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An O-bike by the racks between King's Cross and St. Pancras stations.

Contraflow cycle lane interrupted by a give way marking

Contraflow cycle lane past the Brunswick Centre

OSM/OCM show Judd St as closed to motor traffic at Euston Road, which is not (usually) the case - anyway it's good that they kept a cycle lane open during roadworks.

This will make life simpler! Contactless bike-sharing in London.

Large and well stocked Santander bike station

Cycle lane to nowhere - is it for people returning Santander bikes, or dismounting to reach Euston station?

New double-deck cycle parking and Sheffield stands at the new taxi rank, Euston station.

New double-deck cycle parking and Sheffield stands at the new taxi rank, Euston station.

New closure to motor vehicles in Bloomsbury

Cyclists Dismount? Why, when the traffic is semi-stationary (and you can zip past inside the cones anyway) ?

Cut-through in Theatreland

London scene - cargo bike and blue plaque.

Why? Just why would anyone think that was a suitable parking place for a motorbike?

Cycle parking and two pedestrian alleys beyond (at the rear of Holborn station)

One cycle stand at the start of Gate Street (pedestrians only)

This could be improved as a cut-through to North Gower Street.

This could be improved as a cut-through to North Gower Street.

Why can't developers use the standard signs for cycle routes rather than always having to invent their own?

All these new architectural statements at St Pancras and we're left with a busy one-way road and poor cycle parking - a real statement woukd have been a two-way segregated cycleway.

All these new architectural statements at St Pancras and we're left with a busy one-way road and poor cycle parking - a real statement woukd have been a two-way segregated cycleway.

Quietway 1 route sign, London

Quietway 1

Quietway 1

I don't know how this is supposed to work, with the eastbound cycle lane on the wrong side of the road.

Quietway 1 rejoining the carriageway on Bedford Square

Quietway 1 on Bedford Square

Quiet Route signs and cycle parking by the British Museum

No excuse at all - this London taxi just drove through the ASL to stop on the white line for cyclists.

There's now a great plaza at the north side of the British Museum, which would be ideal for ranks of cycle stands.

Motor vehicles are now barred from three sides of Fitzroy Square

Motor vehicles are now barred from three sides of Fitzroy Square

Motor vehicles are now barred from three sides of Fitzroy Square

Typical car-centric signage - it's still a through route, just not for motor vehicles

Road closure to creat a pleasant cycle route parallel to the Euston Road

Surprisingly unused cycle stands at the entrance to Euston bus station, considering the demand for parking in the station itself - and note the No Left Turns into the bus station for bikes sign beyond.

Temporary cycleway where the normal one is obstructed by construction work.

At last - the Seven Stations route has proper one-way cycle lanes on either side - and the road has been made one-way for motor traffic.

At last - the Seven Stations route has proper one-way cycle lanes on either side - and the road has been made one-way for motor traffic.

Traffic calming in Somers Town - not closed to motor vehicles, but still improving the environment for cyclists.

Flying Dutchman shop, specialising in Dutch sit-up-and-begs.

Plenty of room for the odd cycle stand at the Jewish Museum.

Large area of newly tarted-up public space with not a single cycle stand.

At the far end it looks as if cyclists are being directed through this private estate, but this end is clearly unsuitable.

Is this a cycle lane, or are cyclists supposed to be on the carriageway where the cycle image is?

Possible cycle route through private estate (the signage is unclear at the east end).

On-road cycle lane - but there's no easy obvious access from the Goldington Crescent cycle route.

It looks as if cyclists are being routed through this private estate - some mistake I think

The route ahead is obvious, but the left-turn is puzzling - there's a No Left Turns sign at the lights.

Improved access to cycle route (remember to dismount for the zebra crossing)

Segregated cycleways on both sides of Pancras Road - not Dutch-style as there's too much of a kerb between the carriageway and the cycleway. Still, it's good once you get safely onto it.

Cycle stands at the new Francis Crick Institute, St Pancras

Giant bike shop, Camden

Bike House, Kentish Town

Hybrid cycle lane Taking off from the lights

Hybrid cycle lane inside parking bays

Loading bay across hybrid cycle lane Rather incongruous, especially as there is a bus bay in the roadway just beyond. The raised kerb makes it awkward for a rider to go round a parked vehicle.

Hybrid cycle lane - newly built

Cycle lane behind parking bays Location: Camden Town, London (England, United Kingdom) I have been a bit scheptical about cycle lanes behind car parking bays, because of the risks of being car doored, or potential for obstruction. Thi ... [more]

New cycle-shareing station at the British Library

Quite a lot of parking has been squeezed into odd corners at Euston station

Cut-through to Hampstead Road

Cycle markings on this useful route parallel to the Euston Road

parking at Westminster Kingsway College

Permeable housing estate

Space for cycle parking by this cut-through

Cut-through to the Royal College of Physicians - push your bike here.

Regents Park - stll anti-cycling.

The Royal College of Physicians - another health-related institution that's far more interested in driving than in cycling - there are a few barely visible cycle stands below some steps.

The Royal College of Physicians - another health-related institution that's far more interested in driving than in cycling - there are a few barely visible cycle stands below some steps.

The Royal College of Physicians - another health-related institution that's far more interested in driving than in cycling.

Five separate stands around the Drummond St/North Gower St junction (photo taken just so I could remove someone's five-year-old placeholder).

Great news - the two-way cycle track is now one-way, with a new one on the other side of the road - much less confusing!

Great news - the two-way cycle track is now one-way, with a new one on the other side of the road - much less confusing!

Both temporary and permanent No Entry Except Cycles signs.

Notice on abandoned bike, London Borough of Camden

Newish on-road parking not far from Kings Cross

Advertising "East Village" in London E20 at King's Cross forecourt. Many new developments use pictures of bikes in their advertising. This solar powered "pod" uses a bike connected to a large flat screen to allow people to "cycle" (via the ... [more]

Platform 9 3/4 at the new Kings Cross station, and it's in the right place now between platforms 8 and 9 Location: King's Cross, London (England, United Kingdom)

Re modelling Russell square - upside, less traffic using west side as a roundabout: Downside - traffic light phasing at Southampton Row is odd and positively encourages bicyclists turning into the square from N, to do it on the red phase ( ... [more]

Rush-hour on a popular through route exclusively for cyclists.

Boris bikes docking stations near Kings Cross in the afternoon, usually full. Details of the scheme and registration: http://iitm.be/tflbikes

It's unnecessary for these gates to block cyclists and force them onto the footway.

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