infrastructure
road
61019Photo #61019Set of buffer stops just north of Shoreham confirm that Downs Link route 222 is a former rail lineCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
61018Photo #61018wooden bridge at Old Shoreham, built 1782 now restored and carries shared cycle and pedestrian track across the river AdurCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
60902Photo #60902Shanklin - A3055 through Shanklin old villageRoad environment:
Misc
road
60901Photo #60901On the new cyclebridge crossing the River Adur, as NCN 2, at Shoreham-by-SeaCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
60900Photo #60900The New cycleway Bridge crossing the River Adur, as NCN2, at Shoreham-by-SeaCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
60899Photo #60899View of the new Shoreham Cyclebridge, NCN 2, from Coronation Green, Shoreham by SeaCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
60898Photo #60898NCN 2 heading towards Lancing Beach. Widewater Lake on the left, the sea on the right.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
60897Photo #60897Track through Ancton Woods, near Elmer. This is cyclable with care; there are two narrow bridges to negotiate but is a quiet alternative to unpleasant riding on a very busy A.259 between Littlehampton & Bognor RegisTrack:
Infrastructure
track
60896Photo #60896The site of Stewart Bridge, on the long abandoned Arundel to Portsmouth Canal. The remains of the next swivel bridge along, Hollinsworth Bridge, are stored here for restoration purposes.Destination:
Misc
destinations
59331Photo #59331Bognor Regis - Kampos cycles, London RoadBike shop:
Misc
bikeshops
59312Photo #59312Bognor Regis - Felpham Bikes 125 Felpham WayBike shop:
Misc
bikeshops
59248Photo #59248RCN 88 - Cycle route to Selsey runs through an unfenced cattle field at this point. The cows are used to Cyclists! In season the bushes just beyond the cyclists are a popular spot for blackberrying.Track:
Infrastructure
track
59247Photo #59247RCN 88 at Church Farm Lane, SidleshamCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
59246Photo #59246Bognor Regis - plenty of Sheffield Stands for cyclists at Sainsburys SuperstoreCycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
59245Photo #59245Cyclists stop to inspect the ruins of Boxgrove PrioryDestination:
Misc
destinations
59243Photo #59243Bognor Regis - promenade cycle track. Cycling is permitted on this shared route - its part of NCN 2 - but on a busy day cycling can be challenging. It does not help that at this point there is nothing to indicate that cycling is permissable.Congestion:
Infrastructure
congestion
59082Photo #59082Bognor Regis - route signage on Bognor Regis- Chichester Cycleway, at Drayton. At this point the route crosses the very busy A259, with only a small central refuge to assist.Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
58972Photo #58972Bognor Regis - signage as NCN2 joins the shared use promenade. The route heads East along the promenade but there is no lane marking or painted warnings. The shared use notice on the left is repeated at various points.Route sign:
Infrastructure
routesigns
58786Photo #58786Bognor Regis - the shortest bit of cycletrack in the area is this 3 metre stretch with badly worn markings which is part of the Chichester-Bognor Cycleway. The crossing ahead is a Toucan, with cycle aspect display.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
58785Photo #58785Bognor Regis - the Chichester-Bognor Cycleway runs through an unmapped pathway to link into Winston Crescent. At the far end is an instruction for cyclists to dismount; but there is no such instruction when approaching from this direction.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
58595Photo #58595Bognor Regis - NCN2 at Andrew Avenue Felpham. At the junction ahead, NCN2 bears right. Signage is easy to miss and a wrong turn means joining a very busy road.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
58594Photo #58594Bognor Regis - NCN2 at Triton Way Felpham. Lampost on right indicates that NCN2 bears left at junction - this sign is easy to miss.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
58593Photo #58593Bognor Regis - NCN2 route leaving King George Field at Felpham & bearing right back onto road (Triton Way)Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
58592Photo #58592Bognor Regis - NCN2 uses an off road path around the edge of King George Field after leaving Summerley Lane. Paths run in a variety of directions - NCN2 bears right on entering the field.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
58591Photo #58591Bognor Regis - NCN2 leaves Summerley Lane to run off road; the lampost ahead has a sign pointing right up the narrow shared pathway. This is easy to miss if you are not careful.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
58590Photo #58590Bognor Regis - Promenade Cycle route (NCN2) rounds the bend at Rock Point heading for Felpham Village.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
58589Photo #58589Bognor Regis - end of promenade Cycletrack (NCN2) at Outram Road, Felpham. The promenade continues straight ahead but cycling is not currently permitted beyond here. Many local cyclists ignore this but please cycle with care due to narrow and blind corners. The Parish council have plans for a safe cycling route here but until this gets the go-ahead the official NCN2 cycle route diverts left just before the black bin.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
58527Photo #58527Course of old railway between Brading and Bembridge, at this point it is a permissive cycle route.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
58471Photo #58471NCN 88 Cycle way along the towpath of Chichester Canal, approaching Poyntz Bridge at Hunston.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
58470Photo #58470Hamble Ferry - loading bikes aboard at Warsash. This ferry crossing forms part of NCN2.Other:
Infrastructure
general
58469Photo #58469Hamble Ferry waiting to depart for Warsash. This ferry journey forms part of NCN2Other:
Infrastructure
general
58445Photo #58445Bognor Regis-Chichester cycle route adjacent to A259 at Merston, group of cyclists heading South towards Bognor.Cycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
58444Photo #58444Salterns Way Cycle track, heading SouthCycleway:
Infrastructure
cycleways
58167Photo #58167Bognor Regis -under cover double-deck parking at the rail station (2 of 2)Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
58166Photo #58166Bognor Regis - under cover double-deck bike parking at the rail station (1of 2)Cycle parking:
Infrastructure
cycleparking
57781Photo #57781Bognor Regis-Barnham link: bridge crossing the Aldingbourne Rife
(pic taken after very heavy rain; fields are flooded, cycleroute is clear)
Track:
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