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Brand new sealed surface on this path which forms part of a new route between Ashton upon Mersey and Urmston. This is an excellent upgrade.

New cycle control for the crossing. Buttons are better than induction loops, which can sometimes fail to register the presence of a bicycle.

New cycle crossing at West Point. The lights are controlled by a button (out of frame). This enables a completely safe crossing of this risky junction.

Path around edge of former pit tip, suitable for walking / mountain biking

Current path at side of busy A632 road, obviously well used by local dog walkers etc

Bridge on A632 at Arkwright, the bridge which replaced an old railway bridge, was constructed during the opencasting of the area and relocation of the village, allowing access under the road. It was filled in underneath after the opencastin ... [more]

Path around Arkwright village

Path to rear of Arkwright village

Track to rear of Arkwright

Track around back of Arkwright

Track around boundary of old pit tip

Path around edge of old pit tip, suitable for walking /mountain biking

(locked) gate access onto former pit tip.

Track around pit tip

Track around outer edge of former pit tip

Track around pit tip

Track around old pit tip

Cycle parking on both sides of the road, St Andrews

Cycle parking on a pedestrian lane, St Andrews

Off-road cycleway, St Andrews

Contraflow cycle route ahead

Start of contraflow cycle lane, St Andrews

Zig-zag cycle route to start of shared-use footway, St Andrews

Ridiculously narrow cycle lane, St Andrews

No Entry except cyclists, St Andrews

Traffic-free road in St Andrews

Cycle lanes on NCN route 1 entering St Andrews

The Needles

An artist friend in California has been commissioned to produce two bike racks for this public art project in Redwood City (not a precise location).

Route signage to Cambridge North.

Upon reviewing footage of some commotion I saw out the corner of my eye this morning, I realise I've caught a cyclist being hit by a driver turning across #CS7 in #Tooting. Hope you're OK, buddy, & got driver's details. Let me know if you n ... [more]

Vehicle parked overhanging the cycle parking buildout (which has lost its protective bollard) - making it harder for us to wheel our bikes in and out of the house.

Bollard damaged and lying in a nearby bush. Reported at: Reference: 00311822

NCN route 1 west from St Andrews

Junction of routes on NCN route 1 - through St Andrews and avoiding it.

Sign towards St Andrews on NCN route 1

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Exploring Cambridge by Bike. Cows in commons. Fields.

Cambridge North signed.

Cycle lane on NCN route 1 entering St Andrews

They like wheel benders in St Andrews.

Not enough secure cycle parking. St Salvator College during summer break.

When even the bike shop just has wheelbender stands, what hope is there?

Narrow bridge on the Kingdom of Fife Millennium Cycle Ways

Attractive section of NCN route 1 along the River Avon (another one)

Turn left on NCN route 1 - the cycle route sign probably refers to an ACL around the corner which is blocked by parked cars.

NCN route 1 in Ceres (no, not the asteroid)

Route sign in Ceres (no, not the asteroid)

The legendary hairpin bend of the Viaduct Walk Location: , St. Andrews (Scotland, United Kingdom)

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