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Mountain bikers not welcome on this hiking trail

Cycle racks on bus (also visible in the satellite imagery!) at the Barrage de Dixence - that must be a slow crawl through the 13 switchback bends to get up and down!

Bicycle Parking at Sligo Railway and Bus Station. The Shelter for Bicycles is not big enough and is not fully enclosed from the rain that comes across the Atlantic.

This cargo bike is used by staff at the David Parr House visitor centre (184 Gwydir Street) when performing "outreach" and promotional work. https://davidparrhouse.org

Really nice if path could link up with road

A Wee Sign on the Kingfisher Trail and National Cycle Network in Enniskillen. This Wee Sign points in the way to go but does not say where ye will end up in Ulster.

Belfast Bikes rental station

No significant provision for cycling on the new Ely Southern bypass

New footbridge over the river and railway, alongside the new Ely Southern Bypass. Cyclists Dismount signs at each end totally unnecessary :-(

Cyclists Dismount. Why? Ridiculous

I'm confused by this sign - it says beware of lorries pulling out, but seems to show a lorry pulling in. What's needed are signs telling drivers to look out for cyclists, not the other way round.

Verbier mountain-biking map - updated to cover e-MTBs.

Recycle your cycle here

On-road section of MTB route

The route sign just means Turn Right on to the Road, I think

MTB route across the wooden bridge

Bus stop and hiking and MTB route signs

No Cycling on this road up to the Dixence dam (lost in the clouds)

The end of the dirt road south of the Cleuson dam - at the Saint-Laurent refuge.

Path across the Cleuson dam

Start of MTB route at the Cleuson dam

Priority over this side road is a welcome upgrade. It was a Sunday when I rode along it so I don't know how often it's obeyed, but the red sign suggests it's something drivers aren't used to.

A good example of how useless barriers like this are. Everyone just skirts around it. How much did this barrier cost, and who paid for it?

Screen shot from BBC news website: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-48968912 https://www.cyclestreets.net/collisions/#17/51.47779/-0.14759 Also a fatal collision at 5:45pm on 9th July 2018 at this roundabout: https://roa ... [more]

Zigzag ramp from Penicuik Drive down to Myreside Drive. Another useful path added to new estate. Also, helps avoid Shettleston Road.

Shared path to Rigby Gardens, part of traffic-free route through new housing. Could do with more drop kerbs but paths are useful to avoid Shettleston Road.

Barriers too close and no drop kerb. Worn grass shows desire line. A bit of a shame but ramp is still useful to link Rigby Street to Rigby Crescent and avoid traffic on Shettleston Road.

No Cycling sign above Vallorcine - it seems a random location, but it's more or less where the path crosses into France.

Back route from Vallorcine station to footbridge and the road to Switzerland

Footbridge and cut-through to Vallorcine station

Sign to the left for back road to Vallorcine cemetery and the Swiss border

Crossing to cut-through to footbridge and Valloricine station

Back route from Vallorcine station to footbridge and the road to Switzerland

Pretty impressive - running down a big hill on the Tour du Mont Blanc with a bike perfectly poised on his shoulders.

Pretty impressive - running down a big hill on the Tour du Mont Blanc with a bike perfectly poised on his shoulders.

Pedestrian/cyclist loop to the right through the hamlet of Le Plan Droit

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Riverside Cambridge Museum of Technology

King's Parade

Which would you choose? Sheffield stand or two tier racks It is a unanimous vote for Sheffield stands. Much more popular. Cycle parking in the basement of 50/60 Station Road.

Waiting for the (summer only) free Govan Ferry across the River Clyde to the Riverside Museum. Details can be found at http://www.getintogovan.com/visit/

The (summer only) free Govan Ferry makes its way across the River Clyde to the Water Row pontoon. It can carry bikes, and details can be found at http://www.getintogovan.com/visit/

The full length of the Pearce Lane cycle track. For some strange reason, the dropped kerb at Water Row does not extend to the full width of the cycle track.

Next Bike hire bikes at the Govan docking station at Water Row.

A protected cycle lane along Pearce Lane, between Pearce Street and Water Row.

The end of the Burleigh Street contraflow cycle track currently under construction. The route to Water Row is via Pearce Street.

Roadworks in Burleigh Street to create a contraflow cycle track and repave the footways.

Access from Drumoyne Road industrial estate to the path to Meiklewood Road.

The café/pub at the Museum of Technology on Riverside, Cambridge is a great place to watch endless people on bikes passing by. Katrina counted 100 in five minutes and sixteen seconds.

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  • Icon 109241 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 109234 Please put back the two stands that were here until recently (removed as part of pavement refurbishment?). Needed for local offices etc
  • Icon 109218 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 109190 'Except Cycles' option required for the one-way section of Lacy Street between Newton Street and Lacy Grove. Contraflow cycling could be facilitated on the carriageway if parking restrictions were introduced, or on the Eastern footway as this is hardly used. It would provide a legal way to access Cooper Street then get to the TPT through the estate.
  • Icon 109184 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 109183 Parking area of Jephson Street
  • Icon 109182 at excel centre overnight for triathlon next day
  • Icon 109181 The secure storage outside is full and there is a waiting list. The area could benefit from more secure storage areas.
  • Icon 109180 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 109178 Manchester Wythenshawe twitter.com/Samvironment/status/1148339368509288450 . One wonders why all that money was spent on creating a level crossing and not allowing it to be used . Cyclists will ride on pavement after using dropped kerbs to driveways and at junctions. No wonder people are asking that cycles are allowed on trams. They should be allowed free for both rider and cycle to compensate for this bad design.
  • Icon 109177 Manchester Wythenshawe https://twitter.com/Samvironment/status/1148339368509288450 . One wonders why all that money was spent on creating a level crossing and not allowing it to be used . Cyclists will ride on pavement after using dropped kerbs to driveways and at junctions. No wonder people are asking that cycles are allowed on trams. They should be allowed free for both rider and cycle to compensate for this bad design.
  • Icon 109172 barrierstocycling, cwisgmcc, expectcycles,

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