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Manchester Broadheath near recycling centre. a hidden bridge and path network not shown on maps. Needs showing on open data maps otherwise it may be lost.

It seems unnecessary to stop people cycling to Mont St Michel - the free shuttle buses (running every 5 to 10 minutes) could easily pass them.

There's now a fairly continuous track alongside the road to Mont St Michel

Cycle contraflow above Omaha Beach

Well-used cycle parking at the American Normady Cemetery

Entry to the American Normandy Cemetery - motor vehicles to the right, but cycles can go straight ahead.

New access from Arromanches to the coastal path, now diverted onto a farm track due to erosion

Coastal path diverted inland due to erosion - a farm track, but not great for cycling.

Marking for contraflow cycling

Cycle track by the Bayeux ring road

It seems that NCN route 47 has been rerouted here

NCN route 47 turns right according to this sign - and left according to OpenCycleMap

The Black Lion, Abergorlech - a centre for mountain biking in Brechfa Forest

Muddy Bikers Welcome at the Black Lion, Abergorlech

The Black Lion, Abergorlech - a centre for mountain biking in Brechfa Forest

No bikes - presumably a one-way trail in Brechfa Forest

Mountain bike trails in Brechfa Forest

The old A40, parallel to the modern dual-carriageway

Touring bikes in the gateway to the Bayeux Tapestry

Cycle parking by Bayeux cathedral

Cycle parking around Portsmouth's pedestrianised shopping centre

Back route from Whitland Abbey to Whitland

Signs for a cycle route that's not on OpenCycleMap yet.

The sign implies that NCN route 4 turns right into this dead-end lane.

The sign implies that NCN route 4 turns right into this dead-end lane.

NCN route 4 forks left here

Very clear - presumably dim drivers have tried to get through - but it would be nice if cyclists were allowed past.

Cyclists are welcome to cross the Llyn Brianne dam and ride around the lake, but access is a little awkward

There are lots of bridleways in Carmarthenshire, for some historical reason I suppose.

There are lots of bridleways in Carmarthenshire, for some historical reason I suppose. I don't think I'd bother taking a bike on this one.

There are lots of bridleways in Carmarthenshire, for some historical reason I suppose.

Gorgeous and almost traffic-free route over the Abergwesyn Pass into Carmarthenshire

Warning of bike theft at The Punter pub, Cambridge

Lots of promotion for Portsmouth's new cycle network

Acorn Cycles, Portsmouth

Barrier between cycle track and toucan crossing, forcing cyclists into the path of pedestrians

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Rising bollards at the American Normandy Memorial Cemetery.

We're used to short, isolated and useless sections of cycle lane - here's a similar piece of road (ok, it can be entered across the traffic-calming at the far end, but it makes a point).

Awkward chicane barrier on the cycelway leading from the Runcorn Loop cycleway to Runcorn East station.

Underpass from Portsmouth's international ferry terminal to NCN route 22

Toucan crossing, 7am in Portsmouth - cars and cyclists heading for the naval dockyard

Routes past Portsmouth's international ferry terminal - pretty busy at 7am with commuters heading towards the naval dockyard

Route from underpass to zebra crossing and the road to the international ferry terminal, Portsmouth

NCN route 22 gets a bit lost at Portsmouth international ferry terminal - there is an unsigned on-road route around the one-way system to the left.

No cycling allowed on the coastal path between Fort La Latte and Cap Fréhel

I've no idea why what seems to be a cycle stand is here on the coastal footpath

Road closure on this alternative to Veloroute 40 (which runs ahead and to the right)

Sign to Mortain on coastal Veloroute 40 (not the track beyond the puddles)

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  • Icon 90071 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 90059 No on street parking anywhere nearby. many terraced house flat conversions here, where it is physically impossible to store a bike inside... cars are given enormous amounts of space on the public highway, so how about giving 2% to cyclists?
  • Icon 90047 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 90024 At Canary Wharf station entrance opposite Montgomery Square there is really no place to leave one's personal bike, despite the fact that there is a lot of space in the area for potential racks to be placed and there is also a massive stand of Santander cycles next to station entrance. I once left my bike locked into the rail in front of station due to this absence of official parking space and got a warning ticket hanging from it upon my return - warning my bike would be removed soon unless taken away from the rail!! All this just because there seems to be absolutely no place there to lock my bike into :-( Canary Wharf is a station with massive infrastructure and commuter turnover. I think it would deserve a good quantity of conveniently placed bike racks.
  • Icon 89991 There is no cycle parking/storage on this street, which is densely populated with terraced houses (many residents do not have gardens in which to store their bikes)
  • Icon 89927 There is no bike parking on this road.
  • Icon 89924 Cycle parking needed here.
  • Icon 89923 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 89891 would be great to have some cycle storage in the hornsey/ crouch end area perhaps at hornsey station
  • Icon 89867 The crossing island is too small for a cycle to stop. You must cross the road in one go
  • Icon 89864 By the entrance to the tennis courts
  • Icon 89863 The railings are full of bikes from Parkside school every weekday morning.

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