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Abandoned lock tags added by Cambridge City Council. To avoid the locks being cut and taken away the owner should remove the tags by the given date.

Abandoned bike Reported at: Tyres flat and covered in cobwebs, but otherwise looks all there.

Abandoned bikes clog up the racks and get moved into awkward looking arrangements by others tyring to park their bikes.

Problems caused by abandoned bikes on racks where there is a high demand. The stickered bike and the blue bike have been unused for several weeks and have very low pressure in their tyres. The blue one was reported a month ago but the ta ... [more]

Another bike abandoned on the racks outside our house. I have turned it upside down and reported it at: The reference is WF-NVMQVBKP

Bike reported as abandoned: WF-JPCDGSXV Black Ridgeback Velocity with orange bag on seat and Kryptonite lock.

Bike reported as abandoned, ref: WF-WGWTHJDL

Sign for an abandoned cycle lock on the railings opposite St John's College, Cambridge.

Hopefully this annoying abandoned bike will be gone soon now that it has been tagged. It has been on these racks for several years and despite several reportings in that time has remained for one reason or another. Update 14 Jan: Hurray ... [more]

Racks overflowing with bikes, early September 2021

Messy bike parking - the white bike looks like it has been used once and has been abandoned on these racks for about three weeks. For more info see: Page 22

When I think that a bike left for weeks at these racks has been abandoned then I turn it upside down. This was a Raleigh Chiltern, worth around £70:

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

Bikes dumped outside a neighbours house after the council ignored my abandoned bike reports for months. Note also in the background: motor vehicles parked across the footway and bins causing obstruction.

End of May 2019: This abandoned bike is still there in the CyclePoint see ... #102763

One of the bikes I turned upside down in September last year is still there at the end of March, see #102763

Five months after I upturned that Raleigh bike it's still there, see #102763.

These two upside down bikes are still there just on the left at the top of the ramps after at least 29 days - see #102763.

See #102763. The bikes do now have tags that were added on the 15th saying they're going to be removed on the 31st.

Plans afoot to remove abandoned bikes like those at #102763.

CyclePoint I turned these bikes upside down about a month ago (September 2018) because I'd noticed they'd been missing a wheel on a few previous visits. They're still there! But there are plans to clean them out according to signs that a ... [more]

A couple of abandoned bikes on these otherwise excellent racks.

Two apparently dumped bikes that have been there for a few days. Certainly not in safe rideable condition and which have been reported to the city council abandoned bike service.

Perhaps this bike has been stolen then abandoned. The tape has the word 'envirocrime'!

Cyclists getting past a car (X979 AHT) seemingly abandoned across the Barton Road cycle track.

Abandoned cycle. This bike appeared here on a Sunday morning. I instantly recognized it as an abandoned bike - rear brakes sprung open, loose brake cables, bent mudguard stays, strange yellow paint on part of the front wheel. I reposi ... [more]

Who owns this bike? This seems like the latest in a constant series of initiatives to clear away abandoned bikes.

I put the tyre back on and wheeled it home after talking to some nearby gardeners about how long it'd been there.

The typical fate of the stolen bike.

An abandoned cycle, still there at 5pm the same day.

Abandoned bike at Reality Checkpoint.

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