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NCN route 1 west from St Andrews

Junction of routes on NCN route 1 - through St Andrews and avoiding it.

Sign towards St Andrews on NCN route 1

Narrow bridge on the Kingdom of Fife Millennium Cycle Ways

Attractive section of NCN route 1 along the River Avon (another one)

Turn left on NCN route 1 - the cycle route sign probably refers to an ACL around the corner which is blocked by parked cars.

NCN route 1 in Ceres (no, not the asteroid)

Route sign in Ceres (no, not the asteroid)

This could be a handy short-cut from Cupar to NCN route 1 towards St Andrews

Riverside route south from Cupar

Possible riverside route through Cupar

Route parallel to the A91 through Cupar - not signposted but far better for cycling.

Route avoiding the centre of Cupar

Route sign on the Kingdom of Fife Millennium Cycle Ways

Route signs on the Kingdom of Fife Millennium Cycle Ways (odd to place them point-to-point!)

Route signs on the Kingdom of Fife Millennium Cycle Ways

Route signs south of Balmerino Abbey on NCN route 777 (after taking the photo I turned the sign on the left to point back behind the camera)

Sunday cyclists on NCN route 777

Start of three miles into the headwind to Balmerino Abbey on NCN route 777

Play area on former railway, Wormit

Disused railway, Wormit - around the corner it's used by a road, which could link to a cycleway.

Junction of NCN routes 777 (west) and 1 (east/south)

NCN routes 1/777 to the Tay Bridge

Link from the Tay Bridge to Newport-on-Tay (NCN route 777 doesn't go this way, I'm not sure why)

1.4 mile central shared-use path on the Tay Bridge (downhill northbound to Dundee)

North end of the 1.4 mile central shared-use path on the Tay Bridge - there's a lift and stairs, but no ramped access.

Start of 1.4 mile central shared-use path on the Tay Bridge

Photo ID is no longer needed to pass through Dundee port on NCN route 1.

Start of NCN route 77 at the northern access to the Tay Bridge

Access to the Tay Bridge from Dundee - totally unsignposted (this is NCN route 1...)

Cyclists heading east from the Tay Bridge should go west here and U-turn - not signposted (this is NCN route 1...).

Two's company Trumpington Street, Cambridge

Absolutely perfect timing. @GoBikeGlasgow @UofGsustain @PeopleByresRoad #paintIsNotProtection

Painted cycle lanes don’t work, especially if the council just keeps turning a blind eye to those who abuse it. I tried to speak to the guy in the car and ask why he thought it was okay for him to park there, no response. @GoBikeGlasgow ... [more]

@edinhelp @ 350 Leith Walk

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The legendary hairpin bend of the Viaduct Walk Location: , St. Andrews (Scotland, United Kingdom)

The end of the on-road cycleway on Lincoln Avenue, but where next? The fresh dropped kerb across the junction suggests that it is onto the existing footway. And another corner for collecting detritus. UPDATE: A direction sign for a qu ... [more]

Spokes Cycles, Dundee - recently moved from Perth Road

Buses and bikes only (and taxis at night), Dundee

Sign to new cycle parking (a row of Sheffields in the rain, but that's ok)

Dundee Rep Theatre - no cycle parking

Dundee seems to have no money for cycle parking but plenty for strange metal sculptures - no wonder that people lock bikes to them. (That's Desperate Dan in the background, of course.)

Tesco probably paid for this bridge but didn't want to sacrifice the space for a ramp.

Cycleway beside the railway to Dundee station

Cycleway parallel to the railway, and ramp to the bridge (with only steps or a lift on the far side) to Tesco Extra, Dundee

Crossing between the new steps and bridge to Tesco Extra, Dundee

Wheeling channel - but there was plenty of space to put in ramps for wheelchairs and buggies as well as bikes

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  • Icon 106809 This is a large housing estate with no secure parking.
  • Icon 106778 8 cycles.
  • Icon 106777 Cycle parking present here.
  • Icon 106769 Fatal crash 40 year old male cyclist killed
  • Icon 106766 There is so little around this area - whenever I'm searching for somewhere to park up I always see other cyclists in the same position and many bikes locked awkwardly to random lamp-posts and signposts, which fall over and get in everyone's way.
  • Icon 106760 Many of our employees cycle to work. Others want to but there is not sufficient cycle parking provision. New cycle racks would improve the street front and help us reach our ecology goals!
  • Icon 106757 Location is the car park for Tooting Bec Lido
  • Icon 106756 A bike was stolen after a few days of overnight use.
  • Icon 106635 I am writing to ask for your assistance. I live on Ridley Road and am a cyclist. I don't have a car, but have a bike. I would like to have free bike lock-ups on the street. I find it incredibly frustrating that I could have a free car permit to park on the street (but don't own a car), but have to pay a private company to use the bike lock-up on the street. Added to this is the fact that the bike storage is full. I have read the London Borough of Newham Cycling Strategy 2017/18, and I would like to suggest that free parking is put on the road as a number of residents on the street agree that there is demand
  • Icon 106619 This is a mixed residential and commercial area, with only a single stand. There are many cyclists in the area in need of cycle parking
  • Icon 106468 There are not a lot of places to store bikes in lockers/hangars closeby and a few people in our building alone use a bike as main use of transport. Where there are lockers/hangars they are full.
  • Icon 106454 Cycle parking at SOAS, University of London. Often busy; room for over 100 bicycles, although the actual number may vary owing to changes in the number of stands and street furniture every so often. Private land owned by the University of London; public right of way and no restrictions on cycle parking.

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