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Spokes cycle service have been providing a weekly service to Churchill College for the last 23 years, but is to retire at the end of 2017.


Literally nowhere else to park! (*not)

How is anyone to safely use Leith Walk cycle lane when this is a daily sight @edinhelp @Edinburgh_CC @leithsworstpark

Waterloo bridge signs say: Cyclists use middle of lane and DO NOT OVERTAKE CYCLISTS

Racks opposite New Malden station are full but there's plenty of space for more!

The Cut

Mount Pleasant Road between Norbiton and New Malden.

Stainless steel cycle racks - end ones have a tapping rail so that people with visual impairments using a stick can detect them.

I think these handle shaped wall fixings are for bikes.

Cheap bikes for sale - and an Outspoken courier bike

Decent temporary cycle path (and fence) put in at last, after the developers tried to get away with doing nothing. The damage done is visible to the right.

Pump and work stand in front of Norbiton station, but it’s still wrong that so much of the prime forecourt space is given to motor vehicle storage!



Vauxhall Bridge with barrier separating motor traffic.


Future cycleway at a major retail development, Parma

Cycle parking at new retail development, Parma

Future cycleway at a major retail development, Parma

New cycleway at a major retail development, Parma

Bike rented from the Parma youth hostel. Yes, there's a pedal missing. Yes, it worked.

Bikes to rent in the Parma youth hostel

Cycleway into Parma from the north crossing a motorway slip road

Cycleway north from Parma crossing the motorway slip road

Cycleway crossing a new but unused road, Parma

The cycleway north out of Parma changes sides here to negotiate the motorway interchange

New cycleway at a major retail development, Parma

New cycleway at a major retail development, Parma

New cycleway at a major retail development, Parma

New cycleway at a major retail development, Parma

Start of new cycleway at a major retail development, Parma. Yes, there's a dropped kerb, but it's a bit of a bodge.

Cycle parking and off-road cycleway, Parma

Abrupt end of the off-road cycle track at the first major junction, Parma

Cyclists on the road and on the cycle track, Parma

Pretty normal-looking bikes in the Parma bike-sharing scheme

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Shared footway partially blocked on corner of Bunhouse Road and Old Dumbarton Road.

The Bunhouse Road cycle track partially blocked due to it being used as a dumping ground for materials during roadworks on Argyle St/Dumbarton Road. The van parked on the footway beyond the cordoned off area was blocking the dropped kerb fo ... [more]

Line-segregated route alongside one-way Bunhouse Road, next to Kelvin Hall, part of link from Kelvingrove Park to NCN 7 at Yorkhill, one of the earliest uses of green surfacing in Glasgow

The crossing of Bunhouse Road is a mess, and is currently partially blocked by hoarding. In the background a van driver has blocked the cycleway with his van, right next to some car parking spaces on the road, and near a large car park j ... [more]

Road behind the American Cemetary

'Cycle friendly guttering' these new gutters (with a waffle-like grid) along Mill Road are flush with the surrounding road surface. All gutters should be as smooth as this, if they have to be in the road. Of course it would be much better i ... [more]

A loaded touring bike is perhaps not the best choice for the Trans Pennine Trail at this point, where it climbs over Pikenaze moor to its summit. Nevertheless, the views are well worth the effort. The pylons carry a trans-Pennine power line ... [more]

After what seems to have been a calm crossing of the Irish Sea the morning ferry from Rosslare approaches her berth at Fishguard Harbour for a rendezvous with the eastbound boat-train to Cardiff. The cyclist is aiming to return eastwards on ... [more]

It's surprising that this isn't used as a shared-use cycleway for NCN route 65

Path under the railway to the Humber waterfront route

Electric bikes shop, Parma

Segregated cycle track on the main road north from central Parma

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  • Icon 95088 Bike racks by the pedestrian crossing
  • Icon 95086 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 95084 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 95082 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 95068 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 95021 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 95020 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 95016 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 95008 A couple of bike hangers could could be installed in the Frogmore Industrial Estate or on the wasted land beside Ladbroke House Hose.
  • Icon 95007 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 95006 Outside the newly reopened Dunoon Burgh Hall. 195 Argyll St, Dunoon PA23 7DD. A public building with no where to lock up a bike.
  • Icon 94998 Shops and business on south side of the street need some cycle stands

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