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Bauhaus cycle rental, Brugge (Bruges)

Road closure in Brugge (Bruges)

No Entry except cycles - street scene in Brugge (Bruges)

Route sign and closed bridge. Brugge (Bruges)

Pedestrians and bikes only on this bridge

Temporary road closure, Brugge (Bruges)

Odd cycle parking with two prongs to support the handlebars

Underground cycle park at the new concert hall, Brugge (Bruges) - no cycle parking allowed on the new plaza.

Underground cycle parking (no bike parking allowed on the new plaza)

Free cycle parking in the centre of Brugge (Bruges)

Route sign and nodal point, Brugge (Bruges)

The famous soup menu at the Queen's Head, Newton

Cycle parking at the excellent Queen's Head in Newton - I think this used to be used by Cambridge City Council at the Folk Festival and other events. I wonder if they take it back for the summer?

take the right fork will take you towards Rhodesia and the left fork ( Spring Lane ) takes you towards Shireoaks

Narrow and largely empty road to the south of Duxford Airfield

Track

There isn't actually a through route here - better to stay on the road to Whittlesford church.

Looking down the track from Mansfield road towards Rhodesia

There is no through route here - far better to turn right to the road.

Looking up to Mansfield Road

The county council doesn't have the money to fix this broken-up road, but the city council clearly has money for a bit of beautification. Only in disfunctional Britain!

Entrance into Creswell Craggs

take the left fork

Maybe somebody has noticed that having an unprotected right turn on NCN route 11 right before a roundabout is very dangerous.

looking towards Creswell

Ten spaces in front of the new Royal Papworth Hospital!

do not go down here it is a footpath

Bridle way in to Creswell Craggs

At the CamCycle AGM.. there was nothing wrong with this bike rack, but if someone contacts the council someone else has to put a notice on it until someone who's qualified comes out to give it the all-clear...

Looking down the Craggs Road towards Creswell

looking up the Craggs Road towards Whitwell

Cyclists Dismount? Why, when the traffic is semi-stationary (and you can zip past inside the cones anyway) ?

Stables

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It'd be very easy to put in a cyclable link here. [In 2019 this is actually signed as NCN route 11, but there still isn't a through route]

Derelict wall on your right

Quarry on your right and Craggs by pass on your left

As at many London stations, there's now lots of cycle parking inside the gated area at Marylebone, where bikes presumably live overnight and at weekends.

Quarry on your left Craggs on your right

Exit of bridle way with Craggs by pass on your right

On the new Chiltern train service from Marylebone to Oxford, bikes have to fit on top of a small table in the disabled space - bizarre.

Entrance information

There's no level access to the London-bound platform at Kingham (though it would be fairly easy to provide a link from the road) and no wheeling channel on the footbridge, let alone a lift.

Entrance onto bridle way at side of the Craggs by pass

Trail from Clumber Park into Welbeck estate

Are these type of barriers really necessary?

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  • Icon 104877 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 104790 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 104747 Royal injury collision https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-46918039
  • Icon 104581 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 104580 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 104579 Cycle parking for nearby shops and icecream parlour.
  • Icon 104578 Additional parking near local shops
  • Icon 104577 New theatre opened and there are no cycle stands nearby.
  • Icon 104576 Although there is maybe 20 stands, they are often all full by 8.45am. With the increase in local users following residential and commerical developments, more cycle parking is required please.
  • Icon 104541 It’s a street with a lot of condensed housing, where many people don’t have cars. There are no bike hangars within 5 minutes walk. All the hangars in our area are full with waiting lists. It’s also not a particularly busy place to park for cars
  • Icon 104530 Situated at the junction of the A6 and Crawley Green Road is the entrance to a cycle path following the railway towards Luton Airport Parkway Station. I cycle to Parkway station from Crawley Green Road and find the turn onto the cycle path tricky. I either have to stop in the road to lift my bike up the kerb, or transition onto the pavement a little earlier where there is a dropped kerb for the pedestrian crossing. I do not like having to use the pavement here, especially with pedestrians and it being narrow, not to mention illegal. But nor do I like stopping on a dual carriageway with fast traffic around me. For people coming from the A6 their only option is to try and get up the kerb. I have marked in white on the image, the points at which I can either mount the pavement at the crossing or stop to get up the kerb. I've also sketched a possible design in red, for a new dropped kerb, short on-pavement cycle path, and a railing to ensure some division between cycles and pedestrians to avoid collisions when coming off the road. I feel that this design would allow people to exit the road at speed, and give a short distance to safely slow down before turning, without being in the road. Making this junction safer to navigate. The alternative would be a dropped kerb immediately in front of the cycle path, but this is likely to cause cyclists to slow down suddenly and turn quickly, potentially confusing and hazardous for drivers and pedestrians alike.
  • Icon 104529 Situated at the junction of the A6 and Crawley Green Road is the entrance to a cycle path following the railway towards Luton Airport Parkway Station. I cycle to Parkway station from Crawley Green Road and find the turn onto the cycle path tricky. I either have to stop in the road to lift my bike up the kerb, or transition onto the pavement a little earlier where there is a dropped kerb for the pedestrian crossing. I do not like having to use the pavement here, especially with pedestrians and it being narrow, not to mention illegal. But nor do I like stopping on a dual carriageway with fast traffic around me. For people coming from the A6 their only option is to try and get up the kerb. I have marked in white on the image, the points at which I can either mount the pavement at the crossing or stop to get up the kerb. I've also sketched a possible design in red, for a new dropped kerb, short on-pavement cycle path, and a railing to ensure some division between cycles and pedestrians to avoid collisions when coming off the road. I feel that this design would allow people to exit the road at speed, and give a short distance to safely slow down before turning, without being in the road. Making this junction safer to navigate. The alternative would be a dropped kerb immediately in front of the cycle path, but this is likely to cause cyclists to slow down suddenly and turn quickly, potentially confusing and hazardous for drivers and pedestrians alike.

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