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[Image taken 26.1.22] Other image today: #178207.

[Image taken 26.1.22] Rail station, York. Has the cycle rack (see: #169923) near the York Tap (https://yorktap.com/) been removed? Or just covered over during works? Will it go back in? LNER has become intolerant and unaccommodating of cycl ... [more]

[Image taken 25.1.22] Tanner Row, York. Location: #178208. Other images today: #178199 and links.

[Image taken 25.1.22] Blake Street, York. The round sign facing Duncombe Place says, No vehicles. The bollards between Blake Street and Duncombe Place are removable. But could longer designs of cycle (other those with a trailer) park here i ... [more]

[Image taken 25.1.22] Blake Street, York. This man’s cycle has permanent panniers. (That makes it a ‘York’cycle – set up for utility use.) He has a typical chap’s shape – no bum, no tum, and the widest part of him is his shoulde ... [more]

[Image taken 25.1.22] Blake Street, York. The minimum space between uprights/supports of Sheffields is 100cm. But this is too little to be practical and comfortable (see: #177859). I think 150cm should be provided within clumps of racks: #1 ... [more]

[Image taken 25.1.22] Esplanade car park, York. Where there is parking for other vehicles, there needs to be provision for cycles. This cargo cycle is a trike. It does not need a rack for support. It does need to be secured to something des ... [more]

[Image taken 25.1.22] Rail station, York. [Note: No street view at this location.] This cycle caught my eye as I pedalled passed. It was still on the top layer of the two-storey storage racks (see: #170490) but… the person approaching it ... [more]

[Image taken 25.1.22] Library Square, York. [Note: No street view at this location.] This cycle also caught my attention today: two child seats, rear panniers, and a massive basket but no e-assistance. I asked the owner to hazard how much t ... [more]

[Image taken 25.1.22] Library Square, York. What I call a ‘York’cycle ie one set up for carrying dependants/shopping in short for utility use. In addition to the child seat it has a basket. Chunky. Heavy. I noticed this was an e-cycle. ... [more]

Pedestrians on the left.... clown bicycles on right...? Or perhaps it's an ancient fertility symbol? Spotted on Wootton Way Maidenhead earlier. #cycling #activetravel 🚴 https://t.co/QS2kmPmreN

The Bike Station - repairs near Cambridge station.

The road was recently closed here for a couple of days (#177601) - but the deathtraps were not touched.

The Station Road-bound lane of Hills Road is getting worse and worse.

Broadlands Wood - Size: 0.45 ha (1.11 acres) Grid reference: SJ769911 Woodlands Trust land between Westminster Close and Chichester Close In Sale Trafford. The circular path in this wood has been blocked by a fallen tree. The fence has ... [more]

No Motor Vehicles - and a marker to show that this is no longer the GR6 hiking route.

Pilgrim bridge to Conques - open to narrow cars only.

Cycle route sign from Estaing

Cycle route sign from Estaing to the right.

Share the Road - leave 1.5 metres when overtaking cyclists

Modal filter, Chemin des Planquettes, Rodez

Link off Chemin des Planquettes, Rodez

Chemin des Planquettes, Rodez

Cycle route markers

Cycle route markers

Sign for EuroVélo 4 turning away from the coastal path

EuroVélo 4 briefly following the coast

Cycle route sign to the left - Except Cycles (Sauf Vélos) plate needed on that No Entry sign. (Google Street View shows this street as one-way in the opposite direction.)

Cycle parking near Le Gouffre - even though the paths to this point are marked No Cycling.

No Cycling to Le Gouffre

No Cycling to Le Gouffre

Route marker for EuroVélo 4 towards the centre of Tréguier

Hiking route marker by the river, Tréguier - the EuroVélo 4 cycle route is on the road to the right.

Cycle parking by the cathedral, Tréguier

No Entry except cycles, Tréguier

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[Image taken 10.10.20] No cycles sign at the new ticket office at York rail station. (See also: #165418, #165419, #173701.)

[Image taken 23.12.21.] James Street, York, in front of Lidl. The Lidl opened end of 2019. Steps (why no slope for people with buggies, wheeled shoppers, mobility scooter or wheelchair users and accompanied children on cycles/balance bikes? ... [more]

[UPDATE 26.1.22: CYC has provided a link to the update (published December 2021) Guidance on the Use of Tactile Paving Surfaces (https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1046126/guidanc ... [more]

Roads closed for remembrance at the War Memorial.

Not a lot of cycle parking at what is otherwise being greeted as Cambridge's greenest office building.

No Entry except residents and cyclists on the coastal route, EuroVélo 4

Residents and cyclists only on the coastal route, EuroVélo 4

Turn sharp right on the coastal route, EuroVélo 4 (or take the more direct asphalt road).

Turn right on the coastal route, EuroVélo 4 (or stay on the more direct asphalt road).

Turn left on EuroVélo 4, although pedestrians can stay on the coastal path.

No Entry except residents and cyclists on the coastal route, EuroVélo 4

Route sign on the coastal route, EuroVélo 4

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  • Icon 178198 Slow traffic along here - new road needs cycle path
  • Icon 178197 Slow traffic along here - new road needs cycle path
  • Icon 178196 Slow traffic along here - popular with cyclists
  • Icon 178195 Slow traffic along here - popular with cyclists
  • Icon 178194 Slow traffic along here - popular with cyclists
  • Icon 178193 Slow traffic along here - popular with cyclists
  • Icon 178192 Slow traffic along here - popular with cyclists
  • Icon 178191 Slow traffic through this 30 mph section
  • Icon 178190 Improve access to this footpath
  • Icon 178189 Slow traffic here - too fast and no pavement
  • Icon 178188 Slow traffic along this section of A384
  • Icon 178187 Cycle Lane needs to carry on to Lyngford Lane. At the moment it ends just past the bus stop. To comply with the law, you have to cross over Dorchester Road and then shortly afterwards cross back to turn up Lyngford Lane. This is a well used cycle route. It is dangerous to keep crossing the road especially as there are always cars parked along the road.

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