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The Ouse bridge on the South Downs Way (with the Itford bridge just visible right of centre)

The older footpath on the Ouse embankment south from Lewes, with the paved Egret Way to the right

The Egret Way - an excellent paved route alongside the older footpath on the Ouse embankment south from Lewes

The Egret Way - an excellent paved route alongside the older footpath on the Ouse embankment south from Lewes

Signs for the South Downs way where it crosses the Egret Way - an excellent paved route alongside the older footpath on the Ouse embankment south from Lewes

The Egret Way - an excellent paved route alongside the older footpath on the Ouse embankment south from Lewes

Cycle shed at Southease youth hostel

Cycle stands, tool stand and Southease youth hostel

The South Downs Way from the Itford bridge across the A26 to Southease youth hostel

Itford bridge, built to carry the South Downs Way across the A26

Itford bridge, built to carry the South Downs Way across the A26

Cyclists Dismount to cross the railway here (where the main gates stay closed unless required by a road vehicle)

Cycle parking at Southease station

Cut-through to the Royal and Derngate Theatres, Northampton

Cut-through and cycle stands at the Premier Inn, Northampton

Red light for cyclists on this contraflow route east from the centre of Northampton

Routes through St Giles churchyard, Northampton

Cycle parking at Northampton Central Library

No Vehicles in the central shopping area of Northampton

Link to the contraflow cycle lane south into Northampton (looking north)

Start of contraflow cycle lane south into Northampton (looking north)

Contraflow cycle lane heading south into Northampton

Contraflow cycle lane on the route north from the centre of Northampton

Cycle crossing on the route north from the centre of Northampton

Heading south into the centre of Northampton - there's a line indicating that cyclists coming off the footway have priority over those on the on-road cycle lane - I think.

Start of cycleway north from the centre of Northampton

There are currently 3 stands, woefully inadequate. I reckon another 6 are needed. As noted by another contributor there are 4 reserved car spaces. I think 2 car spaces can be given up for additional cycle parking. A final point, the current ... [more]

Light segregation in Dublin with Wand in Orcas as opposed to wandorcas. Nice. https://t.co/f31hPKkG67

Nice little pond

No disabled access here, just a locked gate and a very narrow A-Frame.

This is where the surfaced section ends. You can turn and go beside the wood or through the wood onto the transPennine trail.

No motor vehicles except buses, taxis and minicabs towards Northampton bus station

Buses and cycles (NCN route 6) only towards Northampton station

Bike shop, Northampton

Link off NCN route 6 in Northampton (No Motor Vehicles Except Cycles - really?)

Link to NCN route 6 in Northampton

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Cycle contraflow on NCN route 6 in Northampton (the No Entry sign refers to the alley to the left)

Cycle contraflow on NCN route 6 in front of All Saints church, Northampton

Cycle contraflow on NCN route 6 in Northampton

Cycle contraflow on NCN route 6 in front of Northampton's Guildhall

Some ancient infra that looks like it's close to collapse in parts. Needs removal as it's no longer compatible with current cycle sizes (cargo bikes can't pass each other here).

It won't be long before the TPT here is completely invisible.

This is only really a useable path for people on mountain bikes but at least it's now accessible (it used to be blocked off). This stick-out bit of fence seems pointless though.

Dooring zone markings on the newly resurfaced Station Road, Cambridge - cyclists are entitled to keep well to the right.

Taxi driver bullying through. Can clearly see me before coming onto my side of the road. Keeps on coming. Then mansplains to me to be patient and give way to him. On my side of the road. Yes, right. That'd fail your driving test. https://t. ... [more]

Information board all about Evington Footway. www.storyofleicester.info https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Via_Devana

This route is used by hundreds of people every day. The estate to the left has maybe a dozen houses. Why is the priority the wrong way round?

Very narrow access. Blocks most cargo bikes on a main school access route (that's the school ahead on the right with a gate access about 100m ahead on THIS PATH).

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  • Icon 109010 Bike shed/hanger.
  • Icon 108986 Bike hanger needed, numerous bikes on street which are tied to railings and lamp posts are blocking the pavements
  • Icon 108980 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 108978 I commute into London from Amersham. Due to flexible arrangements, it is much cheaper for me to use Oyster contactless than to buy a season ticket. As a result, I'm unable to park my bike at Marylebone. Please sort this out. It runs contrary to a joined up cycling policy and adversely impacts individuals that use Oyster.
  • Icon 108973 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 108802 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 108801 Path is getting over taken with nettles. Luton track near Copthorne Road
  • Icon 108800 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 108789 Bridgewater Way and the canal looking towards Seamons Road Bridge.
  • Icon 108751 There is one already but needs another one outside 26 and 28 charring cross road
  • Icon 108735 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 108734 Cycle parking needed here.

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