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The inevitable result of placing a barrier in the way of the path and not diverting the path directly to the forced crossing point - a worn path across the grass. Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but is that fence panel not meant to be inst ... [more]

So if I can stand in the middle of the road taking photos of the barrier, is the road really so dangerous that it needs the barrier?

More mysterious symbols added to the NCN1 sign.

I guess they never thought that anyone would cycle to the industrial units, so never thought to install a dropped kerb where the path meets the road. Of course, the majority of users will be going the other way, so why the turn away from ... [more]

A newly installed barrier right over the end of the path at a minor road crossing at Tweedside Park.

The vegetation needs better management on what has become a blind corner on NCN1.

Full route signs at a minor access point on NCN1, but why does the sign pointing left refer to (1)?

The dropped kerb was placed at the roundabout off to the right rather than at the entrance to the cycle path, on a road that only services the station car park.

Cycle parking at the Mont-Fort hut

Map of MTB routes, Verbier

Booklet of MTB routes in the Arolla/Evolene area

Leaflet for e-MTB rental - the next thing in Switzerland!

Mountain bike route from Arolla to Les Hauderes

Mountain bike route from Arolla to Les Hauderes

Start of mountain bike route from Arolla to Les Hauderes avoiding a narrow dark tunnel - this needs to be signed.

Plenty of cycle parking near Tower Bridge

Plenty of cycle parking near Tower Bridge

@cyclestreets Reported issue on Council scheme. It's only just been reported by someone else & closed without anything happening. #Cambridge #Trumpington

A 4 mile journey, examples of cycling experiences. No3. Overgrown paths. #Cambridge #Trumpington

A 4 mile journey, examples of cycling experiences. No2. Dangerous surfaces. #Cambridge #Trumpington

A 4 mile journey, examples of cycling experiences. No1. Blocked routes. #Cambridge #Trumpington

New riverside stretch of the Green Route (V61) down the valley from Chamonix

Sign at start of new riverside stretch of cycle track - being ignored by the cyclist sticking to the road.

Summer-only closure to motor vehicles on Green Route (V61) down the valley from Chamonix

Signs for Green Route (V61) down the valley from Chamonix

Surprising amount of enginering for what is basically a footpath to nowhere - but it could have been linked to a cycke route to Taconnaz.

On the Suffolk coastal route 41

Route sign for the Abbotsford Link at the Tweedbank Drive toucan crossing.

The Abbotsford Link uses the not exactly wide footway on the south side of Tweedbank Drive, before crossing to join NCN1 on the north side at the toucan crossing.

Clear signage at the road junction of NCN1 and the Abbotford Link. The Abbotsford Link itself takes the footway on the opposite side of Tweedbank Drive.

Signage continues for the Abbotsford Link.

An unexpected 'End of Cycle Route' sign, given that we haven't reached either Tweedbank station or NCN1 yet. The route continues along the road, see #91202.

The Abbotsford Link turns left out of the underpass, which has murals on a transport theme.

The Abbotsford Link continues towards Tweedbank station, including an underpass beneath Tweedbank Drive.

A sign for the Abbotsford Link to NCN1 at Tweedbank station.

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Signs for the Abbotsford Link in Tweedbank Park.

Signs for the Abbotsford Link to NCN1 at Tweedbank station.

The path into Tweedbank Park, plus a waymarker post for some path off to the right.

The narrow asphalt path from #91191 gets a bit wider as it turns to head towards Tweedbank Park. The Borders Abbey Way returns to being an unsurfaced path.

Steep steps down to pass beneath the Galafoot Bridge, on the Borders Abbey Way.

Signs for NCN1 and the Southern Upland Way. The route to Abbotsford is down a flight of steps. The route ahead shares the railway bridge with the actual railway.

The path ahead goes to the A6091 at the Galafoot Bridge, while the waymarked Borders Abbey Way diverges to go down the steps in #91192.

The A6091 crash barrier design makes no concession to the existence of the path.

A typical Scottish trunk road on the edge of an urban area, with no cycling provision.

Confusing #Cyclists #Dismount signs have finally gone from the north side of #GreenDragon bridge.

A sign for the red spot route and a green triangle route, different from the sign in #91184.

A sign for NCN1 that doesn't have any mention of the other routes on the sign in #91184. It also is presumably not a 'No Through Road' for cycles.

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  • Icon 91237 Sale Water Park cycle lockers 5x + cycle stands
  • Icon 91228 Berkhamstead
  • Icon 91217 Only lamp stands available to lock up to for the stretch of Long Acre between St Marin's Lane and Covent Garden tube, these are almost always full and not totally suitable. When I do find a space, I quite often find my bike knocked over after being locked up during the day.
  • Icon 91216 Lots of small Victorian houses and flats with no way of getting a bike in. There is nowhere in the surrounding area to securely keep a bike
  • Icon 91189 There is a quiet way cycle route running right through the Harold Estate but nowhere for residents to park bikes. This means that commuting by bike is limited and lots of parking problems on estate.
  • Icon 91188 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 91182 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 91181 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 91180 Hello I couldn't get the map work on my device. I would like to report that coaches are parking in the lovely new cycle lane on Trumpington Road by the botanic gardens. I think they were dropping off and picking up their parties. Not only is it annoying but will wreck the path. Best wishes Sharon Kenny
  • Icon 91159 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 91158 Lack of cycle parking around the far eastern end of Roman Road. Busy high street, especially on market days, but no Sheffield stands to be found.
  • Icon 91118 Cycle parking present here.

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