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abandoned unused and unusable locked bikes block access to this Sheffield bike stand

An unusual rectangular sign for a line-segregated footway, stuck in the middle of said footway. The markings ahead go onto the (eastbound) carriageway, while the sign ahead has cycles on the opposite side to the pedestrians compared to this ... [more]

An unusual rectangular sign depicting a line-segregated footway.

Cyclists to join the triple lane carriageway of Wakefield Road.

Two more crossings to get to Wakefield Road... #110662

An unusual sign for a line-segregated footway. The cycle route crosses four crossings to get to Wakefield Road... #110661 Some of the toucan crossings do not have call boxes on both the left and right hand sides of the crossing.

No cycling down the stairs, or elsewhere in the privately managed facility.

The cycle lane that started in #110656 comes to an end, and the route to Wakefield Road (to the right) goes onto the footway to cross with the pedestrians... #110660

Widened shared use cycleway.

A road with 4 then 5 driving lanes and a painted cycle lane, with an overhead gantry sign. Must be suitable for cycling... #110658

Imperial War Museum, 10 miles from Cambridge.

Riverside walk junction with Duke Street

Riverside walk junction with Duke Street

A cycle sign reading "Wakefield Road (use nearside lane)". Let's have a look... #110656

Riverside walk junction with Duke Street

Gate feature at this edge of Whittlesford.

Riverside walk

Riverside walk

Much wider and smoother path than when I was last here, months ago.

A split toucan crossing across Bridge Street, with a narrow caged central island. But let's look at that blue sign up ahead... #110652

Riverside Walk

This improved path is known locally as the cinder track.

An unmarked crossing in Northampton. Notice the flat bricks, presumably to help mobility scooter users.

Racks outside a supermarket in Northampton.

Racks outside the coop in Northampton.

Charles Bradlaugh Statue, Northampton Founder of the National Secular society according to: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Bradlaugh

Racks next to the bus station in Northampton.

Northampton

Northampton

Contraflow cycling in Northampton.

Route from Northampton Station into town.

Cycle counter in Northampton.

Abandoned city bike racks at Northampton Station.

Racks at Northampton Station.

Double decker / two tier racks at Northampton Station. I think they’ve been placed too close together as the fully extended rack illustrates.

How to use the double tiered racks at Northampton Station.

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Double decker / two-tier racks at Northampton Station.

Racks at Northampton Station.

Double decker / two tiered racks at Northampton Station.

Cycle parking crisis at Whittlesford “Parkway” Station.

A few racks at Coleshill Parkway station.

One of the many cycle hire docking stations around Liverpool city centre.

Bike hire docking station near the Liver Building

Another bike hire docking station on the waterfront in Liverpool, near the ferry terminals.

Hire bikes at Derby Square.

Hire bikes near a sprawling TJ Hughes store.

Bike hire docking station in Canterbury Street. The rear light is damaged on the bike nearest the camera, and the seat twisted around on the next.

Citybike hire docking station at the University of Liverpool

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  • Icon 110666 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 110423 Residents on this estate have been struggling to find space to lock up their bikes. We have received letters from Southwark Council asking us to remove bikes from communal areas in our building because these are a hazard, but so far no alternative provision has been offered. A simple rail tucked behind the staircase in our courtyard between Cavour and Suffield House would be really appreciated.
  • Icon 110373 There is nowhere safe and secure to park a bike in this area. I suggest Kensal Rise station and Kensal Green station as a minimum. There could also be secure parking spaces at the end of the residential streets for all the people who live in flats and have no space.
  • Icon 110350 On a pedestrianised part of road.
  • Icon 110338 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 110324 Secure cycle storage needed for residents on the street as there have been some attempted robberies when chained to railings.
  • Icon 110311 Covered bike rack at zoology entrance University of Tasmania
  • Icon 110310 Covered bike rack at zoology entrance University of Tasmania
  • Icon 110056 I would suggest at least one or two hangars as this seems to be a completely dead zone on the Hangar map with CycleHoop!
  • Icon 110044 Just inside park, to left of entrance.
  • Icon 110043 There is currently no bike parking at this station Bikes are having to be chained on road fences and often are cut off by council
  • Icon 110030 No through road for cars so a very quiet residential road which regularly has vacant parking bays to put a Cyclehoop BikeHangar in for 6 bikes Pedestrian access through from Chamberlayne Road so would be useful to cyclists in a number of neighbouring roads. Would encourage cycling as many do not have space to keep a bike and would encourage more cycling.

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