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Near the start of the 22km riverside shared-use Rambla in Montevideo - this is apparently the world's longest sidewalk without an intersection.

The start of the 22km riverside shared-use Rambla in Montevideo - this is apparently the world's longest sidewalk without an intersection.

Map of bike-sharing locations in Montevideo

Movete (Move Yourself) bikes at a Montevideo bike-sharing station

Montevideo now has a bike-sharing system!

Cycle parking at the suburban bus terminal, Montevideo

In the Air Europa in-flight magazine - 'Europe's most bike-friendly cities'. Paris, Vienna, Helsinki, Oslo, Strasbourg, Antwerp, Bordeaux, Amsterdam, Utrecht and in first place, Copenhagen.

Turnpike House in Kingsholm Road. The start of the road paint for Bicycles towards Gloucester. Going to Longford it is better to turn left into Sandhurst Road and use the Shared Use Crossing as the Tewkesbury Road Roundabout and Traffic ... [more]

Cycleway Sign. The Bicycle Path easily curves with a right angle view of traffic when crossing the road. No tight turns here for people on Bicycles.

Shared Use Bicycle and Footpath with out Traffic Lights for Pedestrian and Bicycle users. Going from Tewkesbury Road turning into Estcourt Road which is a blind corner. The accelerating traffic from Tewkesbury Road Roundabout/Traffic Circ ... [more]

Copper Beech by the Bicycle Path.

Traffic Lights on the Cycleway and Footway. The turn is tight across the road.

Cassies Crossing.

'Lift to Cycle Route' at Gatwick airport - rather mysterious, and I'm not sure how the lift works anyway.

Hills Road is falling apart again.

Another Cyclists Dismount sign on Station Road, Cambridge - not currently operational, of course.

Cyclists Dismount sign - presumably because cars might be moving....

Sign at start of new cycleway leaving Arromanches

New cycleway leaving Arromanches

The old path is to the right, the new cycleway from Arromanches to Longues-sur-Mer on the left.

Warning - steep hill down into Arromanches

Rather random end of Cycles and Pedestrians Only zone leaving Arromanches

Cycle route from Arromanches towards Longues-sur-Mer

Not the cycle route between Arromanches and Longues-sur-Mer (it's slightly inland)

No Motor Vehicles between Arromanches and Longues-sur-Mer

Cycle route signs and No Motor Vehicles (except for farming) between Arromanches and Longues-sur-Mer

No Motor Vehicles (except for farming) between Arromanches and Longues-sur-Mer

Cycle route markers between Arromanches and Longues-sur-Mer

Cycle route markers between Arromanches and Longues-sur-Mer

Paint marks on the tree show that this is not a hiking route - between Longues-sur-Mar and Arromanches

Gravel path towards the German battery of Longues-sur-Mer

Wet gravel on the coastal path near the D-Day beaches

Surfaced section of coastal path near the D-Day beaches

New map of cycle routes around Bayeux

Cycleway in to central Caen

Cycle with cycle lights, Caen

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Madingley Road park n ride site has very well used cycle parking

Photo taken by Cambridgeshire Highways' contractor - we're waiting for the tarmac to cool off. 20mph campaigners happen to be in town at the moment when these racks were finished.

Reach Fair Ride 2012.

Riverside bridge opening - John Grimshaw discussing Cycling 2020 with Martin Lucas-Smith and James Woodburn of the Cycling Campaign

Park Street Cycle Park mural - drawn in 2002 for the opening of this cycle park in the basement of a car park.

Draft display of the Chisholm Trail route with pictures of the area. See also

Grand Arcade cycle park

New cycle lane marking at the corner of Wheeler and Corn Exchange Streets. Well is it now legal to cycle both ways in these streets at long last? We want to know! We are confused by the solitary No Entry sign on the lamppost on the left ... [more]

Buildout presumably being created for the new cycle contraflow being created following pressure by the Campaign. Probably about the best position that could be achieved given bureaucratic restrictions by the DfT.

Fitzwilliam Street no entry except cycles and a sharrow.

Some "drop-off" activity near a school entrance.

Cyclists celebrating the lifting of the Cycle Ban in the City Centre of Cambridge.

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  • Icon 111965 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 111964 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 111950 In the loop of Enterprize way facing the Jodane street estate there are currently 4 stands. They are constantly busy and some bikes are parked on the door poles too. It also appears the stands aren’t spaced properly as it is very tight to park the bike there. A couple more would be helpful for the local residents.
  • Icon 111893 Can see a lot of people parking their bikes quite insecurely in front of their terraced houses or having to carry them all the way to the back of the house to the garden.
  • Icon 111844 There is only a bikeshed at the end of the road. However, they're all taken and I have been waiting for 6 months now and still have not bike shed. We have not room in the house for a bike. If you could install more bike sheds in this place it would make it possible for me to cycle to work again. There is a bit of greenery here and it seems there is plenty of space here for a bike shed. Thank you
  • Icon 111842 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 111754 Fatal collision 11 year old boy on a bike Coleshill Road, Ansley Common
  • Icon 111593 Cyclist fatally stabbed
  • Icon 111550 There is barely any cycle parking on whitehall - but lots of people go to pubs there to meet friends after work - it would definitely encourage more civil servants to cycle!!
  • Icon 111529 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 111513 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 111486 We are a household of 5 people, 3 of us already have bicycles and 2 want to get them but we don't have where to park them

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