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Anchor points among the climbing bushes in a café in Hammersmith.

Signs for NCN route 2, Lydd

Signs for NCN route 2, Lydd

Byway to the beach and coast path

Fork left for Lydd and Rye

Byway signs between Lydd and Dengemarsh

Track towards Lydd-on-Sea

Byway from Dengemarsh Beach to Lydd

Byway to Dengemarsh Beach

Dungeness - head for that low tower

Alternative to the shingle beach west from Dungeness - head for that low tower.

End of concrete track west from the Dungeness nuclear power stations

Cycleable coastal path past the Dungeness nuclear power stations

Start of concrete path (below to the left) to Dungeness

End of the concrete path past the Dungeness nuclear power stations - you can push a bike up onto the embankment

Signs for the coastal path, Dungeness

Coastal path past Dungeness nuclear power stations - it is possible to take a bike this way, with some pushing.

Short-cut (left) and road past the lighthouses and pub (right), Dungeness

Prospect Cottage and Derek Jarman's garden - no cycle parking, but that's ok.

Entering the Dungeness Estate (20mph zone)

Turn left for Dungeness - unsigned

Modal Filter - Warrington Central6 streets - Westy LTN

Modal Filter - Warrington Central6 streets - Westy LTN

Modal Filter - Warrington Central6 Streets - Westy LTN

Modal Filter - Warrington Central 6 Streets LTN Sandy Lane no longer a rat run.

Entrance to low traffic neighbourhood at Sandy Lane.

Oh good. Cobbles

Plenty of car parking spaces, but cycle parking hidden away on side streets. The rubber tactile matting is in a state of decay.

Traffic calming by way of filtering, but cycle access not provided, at a number of nearby junctions.

A recommended route for cyclists along West Princes Street, but signed as a No Through Road.

Damaged cycle parking stand in Woodlands Gate.

Park Drive stopped up to motor traffic at Woodlands Road, but cycle access maintained.

How fragile the motor traffic free status of Kelvin Way can seem.

Cyclists riding away from the camera might be dazzled by oncoming drivers (who are approaching round a corner), so a line of anti-dazzle boards has been installed to prevent dazzling.

[Image taken 23.6.22] Minster Yard, York. Tom in a Babboe ( an e-cargo trike he uses for transporting his children and utility trips. Context: #183696. These people- and load-carrying cycles are increasingly popular in this ... [more]

Come right in and cycle into @Metro_Bank Cambridge. Ty. More trips by bike = less pollution (good for climate), more physical activity (better health) and greater visibility of more cyclists (safer travel for all) @camcycle ... [more]

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Improved access along NCR54

Improved access along NCR54

Magdalen Bridge

Magdalen Bridge

[Image taken 23.6.22] Exhibition Square, St Leonard’s Place, York. The art gallery has bloomed. Or is it exploded? It’s fun and fabulous and another reason to get around actively – you can alight and appreciate, dismount and marvel, s ... [more]

[Image taken on 24.3.22] Black Swan, Peasholme Green, York. The Babboe ( is a minimum of 90cm wide. The spacing of these Sheffields (113cm) means that leaves just 50cm to the left (see: #180476) for another cycle to use th ... [more]

[Image taken 23.6.22] Minster Yard, York. An active travel photoshoot for the CYC i-Travel department. ‘Frank Snapper’ ( is making the most of the clear weather and hugely reduced number of visitors to get ... [more]

[Image taken 23.6.22] St Leonard’s Place, York. An ASL can provide a safe space (ahead of the motor traffic so you are visible, but also more out of the pollution - not least if you are lower down and closer to the exhausts, eg in a trail ... [more]

[Image taken 23.6.22] St Leonard’s Place, York. When lights are on red, when there is safe space, and you can reach it (see: #182521), you have a chance to look around… An important factor in why I cycle. I don’t like to feel enclosed ... [more]

Dual pedestrian/cycle crossing on Liddell Street, part of the Cottingham/Hull route.

My husband (a hospital doctor) has just had his bike stolen from work - the second bike this month - the thieves cut through the U frame it was locked to. How are we in a position that this is ok and happens so frequently? @CycleSheffield h ... [more]

[UPDATE 23.6.22: I saw the two nearest damaged areas of tarmac have been marked up for repair] [Image taken 14.5.22] Heworth Green (town side of the roundabout), York. I will (finally) report this damage. It's at the exit from a roundabout. ... [more]

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  • Icon 183734 Add Santander bikeshare near here please
  • Icon 183699 Christ Church should sell a bit of land to build a quiet cycle lane running parallel to Iffley Road
  • Icon 183692 Trees removed
  • Icon 183688 Build the cycle/pedestrian path from the Varsity development to the Mackworth Allotments. This will link the cycle paths through Ravensdale Park and Varsity with the NCN route into the city centre, Mackworth, University and Markeaton Park.
  • Icon 183677 Bike dock needed around the Hinckley Road shops local centre.
  • Icon 183662 Supposedly access only, but regularly used as a rat-run. Suggest a camera system for enforcement.
  • Icon 183661 Ride On Santander Cycles should ideally be expanded to Oadby & Wigston
  • Icon 183660 Ride On Santander Cycles should ideally be expanded to Oadby & Wigston
  • Icon 183659 Ride On Santander Cycles should ideally be expanded to Oadby & Wigston
  • Icon 183658 Ride On Santander Cycles should ideally be expanded to Oadby & Wigston
  • Icon 183657 Cycleway is never swept, full of glass and grit so cyclists often use road
  • Icon 183655 Cycling from Ouston to Team Valley is a nightmare, no path, no cyclepath, very busy commuter route, more people would use this route for cycling and/or walking

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